Neighbourhood shows that it’s possible to live sustainably without compromise: that your home can be sophisticated, spacious, rich in amenity and beautifully detailed, while also being 100% fossil fuel free

Architecture

Conceived by Breathe, Australia’s most awarded sustainable design firm, Neighbourhood comprises four distinct, mid-rise buildings – Garden View, Brick Lane, Fabric House and The Quarters, each with its own distinct identity.

Inspired in name, form and materiality by the multi-layered industrial history of its Brunswick East location, each building is realised as a unique address, with a unique aesthetic and unique mix of generously sized residences. Together, they form an intimate, carbon neutral precinct that encourages human connection and champions environmental stewardship.

A like-minded place, Neighbourhood will satisfy both your desire to lead a sustainable lifestyle, and your passion for sophisticated design. It is the opportunity to be part of something bigger, among a community similarly committed to environmentally responsible living.

A courtyard with four buildings

Neighbourhood has been designed around a sublime, thoughtfully crafted garden courtyard by Openwork.

(1) Garden View

Garden View is Neighbourhood’s north building. Overlooking both the tree-lined open space of Balfe Park and the precinct’s multilayered courtyard greenery, it incorporates a mix of townhouses and apartments, the majority featuring two and three-bedroom floor plans. A number of four-bedroom apartments are also available.

(2) Brick Lane

Brick Lane is Neighbourhood’s west building. Looking onto Little Miller Street, its ground level features a row of two-bedroom duplex townhouses, with the building’s upper levels home to a variety of two, three and four-bedroom floor plans.

(3) The Quarters

Neighbourhood’s south building — The Quarters — offers a variety of one, two and three-bedroom apartments, along with a selection of two and three-bedroom duplex townhouses.

(4) Fabric House

Neighbourhood’s east building, Fabric House offers a variety of one and two-bedroom apartments, with the one-bedroom residences on the ground floor also including space for a dedicated home office or study.

Interiors

The interior palettes used in each of the four buildings makes extensive use of materials that are sustainable, durable and stylish, while avoiding those that produce harmful off gases or airborne pollutants.

Featuring FSC certified timber, cork flooring, brushed nickel tapware and engineered stone benchtops and splashbacks across the four buildings, the result is contemporary homes with an authentic industrial sensibility.