BROUGHT BACK: M/Group’s Heirloom is getting ready for the first residents to move in.

More M/Group heritage after Heirloom revival

The paint is hardly dry on the final touches to M/Group’s $130 million restoration of Fremantle's historic Dalgety Woolstores, but managing director Lloyd Clark is already on the lookout for his next statement project.

The first residents will move into the building now known as Heirloom in January, with the former Fort Knox storage warehouse having been restored to become 183 New York loft-style apartments.

Mr Clark said one of the biggest challenges for the project team, which included award-winning architect Dominic Snellgrove from Cameron Chisolm Nicol and private equity group Sirona Capital, was adapting a building that was built 100 years ago for industrial use to house residential apartments.


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