M-City stage 2 launched and available for purchase

M-City stage 2 has launched with 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments now available to buy.

M-City stage 1 was popular and bought by local owner-occupiers and investors with demand driven by proximity to Monash University, the nearby IKEA homemaker centre, views to the CBD and Dandenongs, as well as the 24-hour lifestyle amenities that will be built as part of the master-planned development.

M3, as the second stage has been christened, is of a similar size to the first stage and includes 182 apartments.  The bulk of the tower is configured for 2 bedroom apartments; there are also 41 single bedroom and 10 three bedroom apartments in the mix, with different sizes to suit all budgets.

M-City precinct overview

Located at the southern end of the Monash National Employment Cluster on the corner of Blackburn Road and Dandenong Road, the development is a short walk away from Monash University and all the medical, advanced manufacturing and scientific employment precincts contained within the cluster.

The overall master plan will see a transition from light-industrial/strip retail to truly mixed-use with a commercial tower, multiple residential towers, a low-rise residential component, an international hotel as well as high-profile supermarket and other retail tenants contained within the precinct.  The commercial and hotel components of M-City will front Dandenong Road.

M-City resort-style pool

Residents will have access to M-City's state-of-the-art fitness centre, tennis court, resort-style pool, medical suite, pharmacy and childcare facility.

Woolworths, Kmart and a cinema are set to anchor the retail & entertainment space with a further 60 speciality spaces planned which will include multiple retail, dining and entertainment options.

The intersection of Wellington Road and Blackburn Road - a short 300m walk from the residences - has the premium 703 and 900 smart bus routes as well as the local 631 route stop here which will connect residents with Clayton, Huntingdale & Oakleigh stations as well as Chadstone shopping centre.

M-City living areas

Priced with first home buyers in mind, 1 bedroom apartments start at $361,000, 2 bedroom apartments start at $472,000 whilst 3 bedroom apartments start at $616,200.

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