If you're buying your first off the plan apartment in Melbourne here's a list of things you should check off. You can thank us later on this one. I wish I had this before I moved into my first place, so obvious yet so needed.
We know how much Brunswick East locals appreciate great coffee and we’ve covered plenty of the best cafes in Brunswick East and wider Brunswick in previous blogs but we didn’t want to just share our opinion, we wanted to ask Brunswick East locals where they love to get their morning joe.
Brunswick has always been a magnet for people that are looking to live out their dreams. This started back in the Gold Rush era and is whilst there is no gold rush, that mindset is still prevalent today.
Those that live in Brunswick East are known for having a higher level of understanding to sustainability and deeper care for the environment. As a by-product of that, there are a lot of those who choose to cycle. We thank you for that.
Those of us who live in Brunswick know that music is the heart and soul of our suburb. Brunswick boasts some of Melbourne's best music venues and hosts some of the best local and international gigs each and every week.
When you don't have to travel as far, it means less car time and if what you buy is made locally there are fewer carbon miles on products you purchase.
East Brunswick is home to some of the best artists Melbourne has to offer. Ahead of our upcoming 'Conversations' evenings which will be staged in the EBV display suite, we're highlighting the art and creativity of the artists we are working with, whose work we have implemented at each level of EBV.
For those of you planning to make the move to this great city, we wanted to throw together a list of the Pros (and cons) of living in here.
At EBV we are extremely lucky to be working with the team at JAM Architects on this project.
We love the many small locally owned stores in Brunswick East, here is just a few of our favourites that you should visit.