”Comprising a gym, 6 levels of apartments and 3 basement levels of automated carpark accessed via a car lift, this project is set to become an exemplar of inner city urban re-development at Hampton, one of Melbourne's designated high density activity centres.
The building form steps away from its lower level podiums to create a narrower sculpted upper form oriented to maximize bay views. A communal terrace occupies part of the podium level.
While typical apartment developments in Melbourne currently comprise investors and renters, the Anchorage will be occupied almost entirely by owners,
Rather than dividing the building into small 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, the developer has chosen to create much larger 3 and 4 bedroom apartments with all the amenity expected of an urban home typical of Europe.”
Painting and rendering of interior and exterior. All internals including basement (line marking, floor sealer), apartments, common areas.
External areas include soffits, external walls with anti-graffiti on ground level, timber claddings, and canopy structural steel, with rendering.