Newport Village contributes to a more sustainable future in Melbourne’s inner-west

Boasting 273 residences in one, two and three-bedroom configurations, Newport Village is a connected community with unbeatable local amenity and connectivity

Newport Village contributes to a more sustainable future in Melbourne’s inner-west
Newport Village, South Kingsville. Image: Supplied

Newport Village is the latest collaboration between developer Land Real and SJB Architects, leading the shift towards sustainable design in Melbourne.

Boasting 273 residences in one, two and three-bedroom configurations, Newport Village is a connected community with unbeatable local amenity and connectivity.

Land Real hopes to leave a positive impact on the future, with features to lower energy use and offset building emissions.

The apartment is part of one of the largest single residential solar systems in Victoria with a system size of >200kWp.

Other environmentally-conscious design elements include high water efficiency fittings and fixtures and best-practice waste management.

“A happy and healthy community starts here,” the project marketing reads.

Newport Village includes its own green spaces, including a central park, landscaped rooftop terraces and a range of private courtyards so that residents can enjoy time outside with family and friends.

Away from the bustle of the Melbourne CBD, each residence has been thoughtfully designed to maximise space, light and liveability.

Offering views of the park, considered spaces and intelligent design, Newport delivers a timeless aesthetic and practical living.

Located in the coveted urban pocket of South Kingswood, residents can enjoy markets, boutique shopping, bayside parks and an eclectic urban energy.

One-bedroom apartments in the project start from $435,000, while two-bedroom apartments are listed from $575,000.

Newport Village is expected to reach completion late next year.

Max Kwok

Max Kwok

Max Kwok is a staff contributor at urban.com.au. Based in Sydney, Max has previously worked at Property Observer where he specialised in content creation and editorial research.

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