The completed restoration works by M/Group of the original S.E.C Building and former Western Power’s Energy Museum at the Fremantle Substation site in Parry Street, is another example of how M/Group has worked effectively with the City of Fremantle and State Heritage Council to support the integration of valuable heritage fabric into contemporary urban living.
The property, which sits adjacent to a boutique Match apartment development that overlooks parkland at its rear, has been released for sale under an Expression of Interest (EOI) campaign; opening the door for a range of potential uses.
Mr Lloyd Clark, Managing Director of M/Group, said the apartments on this site are already 35% sold, and the renewed heritage building will be on a separate green title. He said the opportunity to build a business on this site comes with inherent character and is surrounded by an established and new residential community.
“The planned apartment building, M/27 by Match, will be home to 40 boutique apartments and is due to commence construction in late 2018,” he said.
“The opportunity to take ownership of the building certainly opens the door for a ‘Bread in Common’ type food and beverage venue, although could as easily be adapted for boutique office space. The purpose of our work on this site is to, perhaps ironically, create new energy. It is a great opportunity for a potential proprietor in a great location.”
Match, which is part of M/Group, is the company behind the highly celebrated Heirloom by Match heritage renewal and is currently in the construction phase of the M/28 by Match boutique apartments in South Terrace.
The company prides itself on introducing design-focused apartment product that enhances the streetscape and activates living space in strategic locations.
The heritage works on the heritage building, undertaken by M/Group’s building division M/Construction, have included the restoration of existing brickwork, refurbishment of metal window frames and the restoration of existing large timber sliding doors.
The sale of the building is being managed by Knight Frank and more information can be obtained by contacting James Baker on 0418 912 007.
For more information on the limited number of parkside M/27 Apartments by Match, visit m27apartments.com or contact 0432 660 066.
M/25 by Match – Construction Update – March 2018Read more
In this video update for M/25 by Match witness M/Construction completing the GF columns plus preparation of the level 1 suspended slab including pouring formwork and services. Also shown is the installation of the loadbearing block walls between the upper and lower carparks. Level 1 also shows brickwork commencing to all first floor apartments. Find out more about M/25 Apartments here: www.m25apartments.com
Form by Match – Construction Update – March 2018Read more
In this video update for Form by Match witness M/Construction completing the external cladding to level 5, including external brickwork, cladding, roof flashings, soffit linings, painting and texture coating. Internal works to level 5 wall and ceiling lining has been completed with internal fitouts to now commence. Find out more about Form Apartments here: www.formbymatch.com.au
M/25 by Match – Construction Update – December 2017Read more
In our first video update for M/25 by Match witness M/Construction installing the full height precast panels to the eastern boundary whilst you can see that other works are already completed including underground stormwater, brickwork and slabs to the commercial tenancies and the ground floor carpark slab is underway. The video also showcases the views toward the city that will be able to be seen from the south-east facing third floor apartments. Find out more about M/25 Apartments here www.m25apartments.com.
NEW FREMANTLE APARTMENTS BRING PARKLAND TO THE DOORSTEPRead more
Boutique apartment company, Match, has introduced a new project that offers a parkside location, with easy access to the energy of Fremantle.
M/27 by Match is located amidst the heritage precinct of Fremantle’s eastern corridor in Parry Street. It is a boutique apartment complex of just 40 one, two and three bedroom apartments on a site adjacent to parklands and surrounded by authentic heritage fabric.
Mr Lloyd Clark, Managing Director of M/Group, the parent company of Match, said the project brings lifestyle options to the doorstep of its residents in a classic Fremantle fashion.
“The opportunity to live in M/27 by Match is unique proposition for Fremantle. It is located beside parklands, which is rare in the booming City, but will also be a hub of activity when the remaining heritage building is given a new life as a boutique eatery and meeting place,” he said.
“This is a beautiful location set amongst an intensely character-filled environment. The north-east facing apartments offer views over the large reserve, and others overlook the heritage fabric and Fremantle vista. All within a short walk to the Port City’s famous cappuccino and entertainment strip.”
The M/27 by Match apartment project was designed by the award-winning Cameron Chisholm Nicol (CCN) Architects, the architectural talent behind Match’s neighbouring and highly celebrated Heirloom by Match rejuvenation of the Dalgety Wool Stores.
The apartment design has been consciously restrained to integrate into the environment. The apartments are neatly tucked in at the rear of the property and are accessible by a private landscaped laneway.
“Match jumped at another opportunity to create boutique apartments in Fremantle. It is an incredibly special place and requires a careful balance of modern and contemporary design to enhance what already exists in the streetscapes,” Mr Clark continued.
“The unique nature of the project represents limited supply and good capital potential in an environment that is earmarked for growth. These apartments will give residents the opportunity to live centrally in a quintessentially urbane environment, but also have direct access to open space in a private, boutique environment.”
Match is part of the M/Group of companies, an organisation that specialises in the identification and development of niche development opportunities across the State, and is responsible for helping to revitalise environments such as Mount Lawley, South Fremantle and Maylands.
The City of Fremantle has earmarked the project area as a key pathway for expansion into its eastern gateway. Fremantle is currently receiving a $1.3billion injection of public and private investment.
Apartments at M/27 by Match are priced from $390,000 for one-bedroom and from $490,000 for two-bedroom apartments and from $850,000 for 3 bedroom parkside apartments. Construction is being undertaken by M/Group’s building company, M/Construction, and is anticipated for completion late 2019.
For more information visit m27apartments.com or contact 0432 660 066.
Form by Match – Construction Update – Late November 2017Read more
In our latest construction video update on Form by Match, you can see the roof sheeting installation has commenced as well as the roof plumbing and box gutter. Internally tiling is underway and is completed on levels 1, 2 and 3 with the cabinets starting to be fitted to level 3. Externally, the bricklaying is being undertaken to the gable end wall.
The unprecedented sale of off-the-plan home sites in Stage 1 of Secret Harbour’s ‘Hamelin Park’ estate has accelerated the land development program, bringing forward the release of Stage 2 to as early as June 2017.
Hamelin Park is located within the established beachside suburb of Secret Harbour. It is walking distance to shops, two minutes to the beach, seven minutes to public transport and 45 minutes commuting time to Perth.
The company behind the estate is M/Land, and Director, Mr John Wroth, said the sheer pace of land sales has been a welcome surprise for the company, with the majority of buyers already being familiar with the area and the value the land represents.
“We deliberately positioned and priced this land to appeal to first home buyers or people looking for affordable properties. This kind of offer has not been available in Secret Harbour for some time and, as this is the last remaining land to be developed in the area, it is unlikely to be repeated,” he said.
“Most of our buyers have been looking to upgrade or move from the rental market, without having to leave the area. The acceleration of the development program has meant that Stage 1 buyers will now receive land titles as early as this month, and Stage 2 titles by the end of the year.”
Secret Harbour was identified by M/Land as a sought after coastal village with an established community of over 10,000 people. The area has schools, major regional shopping centre, health services and transport links, as well as an award winning golf course, newly refurbished surf club and a shopping centre, which is undergoing a $53 million transformation to include Aldi and Coles and specialty shops.
“The new shopping centre is expected to generate around 250 new jobs in addition to those at the existing Woolworths. These kind of local employment opportunities are almost unheard of within new land developments,” Mr Wroth continued.
“There’s no doubt that first homebuyer incentives being at an all-time high and interest rates being so low has been a factor to the estate’s early success, but I believe most buyers realised how unique it is to buy into a new land estate without having to wait years for community infrastructure. We are really proud of what we have been able to deliver to new property owners.”
M/Land is part of the M/Group of companies, an organisation that specialises in the identification and development of niche development opportunities across the State, and is responsible for helping to revitalise environments such as Mount Lawley, South Fremantle and Maylands.
Hamelin Park is the last remaining strategically located parcel of land in Secret Harbour and offers home sites from $169,000 and house and land packages from $329,000, excluding the First Home Buyers grant.