Australian Development Capital

Being born and bred in Western Australia we are passionate about Perth and Fremantle, but like many yearn for the truly cosmopolitan lifestyle that is available in cities like Melbourne and Sydney. Perth continues to evolve, but we often forget that this lifestyle is actually available to us in the West End of Fremantle. Some of our State’s best shops, restaurants, beaches, bars and public transport are all located in the immediate vicinity yet rarely does the chance arise to live in the heart of it all.
 
When the Fremantle Workers and Social Leisure Club buildings became available we were immediately attracted to it because it is somewhere we would want to live ourselves, and so the development we now present is a place we want to be. Harnessing the heritage of the location, our architects have designed a place that will itself be cosmopolitan and social – somewhere for young couples and empty-nesters alike. Large common spaces are filled with natural light, and communal rooftop garden will be a place to entertain, meet, dine, and drink on those occasions when you can’t be lured out into the excitement that is on your doorstep. Privately, there are a range of apartments and penthouses to suit all special requirements and budgets, and every one of them has been meticulously detailed by our team.
 
We encourage you to contact our selling agents at your earliest convenience and reserve an exceptional place to live.


Matthews & Scavalli Architects

As a business dealing in knowledge and ideas through to a constructed reality, Matthews & Scavalli Architects realises the necessity to listen to the requirements of our clients.

Through drawing and consultation we gain an understanding of the issues at hand and put into place the required methods and systems to address them effectively.

The Social is a result of a great collaborative working environment between all parties and is a building we are very proud to be involved with.

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Eveline Kotai

Eveline Kotai was born in 1950 and has been exhibiting regularly for over 35 years. She lives in Fremantle, Western Australia, is a member of the Art Collective WA and is also represented by Conny Dietzschold Gallery in Sydney.

Eveline was the inspiration behind the unqiue artwork on the retractable screens that will become synonymous with the building.