Comprising a collection of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments designed by highly reputed studios Plus Architecture and Hecker Guthrie, The Residences at Glenarm Square will transform an old level crossing in Glen Iris into a stunning mixed-use residential precinct.
The residences are anchored by a 2,700 sqm site featuring 1,000 sqm of public retail and commercial spaces spread over two levels. Developer Dealcorp has crafted an expert precinct plan, the result of which will revitalise the community and act as a thoroughfare for both commuters and residences.
“Glenarm Square is an opportunity to regenerate and re-activate one of Melbourne’s most in-demand inner eastern suburbs in a specific locale where this kind of community amenity is currently lacking,” says David Kobritz, Dealcorp’s Executive Chairman.
With current home prices in the area averaging $1.5 million, purchasers have been thrilled to learn they can obtain 2 bedroom apartments for just $545,000 — complete with magnificent views.
Each home is filled with an abundance of natural light which highlights the timber flooring and elegant design elements such as detailed key drops, featured stone surfaces and crafted joinery.
Residents are sure to enjoy the stunning yet practical kitchens, where everything is placed within easy reach. From Miele gas cooktops and stainless steel ovens to chrome finished tapware and pendant lighting, this is a refined space in which to prepare meals.
Bathrooms and ensuites celebrate spatial design with large-format porcelain tiling, concealed cisterns, and contrasting tapware — combining smooth functionality with tasteful elegance.
Purchaser Fiza Errington first noticed the project earlier this year and it didn’t take long for her to make a decision to purchase an apartment at The Residences at Glenarm Square.
“It’s such a prime location for a very reasonable price,” she says.
“I’m looking forward to the commute to work being quicker, allowing for more time to enjoy recreation, the wonderful amenity in the development and surrounding the site.”
Fiza is already imagining what her life will be like living in the inner eastern suburb so close to the city.
“The new retail downstairs will make my property very convenient,” she says. “And exploring surrounding suburbs on the weekend is going to be easy with the tram, train and freeway so close by.”
Residents will also enjoy access to unique communal amenities such as a lap pool and gymnasium and yoga studio, as well as a fully-equipped business centre and private lounge and dining areas.