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Nightingale ParkLife

Part of
The Village
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Austin Maynard Architects’ ParkLife overlooks Bulleke-bek Park to the north, freely accessible from Duckett Street at the south via a breezy walkway through the building’s ground floor. This development is one of the most sustainable in Australia with a NatHERS rating of 9.1 stars. The distinctive building exterior is clad in highly insulated white steel, with hooks, grilles and rods allowing vegetation to proliferate. Intentional communal spaces include spacious outdoor areas between apartments on each level, and a rooftop featuring a community amphitheatre with city views and productive gardens.

We acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation, the Traditional Custodians of the land upon which Nightingale ParkLife stands. We recognise their continuing connection to land, waters, and culture.

Design features

  • Fossil fuel-free
  • Average 9+ stars NatHERS rating
  • 28.8kW photovoltaic array
  • Low embodied energy materials
  • Embedded electricity network (100% GreenPower)
  • Embedded commercial-grade internet network
  • Rainwater collected for common area use and commercial tenancy toilets
  • Energy Recovery Ventilation (ERV) system
  • Energy efficient heat pump hot water system
  • Shared rooftop with veggie patches, communal laundry and ampitheatre
  • Includes two-story townhouses and Teilhaus apartments
  • Ample secure bicycle parking, close to public transport and easy access to 10+ car share vehicles at The Village

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Specs & Team

Brunswick, VIC
Part of Precinct
The Village
Apartment Mix

2 x Teilhaus
14 x 1 BR
19 x 2 BR
2 x 3 BR
2 x Commercial

Community Housing

5 homes pre-allocated to HCA

Austin Maynard Architects

Hacer Group

Project Manager


Kate Longley, Tom Ross

Meet a resident

It’s interesting how, having lived here for a few months, people are so much of the same ilk as us, that we actually feel like we’ve known them for years.

Placemaking in progress

The latest snapshots from the construction site and community meetups of
The Village