On the water in Footscray, Melbourne's hottest hot spot

Located on the Maribyrnong Riverfront just 4km from Melbourne's CBD, Waterfront Apartments in Footscray represents a never to be repeated opportunity to buy for investment or to live in a development which is located on the water, accessed by foot. 

Waterfront Footscray is a brand new, off the plan apartment development which has a limited selection of 51+ square metre internal area 1 bedroom apartments starting from $391,000 available to buy now before public launch through apartment register.  Register your details below to be sent floor plans and pricing. 

Residents shall enjoy direct access to Maribyrnong River and adjoining park, one of only a handful of developments in Melbourne that offer such a convenient lifestyle luxury.

With body corporate rates starting from $1964 p/a and council rates from $1262, this is 5-star hotel-level amenity including gymnasium, pool, bowling green, outdoor and indoor bar and entertaining areas for a fraction of the cost.

All apartments have a car space. 

Residents at Waterfront are a short 350m walk from Footscray train station, the Footscray market, retail amenity and new cafes and restaurants opening regularly the suburbs gentrification is very much being fast tracked.

Waterfront Apartments tick all your selection criteria boxes, affordable price, on the water and park with skyline city views and an abundance of transport, amenity and a captured rental market from the Victoria Univeristy's two campuses, we highly recommend you consider purchasing in the development.   

1 bedroom apartment interior

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