Encore’s distinctive pleated glass facade sits atop a carefully restored heritagelisted warehouse in Cremorne. With only 20 artfully appointed strata offices available, buyers have a chance to transform the way they work.

“We believe the built environments we live and work in on a daily basis have a powerful influence on our lives,” says Michael Fox from CostaFox Developments. “As we spend more time at work than we do at home, it’s vital that you work in a space which sparks your creativity and innovation while remaining aesthetically stunning.”

Encore has been designed by renowned architects, Fieldwork, with the aid of awardwinning interior design studio Mim Design.

The building comprises seven levels and a rooftop terrace with premium end-of-trip facilities. Renowned cafe operator Julien Moussi, who owns venues Bentwood, Tinker and Inglewood Coffee Roasters, will create a new restaurant/cafe on the ground floor.

Each office space has a flexible floorplate, ranging from 115 square metres up to an expansive 792 square metres. Each space has access to natural light from three sides and comes complete with premium fittings.

“Operable windows mean those who work here won’t have to rely solely on air conditioning and heating, which can help reduce utility bills,” Fox says. “Meanwhile, the inclusion of secure bike storage, change rooms, showers,
and lockers means you can easily cycle to and
from work.”

The rooftop is a sanctuary for all owners to enjoy. The area is ideal to relax in at lunchtime or to enjoy meetings in the fresh air, with stunning views of the city as the backdrop.

Encore is set to become an icon in Cremorne, Australia’s second-tightest office market. With recorded vacancy rates sitting under 4 per cent, and with rental growth of 6.8 per cent in 2018, these office spaces are an ideal investment.

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