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The expert team behind Bianco, Brighton share why the project is such an amazing opportunity

Market insights 10 December 2020 Read time: 4 minutes

Perfectly located in highly coveted Brighton, Bianco is a highly considered collection of residences, now selling at an incredibly achievable price point for a range of buyers. The majority of the development has already sold, and the remaining residences at Bianco Brighton won’t be available for long – as young professionals and local downsizers snap up these generously proportioned, thoughtfully designed homes.

Bianco Brighton living

Proudly developed by Damgar Property Group – in collaboration with architects Cera Stribley and sales agents Castran Gilbert, the team behind Bianco are the experts in crafting residential projects that improve the community and enhance the quality of life for every resident. Domenic Cerantonio, Managing Principal at Cera Stribley Architects, and Michael Lang, Director at Castran Gilbert, explain precisely what it is about Bianco that makes it such a rare property opportunity.

What are the key aspects of Bianco that make it unique, compared to other developments in the area? 

“Located within Melbourne’s more active bayside activity precinct, Bianco has a contemporary and crisp façade that compliments its context; referencing a neutral palette of white, and greys which echo hues found in the surrounding streetscape. The concept of the building was derived from a desire to create a sophisticated modern form that incorporates symmetry, strong rectilinear lines and simple volumes,” Mr Cerantonio explains. 

“We aimed to create a truly mixed-use development, and the concept combines commercial offices, a recreation space and residential levels seamlessly – evolving upon medium density multi-residential typologies and their capacity to provide for contemporary living requirements,” he continues.  

The interiors at Bianco respond to the architectural design concept of rectilinear lines and grid like pattern, while incorporating the organic interventions inspired by the ebb and flow of the nearby ocean. The designed team focused on the proximity to the beach to inform their artfully crafted vision for Bianco, embracing light, inviting in the sea breeze and bringing the Brighton sunshine into the apartments.

“The design concept is intended to create distinctly modern yet timeless interiors,” says Mr Cerantonio. 

Bianco Brighton kitchen

How has the location informed the design of Bianco?

“The building is a nod to classical architectural language in terms of its proportions, allowing the proposed building to sit comfortably in its streetscape, while the contemporary detailing denotes a level of modern refinement which is right at home in the discerning neighbourhood,” Mr Cerantonio explains. 

What aspects of the design will most enhance residents' quality of life? 

“Many of the apartments boast large, plant filled terraces that open up towards the west and north. These outdoor spaces become extensions of the living area and celebrate Australian living. Internally, finishes are authentic and earthy with a touch of glam striking a balance between reflectivity and warmth. Tactile finishes create intrigue and add another layer of connection to the organic materials associated with the beach.”

Does Bianco meet a need in the market that has not yet been met? 

“It most certainly does! At present, there is a plethora of apartments over $2m, and no real opportunity for anyone with a budget up to $1m, which is where Bianco fits in perfectly. Whether you are a downsizer, investor, or First Home buyer, there is something for everyone at Bianco, and as you can see by the success so far, the demand is clearly outweighing the supply,” Mr Lang says.  

Who would you say is the ideal buyer for Bianco, and why would it suit their lifestyle?

“The beauty of Bianco is that there is no ‘ideal’ buyer as such, as it really does offer an opportunity for a wide market, and with its incredibly convenient location, it would cater for any lifestyle one could imagine,” Mr Lang continues. 

Bianco Brighton terrace

Located in the thriving heart of Brighton – just 30 minutes from the Melbourne CBD – Bianco captures the best of this luxurious Bayside suburb. Surrounded by a selection of high-end retailers, cafés, healthcare facilities and multiple public transport options, it’s hard to believe that buyers can secure a home of this high level of quality and position for as little at $750,000.

Over half of the beautiful residences at Bianco have already sold - making now your final opportunity to secure one of the meticulously designed apartments. 

For more information on how you can purchase a stunning, affordable apartment at Bianco, Brighton - click here.