B.E. Apartments puts you in the heart of a cultural hub

Market Insights
5 years ago
3 minutes

Construction has commenced on Brunswick East’s latest development, B.E. Apartments. Featuring flexible floorplans and artwork by GhostPatrol, these affordable apartments suit first homeowners and owner occupiers. With over 65% already sold, there is still a limited opportunity to own a beautifully designed residence in one of Melbourne’s most culturally exciting suburbs.


B.E. Apartments is the newest development to hit Brunswick East. Convenient, connected and comfortable, B.E. puts you at the centre of a community where new experiences lie behind every corner.

Jameson Capital has joined forces with internationally and locally renowned architects Rothelowman. Designed by the team to be premium but created to be affordable, B.E. Apartments is the perfect remedy for a busy lifestyle. Contemporary, uncluttered and sleek, these residences have clever layouts that maximise natural light. As an added bonus, homeowners have the option to combine the floorplans, creating greater flexibility.


Living spaces are enhanced by timber flooring and considered colour palettes, flowing into kitchens where stone benchtops, Paco Jaanson stainless steel sinks and premium Miele cooking appliances harmonise elegantly.

Bedrooms are appointed with comfortable finishes and plenty of concealed storage, while bathrooms are a vision of understated class with colour-keyed vanities, stylish counter top basins and walk-in showers with rain showerheads.


Incredible shared amenities include an outdoor entertaining area, movie room, gym and resident’s lounge with a fully-equipped kitchen.

Only 4km from the CBD, Brunswick East is the place to be. B.E. Apartments is perfectly placed to take advantage of the two major retail and hospitality precincts on offer in the suburb, as well as in nearby Brunswick.


On Lygon Street, discover Little Italy. Travel from Mr Wilkinson and Uncle Joe’s down to the urban winery, Noisy Ritual. When you make it to Glenlyon Road, the area becomes a food precinct with endless dining options and flavours ranging from urban to artisanal to local.

Meanwhile, within walking distance, lies Sydney Road – one of the southern hemisphere’s longest shopping strips. At one end, there is a multitude of Lebanese and Greek restaurants and retail outlets, while closer to the city there are vintage clothing stores, trendy cafés and restaurants.


Afterwards, wander down to the giant Savers where many fashionable thrifty Brunswick locals can find bargains on the racks. For dinner, there are too many options to choose from. Head to Tom Phat for Asian-fusion or The Cornish Arms for meat-free options. Locals love the authentic Vietnamese food served at Green Field.

CERES Community Environment Park is within easy walking distance. Part sustainability centre, part social enterprise, this is a hotspot for local Brunswickians. Head there to eat ethically sourced lunches or purchase seeds and recycled seed-tubs so you can start your own herb garden. Take the long way home, walking along the edge of the Merri Creek and through the expansive lawns of Phillips Reserve.


B.E. puts you at the centre of the action. With two frequently running tram lines at your doorstep and buses and trains nearby, you will have direct transport to the CBD as well as connections to trendy Northcote and Carlton.

Enquire here to view the fantastic display suite, complete with a viewing deck, located just behind the site at 14 Barkly Street Brunswick East, open for inspection Saturdays and Sundays, 12pm to 1pm.