How One Coburg Quarter fits into Melbourne's Coburg

The thriving cosmopolitan part of inner Melbourne already boasts a number of eateries, parks and entertainment hubs, cementing itself as a place not only rich with history but also with potential for great expansion.

How One Coburg Quarter fits into Melbourne's Coburg
Coburg Quarter's views to Melbourne. Image supplied

The recently completed One Coburg Quarter is one of the most striking residential components within the landmark $1 billion masterplan by Rothelowman.

Developed by Future Estate, the building connects Melbourne’s northern hub to the future.

Its location at 11 Urquhart Street puts it within eight kilometres of the Melbourne CBD, and within walking distance of Brunswick.

The thriving cosmopolitan part of inner Melbourne already boasts a number of eateries, parks and entertainment hubs, cementing itself as a place not only rich with history but also with the potential for great expansion.

Ideally located between bustling Sydney Road and the expanses of Coburg Lake, and incorporating heritage bluestone remnants of the 19th century Pentridge buildings, Coburg Quarter will be much more than a new place to live.

Public transport is easy to find in the area, with links taking only 15-minutes to get you to the CBD. Schools and the University of Melbourne are all within close proximity to the unique space, while also being complemented by a new high street, offering a range of restaurants, cafés, bars, retailers and spaces to engage with the wider neighbourhood.

Coburg is where famous Australian musician, Tex Perkins, with leading publican Danial Caneva restored The Post Office Hotel a few years ago, with the venue now regularly packing in crowds to see gigs in the old pub and enjoy top nosh in the dining hall.

That’s just the beginning though - with the traditional Lebanese flavours of Zaatar to the Latin-American infused cuisine of True North all within a stones throw of One Coburg, there are more than enough local flavours and eateries to not only draw people to the area but to keep every foodie here well and truly satisfied.

The communal spaces within One Coburg Quarter include an indoor lounge and dining areas that open seamlessly to an outdoor rooftop terrace with landscaping, outdoor seating and a barbecue for a more private entertaining option.

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Alison Warters

Alison Warters

Alison Warters is a property journalist for Urban, based in Sydney. Alison is especially interested in the evolution of the New Build/Development space, when it comes to design innovation and sustainability.

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