It was a big week for Burbank, with Mosaic apartments taking out the top prize in the Urban Renewal category at the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) awards last Friday.
Held at Crown Palladium in Melbourne, the UDIA awards recognise excellence in building and innovation in the creation of sustainable residential communities in Victoria.
Perfectly positioned in Dandenong’s award-winning Metro Village 3175, Mosaic apartments certainly have innovation covered.
Designed by Burbank, in conjunction with acclaimed architects Peddle Thorp, Mosaic is comprised of 235 one and two-bedroom apartments built around a central landscaped courtyard, as well as three retail and three office spaces which are easily accessible on the ground floor.
These modern apartments come complete with a range of premium features including quality tiles and carpets, reconstituted stone benchtops, stainless steel European style appliances and split system air conditioning.
Residents are spoilt for choice with the Dandenong market, retail precinct and iconic Drum Theatre all just a stone’s throw away, while easy access to the freeway and public transport network is the icing on the cake at this master-planned, modern complex.
Burbank Homes managing director Jarrod Sanfilippo accepted the award on behalf of the Burbank team, who were thrilled to take out the top prize.
“Mosaic is a state-of-the-art development that’s very different to anything ever seen before in the Dandenong area. We’ve had an overwhelmingly positive response from the residents, investors and the local community, and it’s great to now be recognised by the UDIA and our industry peers”, Jarrod said.
“Mosaic has proven particularly popular with investors, as well as first home buyers, students and families looking to downsize”, he added.
“The communal courtyards and shared recreation spaces are a real point of difference, and the quality of the finishes add a premium touch to the apartments”.