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The latest project to be delivered by Assemble Futures, 4 Ballarat St. is located in one of Melbourne’s most socially, creatively and culturally diverse neighbourhoods.
Assemble Futures offers a more accessible pathway to owning a home, that bridges the gap between renting and buying. Assemble Futures supports you on a path toward home ownership by enabling you to move in and rent your apartment for five years, while you save to buy it. It protects you from shifts in the property market, by offering a fixed price on your home, and giving you a set target to save towards.
4 Ballarat St. is designed by Fieldwork Architects with landscapes by Rush Wright, and offers a range of accessible, high quality studio, one, two, and three bedroom apartments—all run on 100% renewable energy.
Inspired by the character, history and predominant terracotta hues of existing brickwork, apartments are accented with a warm colour palette and no-fuss design details such as terracotta tiles, hard-wearing benchtops, rich terracotta-colour kitchen feature joinery, and chrome finishing—reminiscent of those that have long appeared in local delis and cafes.
Cultivating strong connections between indoors and out, homes feature plenty of natural light and cross-flow ventilation—minimising energy usage and creating a greater sense of space. All apartments are made for long-term durability, functionality and sustainable living.
True to Brunswick’s sense of community, 4 Ballarat St. has been designed to bring people together—offering residents an enriched and connected life beyond their four walls. The ground floor featuring a multi purpose workshop, secure bike storage, parcel room and lending library to share household items with others.
A rooftop communal room is included, providing residents with a flexible, bookable studio space to host activities such as parties, yoga and community events. The rooftop is also home to additional open green space and a communal BBQ area, herb garden, shared laundry and clothes lines, with a designated dog park and wash area also included. An edible garden space also affords residents the opportunity to grow their own vegetables and harvest herbs.