Old dairy makes way for $34m city village

THE familiar Brownes Dairy in Charles Street, North Perth, has been demolished to make way for a $34 million village-style concept for this conveniently located inner city area.

The Village North Perth will offer a range of living styles once complete.

The 27,500 square metre site, by size alone is allowing the developers, Commercial Projects Pty Ltd, the opportunity to create lifestyle elements that property purchasers are expecting.

The project development will comprise three stages. Albert Park Mews, the first stage, commenced construction in March.

The Town of Vincent has approved the first stage development involving three green titled houses, l0 survey strata cottages and seven strata-titled terraces and apartments.

The market has been keen to react to the variation provided and 85 per cent of the project has been sold since December 1998.

Architecturally designed homes by Meyer Shircore offer a number of different styles in both federation and contemporary design.

With names such as York, Denmark and Karridale the cottages should have wide appeal.

Concept Property Group director Greg Caird said stage one had proved to be most popular with 17 of the 20 cottages and apartments sold prior to any formal marketing.

“Purchasers are keen to secure a new home which is so close to the city,” Mr Caird said.

“The development guidelines give them security in the type of properties that are going to be built around them.”

The development will be fully coordinated, with landscaping linking various themes and architecturally designed houses, terraces and apartments featuring security, privacy and individuality.

A proposal has been mooted for a conveniently located shopping complex to be established within The Village.

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