Beds Baths Car Price
1 1 0 $449,000 - $535,500
1 1 1 $583,000 - $641,500
2 1 0 $660,000 - $712,500
2 1 1 $787,500
2 2 1 $706,000 - $827,000
2 2 0 $647,000- $688,000
3 2 1 $1,242000 - $1,375,000

The Malt District: Coppins Corner

Gough Street, Cremorne Victoria 3121

From: $449,000

Introducing The Malt District

  • 2.8 Kilometers from Melbourne CBD
  • 8 Minute walk to Richmond Train Station & Light Rail
  • 900 Meters from Swan Street Shopping centre

Amenities 

*The Health Club *The Relaxation Centre *Rooftop Dining *Ground floor Retail *Retail or Office Space

The Malt District will transform a former industrial site into an important and exciting cultural asset. Many of the world’s major cities have turned their abandoned industrial areas into vibrant, creative and compelling districts like New York’s Meat Packing District. Now we have our own. A CULTURAL ICON Never mind that it was affectionately known for being a few minutes off, inner city Melbourne ran on Nylex
time for close to fifty years. The Nylex Clock, atop the Richmond malt silos, will once again tell Melbourne the time as part of a billion dollar
redevelopment of the site to be known as The Malt District. For many years the Richmond malting site has been known and loved by Melburnians as a strangely beautiful relic of old industry – a sentinel that presides over the Yarra. Caydon’s vision for the site is to thoughtfully and tactfully respect its heritage architecture, while also introducing a new set of uses that will transform the place into a remarkable destination for all of Melbourne to enjoy. The Malt District will combine modern residences, a generous public realm, boutique workspaces and retail, much of which will be built sensitively into the old buildings, giving them a new lease on life and enduring relevance to everyone in Melbourne. The Richmond malting site, home to the landmark silos and the Nylex Clock has a unique past. As Melbourne grew from a small colonial town to a wealthy Victorian city, this area became a major entertainment venue, one of the many that sprung up around the city. However it is the site’s long history of malting that has produced some of Melbourne’s most unusual landmark buildings. The industrial mix of concrete, timber, brick, glass and steel has informed and inspired the architecture and design of the new Malt District. Several of the major heritage buildings will be retained within the precinct and the colour palette incorporates the earthy yellows of barley and the deep browns and greys of factory timber and concrete. This commitment to reflecting the origins of the buildings will  transport the site’s rich past into its 21st century transformation. Discover Cremorne Tucked into a pocket between Richmond and the Yarra River, Cremorne is already a much-loved space for a significant group of young residents and forward thinking businesses. Home to a
collection of small manufacturers, makers and commercial innovators, the small suburb has remained relatively untouched, surprisingly  since it’s so close to the CBD. The mix of old and new architecture offers a charm unique to Cremorne and Caydon’s renewal of the Richmond malting site will build on the atmosphere that already exists. This compact community is blessed with an array of public transport  connections, cycle links and landscaped walking paths. Cremorne is an engaging area with its own identity. The Malt District will reflect and support the existing flavour of this emerging suburb.The Destination  A select combination of artists and makers will form much of the retail and integrate The Malt District into the established artisan presence in Cremorne. The Malt District will provide a bustling pathway for pedestrians and cyclists, landscaped to create places for leisurely off-road drifting. Guided by the aroma of coffee and freshly baked bread, people will enjoy the cafes and shopping located along the pathways.  A micro brewery with a gastro pub operating out of one of the beautiful
heritage buildings will be the ideal nod to history as will a stunning roof top bar destined to provide the best view in the city. The Building Coppins Corner delivers remarkable design that is both reflective and reflexive. The retained heritage buildings border Coppins Corner and the new laneways of The Malt District travel between them, old and new meshed into a cohesive whole. The colour, textures and
framework of the new building reflect the heritage of the site with a dynamism that brings us into the 21st century. The distinctive balconies have been directed strategically for the best views over the city, the river and the MCG, across landscaped public spaces or out to the ranges. This is an exciting building in a unique and vital part of Melbourne.  Spaces to Enjoy When residents come home to Coppins Corner, in from the action of The Malt District, there is still somewhere special to unwind and entertain guests. The textures and colours used in the
common areas reflect the heritage precinct, the rough and smooth in green leather and timber, the golds of the malt, the white in the stone. Caydon has created a new level of shared space that is exclusive, restful and refined. Rooftop Dining The astonishing views across the city make this rooftop space a remarkable place to entertain. You can also choose to simply relax and unwind by the beautiful fire place and library in the lounge area. The undercover dining area has an industrial appearance in keeping with the building’s heritage surroundings with striking brick and concrete features creating genuine character in the space. The fully equipped kitchen has an island bench that can seat up to six while snacks or a full course dinner are being prepared for the dining area. State of the art barbecue facilities
provide for more casual but still impressive entertaining, up here on the roof. The Health Club As with everything in Coppins Corner this is an elegant, beautifully designed space – it just happens to contain a fully equipped gymnasium and yoga studio. It cater to all tastes it includes a Crossfit, body suspension training area, machine and free weights and is cardio is your medicine, you can enjoy a stunning view as you train, facing out through full height windows. The Relaxation Centre What a place to soothe away any stresses of the day. The neutral
wooden décor and stately green feature colour create a natural ambience and sense of immersion into peace and pleasure. Fitted out with everything you need from a steam room, sauna and meditation room through to a massage pod you will be sure to have a place that is just right for you. Interiors More than any other building planned for the Malt District, Coppins Corner is in the right position to reflect a heritage influence. The interiors express a natural, raw industrial feel demonstrated in the exposed concrete ceilings, the colour palette and the use of stone and timber. Features of apartments:- Fully appointed kitchens with European appliances; Integrated dishwasher, soft close drawers; – Stunning wide oak floorboards; Luxurious carpet. Coppins Corner has a range of unique offerings to suit a variety of lifestyles from one bedroom apartments with innovative flexi-rooms to a number of small office/home office configurations known as SoHo’s. The Coppins Corner SoHo’s will provide two and three bedroom apartments with Retail or Office space on the ground level for those that want to work where they live. Living The apartment interiors are calm, monochromatic and subtle. All materials, colour and textures have been selected to replicate the heritage nature of this unique section of The Malt District. The dramatic, exposed concrete ceilings articulate a modern industrial character, which is expressed in refined ways throughout the interior design. Caydon pays particular attention to natural light and space and this is evident throughout all the living areas. Kitchen The kitchen design is stylishly simple with bold, expressive features. The clean lines of the stone benches and splash backs are enhanced by a recessed shelving feature of timber and Rustic Bronze mirror that wraps around the backdrop of the kitchen lit from above. It adds an elegant visual element to a very stylish room. Other touches such as the feature porcelain light fitting in the kitchens reflect the artisan nature of The Malt District. Big statements in the large apartments All 3 bedroom apartments feature industrial sized appliances including a 900mm induction cooktop with matching 900mm rangehood. They also include a modern tower configuration of a 600mm oven as well as a 600mm compact combination microwave. Bathroom The bathrooms are a remarkable example of restrained elegance and the industrial style is recalled in the striking custom Rustic Bronze tapware and the dark elements introduced into the cabinetry. As well as answering all utilitarian needs, a bathroom should be a sanctuary, a place to unwind. In recognition of this, Caydon creates full size, beautifully designed bathrooms in all apartments with full floor to ceiling tiles throughout.

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