Cremorne, home to 381 Cremorne Apartments

Established during the mid 19th century, Cremorne has maintained a varied history with the suburb progressively building an industrial reputation in turn yielding significant Melbourne landmarks such as Dimmeys and Rosella in the process. As Melburnians rediscovered their desire for inner city living during the 1990's, Cremorne was thrust into the spotlight as a highly desirable locale to work and live.

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Fast forward and today's Cremorne is a chic inner city neighbourhood which has a fascinating mix of light industrial and residential uses, where young creative industries, period homes and a burgeoning apartment market coexist within this architecturally rich enclave. Bordered by the Yarra River, Melbourne Sports Precinct, Swan and Church Streets, Cremorne now finds itself at the epicentre of all things Melbourne, as will the impending 381 Cremorne Apartments development.

With a walk score of 89 Cremorne is unique in that a 15 minute walk will encompass most of what inner Melbourne has to offer. Whether it be a stroll along the Yarra, the Southbank Arts Precinct, CBD, sporting and leisure pursuits within Melbourne Park or retail offerings of Swan Street or South Yarra, all are within walking distance from Cremorne.

There's no location better endowed with transport options such as Cremorne. 381 Cremorne Apartments is located right near the Swan St and Punt Road intersection with high-frequency tram and train services located mere seconds away. Not only are there is excellent services into and out of the CBD, but traveling to nearby urban nodes such as South Yarra, Windsor, St. Kilda East, Glenferrie and Hawthorn for employment, dining, education, cafe and nightlife is a breeze - all without a car if you so desire.

Thanks to the Punt Road location, bus route 246 connecting Cremorne with Clifton Hill and Collingwood to the North and St. Kilda and Elsternwick to the South every 10 minutes on weekdays and every 15 minutes on Sundays furthermore highlights the exceptional transport services right at 381 Cremorne's door. With The Tan, Capital City bicycle trail and numerous other open spaces providing both recreational facilities and sustainable transport corridors to nearby locations, Cremorne really does sit at the centre of all things Melbourne.

As stated previously, Urban Melbourne will continue to champion developments such as 381 Cremorne due to their superior location and exemplary design. At six levels 381 Cremorne is well proportioned to its neighbours while also carrying thoughtful design features such as ample natural light penetration and double glazed windows. These and other features all point toward a high quality development upon completion, all of which can be viewed at their onsite display suite.

A thoughtful development in the right location.

381 Cremorne Apartments @ 381 Punt Road, Cremorne

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