Top selling points of the luxury Moonee Ponds apartments, The Brass Edition

Not only is the exterior architecture drawn from suburb’s history, but the interior palette also draws inspiration from a refined industrial design philosophy

Top selling points of the luxury Moonee Ponds apartments, The Brass Edition
The Brass Edition, Moonee Ponds. Image: Empire Properties

The Brass Edition residences offer a series of 22 meticulously crafted homes in two and three-bedroom configurations that challenge the boundaries of modern design.

Urban takes a look at seven reasons why you should secure a residence in the luxury complex today.
 

1. Delivered by a Melbourne-based family business

Top selling points of the luxury Moonee Ponds apartments, The Brass Edition

Founded by Tony Masa, Melbourne-based property development company Empire Properties is a true family business.

Family-owned and operated, the company has developed a wide range of large-scale residential and community-based projects with a focus on creating highly liveable communities.

Other developments by the firm include Essendon’s Glass Street townhomes and the proposed Truganina masterplanned community, Allura Village.
 

2. Designed by an award-winning architectural practice

ClarkeHopkinsClarke is an award-winning architectural and interior design practice with 57 years’ experience.

Recognised for creating dynamic spaces and transforming Australia’s suburbs with high-quality affordable housing, ClarkeHopkinsClarke create vibrant communities.

The firm approaches each residential project as an opportunity to create people-centric places, and this can be seen in The Brass Edition.
 

3. The site is steeped in history

Pascoe Vale Road is steeped in history, with small-scale industries entering the area in the 1950s and 1960s, with firms on the road including R.K. Morgans and Dunston and Son.

Taking cues from its refined industrial heritage, the Brass Edition Residences present a series of transitions from the street and into the building.

The use of reclaimed brick, concrete and bronze cladding pays homage to the history of the site and also period homes of the area.
 

4. Ideal inner-north-west location

Now, one of Melbourne’s most liveable suburbs, Moonee Ponds fuses a friendly authenticity with a contemporary community vibe.

The property is located in the chic inner-city suburb with numerous public and lifestyle amenities, including Queens Park, an outdoor swimming pool, shopping precincts and Moonee Valley Racecourse.

Residents are spoilt for choice with an abundance of trendy eateries, wine bars and family dining experiences just a short walk from the home.

The Brass Edition offers a lifestyle choice that brings style, substance and convenience.
 

5. “An organic element to every aspect”

Top selling points of the luxury Moonee Ponds apartments, The Brass Edition

Drawing on the heritage of the streetscape, the Brass Edition’s architectural design is inspired by modern, clean lines.

“Reclaimed brickwork offers contrast against striking bronzed elements, while greenery on every level brings an organic element to every aspect”, said Empire’s Tony Masa.

Each apartment offers living areas with abundant natural light, floor-to-ceiling windows and large balconies with climbing greenery.

“Inbuilt planters and arbour framework encourage creeping and flowering vegetation making the building's footprint seamlessly blend with the surrounding environment”, the project marketing reads.
 

6. Sophisticated interior design

Top selling points of the luxury Moonee Ponds apartments, The Brass Edition

Not only is the exterior architecture drawn from the suburb’s history, but the interior palette also draws inspiration from a refined industrial design philosophy.

This can be seen in the terrazzo finishes, beautiful timbers and warm veneers curated by ClarkeHopkinsClarke.

“The introduction of darker elements such as feature shelving and brushed bronze fixtures offer a visual contrast which brings harmony and balance to each residence, creating a luxury aesthetic that flows organically throughout each area.”
 

7. Highly flexible spaces

Residents can make their new home their own at this Moonee Ponds residence, with flexible living spaces, study nooks and retreats that homebuyers can customise.

Large open-plan living areas provide opportunities to reconfigure living or dining, and study nooks can double as libraries.

The outdoor terrace provides the ideal setting for entertaining family and friends.
 

Apartments at the Brass Edition begin at $709,475 for a two-bedroom apartment, while three-bedroom residences are priced from $1,029,800

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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