Palladium, Malvern East

Market Insights
8 years ago
2 minutes

In the blue chip suburb of Malvern East, the streets are wide and lined with large, leafy trees, there are plenty of beautiful parks, and the café culture is electric.

On a warm, balmy day, you can expect to find locals everywhere enjoying the beauty of the place they call home.

This atmosphere creates a sense of community unmatched in any other Melbourne suburb.

With that being said, it’s little wonder why many are busting to buy in Malvern East – it truly is the ideal lifestyle.

And with such demand to live in the area, a new, boutique development is giving buyers the opportunity to finally call it home.

‘Palladium’ has a mixture of 23 oversized one and two bedroom apartments on offer, conveniently located on Waverley Road.

Location is everything – and this development has it in spades.

There’s a tramline connecting through to the city, and it’s also close to Caulfield Station. While there are plenty of large, open parks, including Ardrie Park, Caulfield Park and Caulfield Racecourse nearby. And of course, Chadstone Shopping Centre is a short drive away.

Palladium’s design is sleek and minimalistic, as the project’s Director explains.


“The dynamic street façade is sculpted from a variety of materials and an enriching facade – punctuated by windows and deep balconies,” says Ross Brodie.

“The street frontage hovers over the ground floor as the building makes a bold statement onto Waverley Road.”

The balconies are designed to protect residents against solar heat gain, noise and the elements.

Mr Brodie says it was important to incorporate sustainable initiatives.

“Sustainable design principles are used throughout, including double glazing, gas hot water, recycled stormwater for irrigation and solar power to service common areas,” he says.

The arrangement of the apartments was strategic to maximise space, and offer a range of layouts.

“An abundance of floor-to-ceiling glazing creates an ambiance that is most desirable, providing a unique living opportunity. Ground floor apartments also come with generous private landscaped courtyards,” Mr Brodie says.

As for the interior, only the highest quality finishes were used to create a minimalistic yet elegant aesthetic.

The kitchen comes with stone benchtops, timber floorboards and European appliances, with the open-plan living space opening up to a terrace or balcony of up to 106 square metres.

This allows residents to invite the outdoors in, creating a seamless space for entertaining.

Each apartment also comes with secure car parking and additional storage.

Palladium is aimed at owner-occupiers looking to downsize, and investors seeking a quality development.

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