We are proud to announce that our latest project at 385 Gore Street has received its planning permit, opening the way for a new benchmark of liveability in Fitzroy.
Piccolo have continued our collaboration with renowned architecture practice Woods Bagot – The Garden House and Elwood House – and distinguished interiors team Hecker Guthrie to create a home for long-term residents who seek quality and design excellence.
The eight-storey development features a triple fronted façade looking out onto leafy neighbourhood streets. Composed of a collection of generous two and three-bedroom homes, the architecture of 385 Gore Street draws inspiration from Fitzroy’s quintessential Victorian and Edwardian terrace houses.
A stone’s throw from the lifestyle of Smith Street, this new address sits in the heart of one of Melbourne’s most enviable places to live, embracing the creativity and character of a celebrated and unique inner-city locale. 385 Gore Street will be a place where people love to live – a home that will effortlessly embrace its surrounds and contribute to the timeless appeal of Fitzroy.