East meets West in Melbourne development

A development in West Melbourne is bringing Japanese inspiration to inner city living.

The Ikebana development comprises of 248 apartments made up of 133 two-bedroom apartments and 108 one-bedroom apartments.

The two-bedroom apartments range in size from 54 to 79 square metres internally, with balconies from seven to 49 square metres, and market from $511,000 to $750,000.

The one-bedroom apartments are sized from 45 to 46 square metres internally with outdoor space of seven to 36 square metres and priced from $360,000 to $480,000.

Most apartments come with a car park, with 199 available car spaces in the development.

The Japanese inspired development will also have a rooftop common area with a teppanyaki grill, karaoke lounge, indoor/outdoor lounge, firepit and private dining areas.

Ikebana also features two VIP spa retreats, which can be booked at no cost by residents for private entertaining with their own spa, barbecue, bar and moonlight cinema.

“When you want to get away with your friends for a rooftop barbecue overlooking the CBD, you don’t necessarily want to be there with everybody else so we’ve created these two spaces that residents can book for the night and take 10 to 20 friends up there,” says developer Gurner CEO Tim Gurner.

The project is currently under construction.

East meets West in Melbourne development
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