Made St Kilda - 111 Inkerman Street, St Kilda

Made St Kilda - 111 Inkerman Street, St Kilda. Image courtesy Beller Project Marketing

A new boutique development by Vanguard Projects, Made St Kilda, is a marriage of articulate style and modern function.

Featuring 47 one and two-bedroom apartments in the heart of St Kilda, Made St Kilda is just a short stroll from the iconic St Kilda Beach, cafes and bars.

A skillful balance of light, privacy, community and security, the boutique apartments will front on to Inkerman Street and start from just $399,000.

Designed by leading architecture firm, Papapetrou Rice, Made St Kilda will feature artistic metal line-work swirling around the building's first two levels, and also make use of bronze metal panels, weathered steel and rendered concrete, its edgy facade reflecting the hip surrounds of vibrant St Kilda.

The open-plan apartments, which range from 45 SQM to 69 SQM internally, will be designed to be light and airy, with those on the upper floors enjoying sweeping views of the city and the bay. Made St Kilda will also feature a secure foyer and basement parking.

Damon Krongold, Director of Beller Project Marketing, who are looking after the development, says: “

Made is perfectly pitched to the St Kilda community as St Kilda undergoes waves of gentrification it is still very attached to it’s bohemian roots. Made will provide sophisticated and contemporary homes but with all St Kilda’s famous cultural high-lights, night -life and attractions at its doorstep.”

Situated at 111-113 Inkerman Street, Made St Kilda offers a more affordable entry point to the cosmopolitan lifestyle than many new developments in the area. Close to transport, Albert Park Lake and walking distance to famous eateries like Mr. Wolf and the Newmarket Hotel, Made St Kilda provides the ultimate opportunity to become a part of the vibrant St Kilda lifestyle.

Launching Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th September Made St Kilda is slated for completion in early 2016.

For more information please visit the website

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