Fieldwork

Introducing the Assemble Model: A new pathway to apartment buying and ownership

In response to escalating property prices and a lack of quality housing options, Make Ventures (MAKE) and Assemble have partnered to launch the Assemble Model, which aims to offer stability on rent, certainty on price, financial coaching and community services to support residents on their path to home ownership The proponents argue that the conventional off-the-plan development model is largely failing to address people’s expectations of...

On site with Wulff Projects (Part 02) : 122 Roseneath Street, Clifton Hill

Following on from Part 01 of Urban Melbourne's site tour with Adam Wulff of Wulff Projects, comes Part 02 - 122 Roseneath Street. Developed in partnership with Icon Development and Assemble Projects, the small footprint development is progressing on site at a rapid pace, and like Wulff's Newry Street project is targeting an early Q3 2018 completion date. 122 Roseneath Street upon completion. Image : Assemble Projects Roseneath Street follows a...

Milieu Property moves on Lygon Street's established apartment strip

Developer Milieu Property has stepped up in scale with their latest residential project. Specialising in small scale developments to date with a slant toward progressive urban design, the firm has now taken 121 Lygon Street on the western side of Lygon Street to planning. Larger than the developer's previous projects, the development would be inserted into an evolving Lygon Street streetscape which over recent years has seen the completion of...

Urban regeneration grips Brunswick's massive Licorice Factory site

7,000 square metres of prime yet underutilised Brunswick real estate is heading down the path of urban regeneration. 342-348 Victoria Street had for generations been the home of Australian Licorice Company. Whilst production onsite may have ceased during 1985 the operation's redundant chimney takes pride of place over the site, so much so it is considered of "historic, social, architectural and scientific importance to the State of Victoria" by...

Pirovich's daring Abbotsford CLT/Passive House building unveiled

A daring design has emerged for one of Johnston Street's premier corners. Developer Pirovich is proposing a unique 9 level building on Johnston and Nicholson Streets, complete with hanging greenery and a distinctive central staircase that may well define the design. Fieldwork have created 329 Johnston Street, which also holds secondary frontages to 236 Nicholson Street and 37 Hunter Street. The cross laminated timer (CLT) proposal would follow...