- Award-winning cafés, restaurants and bars
- East Richmond Station 2 minutes away, tram on doorstep
- Walkscore© of 99; as good as it gets
- Parks, gardens and Yarra Bike Trail just moments away
Knocking on the door of Melbourne’s CBD, Richmond straddles the north-side divide forming a bustling, eclectic village. It’s a village of diverse restaurants and cafes (head out for client meetings or Friday lunch) as well as bars (perfect for after work drinks) all part of the surrounding amenity to Industry Lanes.
in high demand
- Walkscore© of 99
- 400 trains a day from Richmond
- 15 cafés within 5 minutes
- Home to 300+ creative businesses
to an industrial past
Church Street: where cultural diversity meets creative industry. Cremorne, a suburb once reserved for factories and workers’ cottages, has recut its cloth and arisen as an industrial-chic hotspot for the city’s creative class. Built on the mortar of brick, steel and concrete, business powerhouses such as Uber, Seek, MYOB, Disney, REA Group and Tesla have naturally found a home with some of Melbourne’s best restaurants and bars next door. Drawn to the area for its proximity to the city, Richmond’s historic manufacturing buildings have been repurposed into stylish, open-plan offices and co-working spaces.
Within the urban grit of Richmond are easy-access green parks, public gardens and tree-lined back streets. River trails host cyclists and joggers heading to the inner-north, and public transport users are in the epicentre of train, tram, bus and freeway networks with 400 trains a day, eight minutes’ walk away. Nice. With the MCG and Rod Laver Arena around the corner, Richmond is the first choice for sport, live music and entertainment with some of the oldest pubs in Melbourne from the late 19th century. Get set for a new work local.