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PROJECT SCOPE

Due North has been created for those who appreciate something special. Boasting an award-winning team, famed for their design of Melbourne’s smartest buildings and stylish venues, it will set a new benchmark for apartment living in this thriving part of town.

Internationally inspired design with a local sensibility, quality and robust materials are cleverly accented by thoughtful, imaginative details. It’s a genuine showcase of modern design and classic craftsmanship.

ADDRESS:

70 High Street, Preston, VIC 3072


DEVELOPER:

Life Inc 

 

NO. OF APARTMENTS:

97 Apartments


ARCHITECT:

DKO Architecture


INTERIOR DESIGN:

Bergman & Co

THE RESULTS

Setting a new benchmark with unique architecture and beautiful interior design, Due North promises to be something special.

Expansive rooftop deck. Stunning city views. And that pool. It’s sure to add a little ‘wow’ to your day. The geometric architecture of the exterior facade gives way to a more organic rooftop space of sweeping curves, timber decking and extensive planting. Protected dining areas, barbecues, conversation pits and ample seating creates a little oasis above the hustle and bustle below.

The star of the show — and ordinarily reserved for hotels and much larger developments — is the stunning infinity pool. Yes, it’s a touch of luxury and sophistication, but it’s also a demonstration of the development team’s commitment to create something genuinely special for residents. Put simply, it’s a step above the rest.

 

 

 

Led by a striking corner presence, the modern, progressive design will act as a beacon; a southern gateway to Preston. The daring geometric stepped facade, with a mix of open balconies, planting and swathes of glass is akin to a cluster of small homes, each with their own unique shape and character. With an eye on the future, electric car charging stations, bike spaces for each and every apartment along with a food waste composting system have been incorporated. Further to this, rooftop solar panels help reduce energy use across common areas

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