Skip to main content – Luxury Twenty-First Century Living With an Old World Soul in Rosebery

By October 21, 2015October 27th, 2015News

The Burcham in part, is a redevelopment of Rosebery’s 1918 Wrigley’s Gum factory and the name is borrowed from the original building’s architect John Burcham Clamp. The heritage-listed building is an outstanding piece of Chicago-esque architecture with a strong industrial design, which retains part of the existing structure coupled with two new residential buildings. Featuring 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments, architects Allen Jack+Cottier have created beautifully appointed residences with up to 4.0m-high voluminous ceilings.

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