Arden Gardens - 111 Canning Street, North Melbourne

Arden Gardens - 111 Canning Street, North Melbourne

Arden Gardens is a new landmark development for North Melbourne - an iconic address boasting the location of the inner-city along with the luxury of a parkside location, private landscaped plaza and stunning city views.

Located just 2.5km from the CBD, Arden Gardens offers easy access to all modes of public transport, boasting more options to get around than most suburbs with multiple rail, bus and tram lines connecting it to the CBD and outer northern suburbs.

The landmark development includes its own on-site retail precinct with a brand new Woolworths, topped with a large communal garden to meet the city’s horizon. The triangular configuration of the development allows for north-facing sun to stream into homes, while sunlight floods the podium rooftop communal garden. Residents have access to two communal cinemas, a cardio gym, and a lounge room with a private kitchenette, games room, and outdoor playing space. 

Apartments on offer span from single to four bedrooms, all significantly spacious and most with two balconies. Most balcony doors include double sliding doors to open up an indoor/outdoor living environment. Prices begin from $365,000.

Drop in to our display suite located at 168 Macaulay Road, North Melbourne open 10am - 6pm, 7 days a week, or contact us on 1800 305 111 for other enquiries. 

LGA: 
Architect: 
Builder: 
Building Type: 
High-rise
Number of Buildings: 
2
Roof Height(s) - metres: 
35.57, 54.47
Floor count: 
10, 16
Amenities: 
Rooftop garden, cinema, cardio gym, communal lounge room
Project Status: 
Number of Dwellings: 
304
Site Area: 
8,156.00 square metres
Nearby Public Transport: 
402 bus, Macaulay train station, 55, 57 & 59 trams
Car Spaces: 
611

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