208 apartments sold within first week of display opening, without any third party groups.
Guild is a mixed use development comprising 317 architecturally designed apartments in Melbourne’s Southbank, with associated parking and gymnasium facilities, as well as retail, restaurants and art spaces creating a new promenade along Sturt Street.
Timber floors and polished concrete ceilings define Guild’s spacious and modern apartments, designed to be open, functional and versatile homes.
Celebrated as the focal point of the apartments, the central kitchen with European appliances follows a sleek design with natural colours and textures, and a minimalist feel with flawless lines and a seamless finish.
A bright and spacious lounge area completes the combined cooking and living space, perfect for a busy urban lifestyle.
Guild offers outstanding facilities to residents, including cafés, restaurants and theatre space, as well as an exclusive swimming pool, gym and steam room. Complementing these are two private roof gardens offering not only an additional place to relax and enjoy beautiful panoramic views of Melbourne, but also barbequing facilities for those summer evenings and weekends entertaining.
A prime location in the heart of Melbourne’s arts precinct, Guild offers residents an unrivaled metropolitan lifestyle with top artistic and cultural attractions including the Melbourne Theatre Company, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, and the National Gallery of Victoria, at their doorstep.
Guild augments the existing art and cultural attractions of the area through its own artistic values. These include a series of exclusive ‘art-incubators’ which line the building’s main thoroughfare that is set to feature the work of new and emerging local talent, and a huge exterior work currently being selected from a list of prominent Melbourne artists.
Guild is committed to energy efficiency and has been awarded a six star rating from the National House Energy Rating Scheme. The Scheme is an official energy rating system for assessing the potential thermal comfort of Australian homes.