Molonglo Falls is set to be a major attraction in the competitive world of developments, delivering Canberra’s first apartment project explicitly designed to connect occupants to nature.
Zapari Group partnered with Cox Architecture to help create the best spaces for future Molonglo Falls owners and renters. These 1, 2 & 3-bedroom, spacious apartments are a breakaway performer from anything else in the region and the first in Molonglo Valley to offer cross-ventilation. The significant design attributes are fixated around high-quality urban outcome.
Molonglo Falls follows a futureproof design to create ongoing value to prospective buyers. The project answers to high-end apartment living predictions from biophilic design, optimising shared spaces and inclusions to make life more convenient.
Zapari Group is injecting natural vitality into the region with a project that reflects the organic landscape and aligns with the significant Government investment into the area such as the Stromlo Leisure Centre and the carbon-neutral school set to open next year.
“Our vision for Molonglo Falls was to deliver something brave and bold unique to the region that also made a positive contribution to the pristine surrounds,” Zapari Group CEO, Nick Skepev said.
“We see Canberra as a modern and sophisticated City; Molonglo Falls is designed to evolve that narrative with projects that enhance the urban fabric of our city,” he said. As Australia’s property market is on the slide, Canberra’s is on an upward trajectory, despite the pandemic. From the end of March until the end of July the Capital saw 1.3 per cent uptick in house prices, defying expectations and instilling confidence in the local market.
In a testament to the high-quality design of Molonglo Falls and Canberra’s strength in the property market, Blackshaw agent Sam Dodimead shared,
“Molonglo Falls has set the benchmark for apartment living within Molonglo Valley. This is exemplified by strong sales results across the project, including the sale of a three-bedroom apartment for $600,000 after just 12 hours on the market. I am very confident Blackshaw Projects will exceed this result very soon.”
With a skyrocketing population, uniquely positioned 13kms away from the CBD and on the backdrop of Canberra’s premiere mountain biking destination, Molonglo Valley’s appeal is no secret. Molonglo Falls is positioned to attract the higher end of the growing market with a premium designed product.
Cox Architecture, Director, Ronan Moss explains how natural elements such as air, water, landscapes and light all work together to complete a biophilic ecosystem at Molonglo Falls.
“We designed Molonglo Falls to mimic nature. The central atrium allows the apartments to open in two directions to achieve cross ventilation, improving apartment living standards. The organic shape of the building is designed with an escarpment of tearing rocks in mind, its cascade-like nature washes seamlessly into the waterfall feature and maximises the connection to sunlight,” Ronan said.