Designed by award-winning architects Rothelowman, the one, two- or three-bedroom apartments sit high above the Maribyrnong River, with views of the water, local parklands, nearby Flemington Racecourse and the city skyline.
Comprising 29 apartments, each light and spacious, and feature quality appointments with floor-to ceiling windows to capture the views.
Rothelowman Director Kim Lowman, said the development’s interiors are bespoke and warm in their finishes.
“We wanted individuals to be able to imbue their own character through their artwork and furniture, to set up their own style within the apartment,” Mr Lowman said.
“Externally, Mosaica presents a striking, contemporary façade with robust forms and clean lines.”
ICG Property Director Michael Hepburn said that, as well as being sophisticated, luxurious and enduring, Mosaica has the major drawcard of an outstanding Melbourne address.
“Taking full advantage of the unique topography, the generously proportioned apartments at Mosaica possess exceptional panoramic Melbourne city, mountain or river views,” Mr Hepburn said.
“What sets Mosaica apart is its dress circle location, high on a hill opposite Pipemakers Park, with spectacular views that cannot be built out.”
Maribyrnong’s high-performing property market is being fuelled by an unprecedented demand for Melbourne key location apartments, as young professionals are attracted to locations that are rich in amenity, accessibility and liveability.
By 2031, it’s forecasted that the population of Maribyrnong will nearly double what it is today.