You can take it to the Maxx in St Kilda

Buy­ers will be at the heart of ev­ery­thing in the lap of lux­ury, writes Kamahl Cog­don

Herald Sun - Property - - Apartments -

the project will have an un­der­ground car park.

De­signed by Fender Kat­sa­lidis and CBG Ar­chi­tects, the apart­ments will have re­verse-cy­cle air­con­di­tion­ing, wiring for pay-TV and the se­cu­rity of voice con­trol and video ac­cess.

Glass splash­backs and stone bench­tops will be fea­tures in kitchens and bath­rooms.

The build­ing will oc­cupy a prime po­si­tion at the cor­ner of Alma Rd.

The beach and Mel­bourne CBD are a short tram ride away, and St Kilda’s restau­rants, cafes, bars and shops are within walk­ing dis­tance.

A range of pub­lic trans­port makes com­mut­ing a breeze, and a net­work of walk­ing and cycling tracks criss-cross­ing St Kilda adds an­other di­men­sion.

Agent Col­liers In­ter­na­tional says Maxx is per­fect for peo­ple who love St Kilda’s edgi­ness but en­joy all the com­forts of mod­ern apart­ment liv­ing.

‘‘We have re­ceived strong in­ter­est, par­tic­u­larly from the Gen-X owne­roc­cu­pier mar­ket and in­vestors,’’ Col­liers res­i­den­tial di­rec­tor Brett Grif­fith says.

‘‘This is largely due to the af­ford­able price cou­pled with the pent-up de­mand and lim­ited sup­ply in the area.’’

Construction is due to start in April. A dis­play suite is open on the site. In­spec­tions can be ar­ranged.

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