Glenarm Square introduces a vibrant, new community hub connecting Gardiner Railway Station, Shane Delia dining room, a providore, grocer, café and bar, co working spaces, gymnasium, pool and The Residences.
Step inside meticulously designed contemporary apartments finished to perfection with a light, fresh palette accentuated by European floorboards. Hecker Guthrie have invoked a duality in contrasting feature materials and a design approach that highlights elegant stone and timber detailing. Flexible living spaces allow for residents’ individuality, while adjoining zones are delineated with the use of evocative threshold details and changes in texture.
Enjoy light-filled open plan living. Step out to private terraces, perfect for a morning coffee or al fresco meals in the summer. Full height, well-considered robes and built in flexible storage options convey a generosity of space. Every room showcases meticulous attention to detail such as hidden architectural lighting to instill drama and interest. Feature chrome plated wall and pendant lighting creates a sense of fun and warmth in kitchen and dining areas. Kitchens feature Miele ovens and gas cooktops, integrated fridge freezers and honed stone benchtops in a selection of hues.
Tailor your daily routine to perfection with a sophisticated suite of exclusive spaces for residents that deliver reliable connectivity, complete convenience and flexibility suited to a contemporary lifestyle.
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Live Like a Local
Tucked away in Melbourne’s inner east, Glen Iris offers a village-like atmosphere conveniently close to the city. Abundant with plantlife, it’s hard to miss this suburb’s connection with the natural world. Sprawling over undulating hills, there’s pretty parks, leafy cycling routes and walking trails, all canopied by established trees. Attracting families and professionals young and old, you’ll find a diverse community looking for a slower pace of life with the space and cafe culture to enjoy it. Spend your weekends at the local swimming pool – topped off by a delicious meal at one of the many quirky eateries – or pack a picnic and head to gorgeous Gardiners Creek. Well-connected by train, roads and bicycle paths, you’re never too far away from the city if you need it – but you’ll probably find you never want to leave.