117-121 Chomley Street Prahran was purchased in November 2020.
At Slate House, we want to show that apartment living does not mean compromising on quality or privacy.
Going against the grain of traditional residential developments in Brighton, Sophie Whittakers, development manager at Lucent, shares how Slate House is presented as a premium, sustainable offering with a higher degree of consideration for its occupants.
Quality, sustainability and community are what defines Austin Maynard Architects’ architectural vision for Slate House. Mark Austin, co- director at Austin Maynard Architects, draws on the company’s ethos and how this is mirrored in the Brighton-based development.
Carbon neutral units proving popular.
Melbourne-based developer Lucent is branching out and taking its sustainable brand of apartments to the growing owner-occupier family and downsizer market in Brighton, 12 kilometres south east of the CBD.
Apartment living should not limit residents from accessing the benefits of solar energy, says Lucent
Melbourne’s new homes frequently fall short of ideal standards that would cut occupants’ bills, despite reaching the minimum national energy efficiency requirement.
The council permit allows for 14 apartments to be built on 1,392 square metre site.
Approval granted for Brighton’s first fossil fuel-free apartments, Slate House, which will consist of 14 residences, featuring two and three-bedroom homes.
Melbourne-based developer Lucent has received development approval from council to build Brighton’s first fossil free apartment project, due to launch next month.
Downsizer James Horton shares his experience of purchasing a Nightingale apartment and why transparency is key.
As Melbourne Design Week commences, we have compiled some of our top highlights from this month’s program that are not to be missed.
Lucent is proud to be supporting The Stewart Collective Fete, a one-day celebration of nature and neighbourhood taking place in Brunswick East.
Lucent is proud to announce that it has been named ‘New Development Player of the Year’ at the Annual REA Excellence Awards (AREAs).
Deliberative development could go a long way to replacing the more typical adversarial approach, argues Panos Miltiadou, managing director of Lucent.
Developers need to take responsibility for the exponential growth of the inner northern suburbs, argues Panos Miltiadou, managing director of Lucent.
Following the acquisition of three neighbouring homes in the quiet treelined Mimosa Road in November 2015, we are very pleased to see William complete and tenanted. Marshall White Projects successfully sold out the development in mid June 2017.
As a unique offering to the northern suburbs market, Lt. Miller has experienced unprecedented interest and resultant success in completing 100% presales.
Nightingale housing, which cuts out traditional developers and limits investor profit margin to 15 per cent, has licensed its first development to a commercial developer as it tries to work out how to expand the scale to its affordable housing model.