Volaire, West Melbourne

Market Insights
8 years ago
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A striking 10-storey apartment building on the doorstep of Melbourne's CBD and North Melbourne train station is catching the attention of an array of potential buyers and investors.

Located at 9 Dryburgh Street, West Melbourne, Volaire has been designed to exceed almost any expectation.

Developed by Cbus Property and designed by award-winning Hayball Architects, Volaire offers residents captivating panoramic views across Melbourne; an outstanding level of detail and finishes; and convenient access to transport, retail and entertainment.

Brett Griffith, Colliers International Director of Residential, said Volaire would comprise of 154 apartments, a grand entrance plaza, generous communal lounge and a garden with sweeping views. Basement car parks and storage would be accessible via security coded lifts.

“Volaire will represent the pinnacle of sleek, contemporary living in Melbourne’s inner North West, just minutes from the CBD,” Mr Griffith said. 

“Surrounded by historic redbrick warehouses and Victorian-era shopfronts, Volaire is a stone’s throw from the coveted retail hubs of North Melbourne and Carlton and just minutes from the city, major universities and hospitals. 

“Volaire soars above the adjacent heritage listed North Melbourne train station, one stop from the city loop.”


Situated 1.3km from the Melbourne CBD, the building is serviced by key bus links running regularly to the Royal Children’s and Royal Melbourne Hospitals and Melbourne University.

The iconic Errol Street retail and hospitality precinct is within walking distance and the building itself is designed to house bespoke ground floor retail for added convenience. 

Volaire’s sky podium offers residents an exclusive retreat from city life, with a 350sqm north facing landscaped deck featuring shaded alfresco dining areas and barbecue facilities, complemented by an indoor lounge complete with fireplace.

European kitchen appliances, satin chrome tapware, custom-made timber handles, Caesarstone benches, black mirrored splashbacks and built-in dining tables create a sense of subtle luxury.

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