Development next to CERES in Brunswick East has green cred

A Brunswick East project with fossil-fuel-free living at its heart has sold more than 20 per cent of its apartments in less than a week. Lucent Group managing director Panos Miltiadou said the Stewart Collective project would have an embedded energy network supplied with hydro electricity from Tasmania and no gas connections.

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Lucent’s new Brunswick East project granted DA.

Melbourne-based property developer, Lucent, has received development approval from the Victorian Civil Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) for its 269 Stewart Street multi-residential development in Brunswick East. The developer has been given the ‘go-ahead’ to build 69 new apartments across six levels, comprising 6,178 square metres of residential space, in addition to 104 square metres for an office and a 315 square metre retail tenancy. The development, to be known as The Stewart Collective, has been architecturally designed by ClarkeHopkinsClarke with interiors by Austin Maynard Architects.

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The sun shines on Brunswick East's new solar multi-residential project

Apartment living should not limit residents from accessing the benefits of solar energy, says Lucent. The first of its kind available in the area, the project - The Stewart Collective - has seen Lucent partner with Allume Energy to provide selected residences in Brunswick East a connection to a shared solar system. Approximately 20 per cent of residences will have access to Allume Energy’s SOLSHARE system which allows users to share a single solar system on their common roof. Lucent is the first boutique developer to offer the world-first technology. At a glance: - Approximately 20 per cent of residences will have access to the...

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Solar energy comes to new multi-residential project in Brunswick East

Apartment dwellers in Melbourne’s inner-north will soon be able to access the benefits of solar energy in a new Brunswick East development by Lucent. The first of its kind available in the area, the project, named The Stewart Collective, has seen Lucent partner with Allume Energy to offer selected residences a connection to a shared solar system. Approximately 20 per cent of residences will have access to Allume Energy’s SOLSHARE system which allows users to share a single solar system on their common roof. Lucent is the first boutique developer to offer the world-first technology

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