The Property Addict – Lean, green, luxury living: The Burcham is sustainable living of the future.

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The word ‘sustainable’ has become a major buzzword of the last few years.

In everything from food production to fashion, media and advertising have truly made green the new black. Sadly, it’s a term that has been diluted so much by commercial overuse, it’s almost lost it’s meaning.

But every now and then a commercial concept hits the market that is so innovative, so progressive, and so genuinely sustainable; we once again understand what the word means. The Burcham development in Sydney’s Rosebery is one of these concepts.

Sustainable living is an approach that strives for as little impact on the planet as possible. So how on earth can a $110 million dollar apartment complex possibly commit to being environmentally friendly? By being clever. The Burcham Rosebery is leading the way in Australian residential developments with it’s world-class solar energy system, electric car charging garage, and host of other ‘green’ features that, in years to come, will be demanded as basic features for a home.

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The Property Addict – Tech and lifestyle working – the evolution of home and work spaces

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In early 2016, it came to light that the iconic Sirius building in Sydney’s historical area of The Rocks was set for demolition. Residents and construction workers alike were up in arms, protesting the decision with passion.

Sure, it was a low-budget housing complex built in the early 80’s; squat, strange, brutalist, even described by many as downright ugly. And yet, Sirius was also part of the fabric of the Sydney skyline, one that it seemed almost unimaginable to get rid of.

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The MP Report – Construction begins on Rosebery’s “The Burcham”

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In Rosebery, Stable Properties have just commenced construction on “The Burcham”, a project with a gross value of $110 million, having achieved 70% off the plan presales.

“We are very selective with where we build and saw such a great opportunity with the adaptive reuse of the former Wrigley’s site for The Burcham.” notes Ed Horton, Principal of Stable Properties.

“Roseberry has such great quality amenity with incredibly vibrant and eclectic food offerings, so the location was one aspect, combine that with the smart technology we have integrated into the building and it really is a world class offering. We are very excited about the development as its the first of its kind.”

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The Property Addict – Sydney’s newfound passion for heritage, and why we can’t get enough

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In early 2016, it came to light that the iconic Sirius building in Sydney’s historical area of The Rocks was set for demolition. Residents and construction workers alike were up in arms, protesting the decision with passion.

Sure, it was a low-budget housing complex built in the early 80’s; squat, strange, brutalist, even described by many as downright ugly. And yet, Sirius was also part of the fabric of the Sydney skyline, one that it seemed almost unimaginable to get rid of.

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