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East Village grants access to a New-York inspired lifestyle
Created by Prince Corporation in tandem with award-winning architect studio Ewert Leaf, East Village in Prahran represents the finest in modern living.
Peter Mitrevski, managing director of Prince Corporation, says the design brief was all about timeless quality. “This flows from the exterior through to the interiors, creating a design that will be recognisable for years to come,” he says.
MILQ Apartments wins top Australian residential gong at Asia Pacific Property Awards
MILQ Apartments in North Melbourne have been announced as the winner of the The 5 Star Award for Best
Residential Development Australia, at the Asia Pacific Property Awards in Bangkok recently.
Architecturally designed and delivered by Plus Architecture and developed by Prince Developments, this boutique
apartment building in the bustling suburb of North Melbourne features 40 one and two bedroom residences.
MILQ 33 – 35 Arden Street, North Melbourne
$24.7 Million Aqueous Development Kicks Off In Port Melbourne
Work has commenced on Prince Development’s $24.7 million Aqueous residential development in Port
The apartment tower will feature five studio, 14 one-bedroom, 16 two-bedroom and six premium apartments
across six levels, and basement parking.
Construction commences on Aqueous Port Melbourne
One of Port Melbourne’s newest developments, Aqueous, is 90% sold as construction kicks off.
The $24.7 million development by Prince Developments on Nott Street will feature 41 apartments across six
levels. Architecturally designed by ROTHELOWMAN, inspiration has been drawn from the Port Melbourne area
and the inherent connection to the beach and the movement of water.
Port Melbourne Style
Over the last fifteen years, somewhat sleepy and neglected Port Melbourne has transformed itself into one of
Melbourne’s premier suburbs.
The steady infiltration of apartment living kicked off with Beacon Cove and the likes of the converted Sandridge
Bay Towers, and has shown few signs of abating ever since. In close proximity the the CBD and holding
waterfront views, the area seemed destined to become a high-end residential enclave.