A contemporary new local
Pace of Northcote is made up of one and two bedroom apartments and retail spaces on the corner of High Street and Beavers Road.
The building’s façade has an industrial aesthetic achieved by using exposed structural grid elements and metal cladding. Incorporated into the façade, descending plants and greenery provide the perfect balance to the metal exterior, bringing the building to life and creating a unique lush outlook for the apartments.
Bringing form and function together
With sleek interiors by We Are Huntly, Pace of Northcote features Whitewashed Oak floorboards that run throughout the kitchen and living space, with wool carpet in the bedrooms. Apartments have built-in or walk-in robes with mirrored sliding doors and adjustable shelving and drawers.
Design by Cera Stribley Architects, this residential project is contemporary, urban and sophisticated, but also timeless. All apartments have substantial balconies for enjoying outdoor living, dining and entertainment. These have a shutter system that can be opened to allow more light into the apartments and to show individual balconies, or closed to provide shelter and privacy.
Nothing left to the imagination
Premium fittings and finishes come with every apartment, not as an upgrade, but as standard – in keeping with the high quality you’d expect from Pace.
Bringing together contemporary design and technology, highly considered floor plans and luxurious indoor and outdoor spaces, Pace of Northcote heralds a new era in inner-city living.
A Fresh Perspective
Pace of Northcote’s responsible design brings environmentally sustainable living to the forefront. By living at Pace of Northcote, you will be making a conscious decision to leave a lighter ecological footprint.
The climbing wall of plants and greenery on the building’s façade provides additional shade and insulation to apartments, making residences more energy efficient by reducing the need for excessive heating and cooling, and thereby also improving the building’s energy rating.
More than 80% of construction waste is recycled for lower costs. Pace is leading the way with ecologically innovative practices to inform the next generation of urban design.
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