The interplay between sustainability and smart-home technology looks like it’s starting to sell homes. At a tour of a smart-tech enabled and sustainability focused residential development, The Burcham, in Rosebery in Sydney’s inner city on Tuesday, Clipsal by Schneider Electric smart space director Ben Green said home buyers were starting to recognise the value of smart systems as a way to save both money and the planet.Read More
From keyless entry to electric vehicle charging bays, home living is set to change forever as residential developers take advantage of new technologies to create the ultimate smart apartments.Watch Video
A heritage listed former chewing gum factory that is being born again as a “sustainable” inner-city Sydney apartment complex will use solar PV and behind the meter technology to supply residents with power at a cost of up to one-fifth below the retail market.
The project, which is now under construction by Stable Group in Rosebery, is one among a rapidly growing number of new and retrofitted residential developments in Australia to include cheap, clean and locally generated energy as matter of course – in this case, from a 54kW solar array on the apartment building’s roof.Read more
Stable Group is about to take its smart-living residential development The Burcham, set on the site of the original Wrigley Chewing Gum factory in Sydney’s inner south, to the next level, offering residents electricity 20 per cent cheaper than market rates.
Stable is building wiring and meters into the new buildings at 6-8 Crewe Place, Rosebery, to create an embedded network for the owners’ corporation called Burcham Energy. Just like an energy retailer, the owners’ corporation will own the licence to acquire energy from the wholesale market and on-sell it to tenants.Read more
Thanks to a rapidly emerging design trend incorporating a plethora of advanced lifestyle technologies, the once humble unit or townhouse can now offer an experience that channels science fiction rather than urban norm.
Electric vehicle charging bays, biometric apartment access and smart meter technology are just an example of the innovations currently making their way into exciting new residential developments both here and abroad. Notable for their emphasis on enabling sustainable lifestyles, such inclusions allow residents to control living costs and reduce their carbon footprints. Then there’s the simple, inescapable fun of living in a responsive and interactive space.Read more
Where once everyone liked to have a neat border between home and garden, now the latest buzzword in home design is “transterior” – where there’s an utterly seamless segue from one to the other.
“It’s all about bringing the indoors outside, and the outdoors in,” says award-winning landscape gardener and TV star Jamie Durie. “We want a much more symbiotic outcome, where buildings are more sympathetic to the landscape outside, and vice versa.Read more
Only a few apartments remain in Stable Group’s Rosebery development, The Burcham.
The development has taken sustainable living to the next level. Including eco technologies, the project aims to make living greener and more economical for residents.
‘Burcham Energy’ is one such solution, the ‘Embedded Electricity Network’ will supply energy via a single ‘gate’ meter, allowing residents to purchase energy at a reduced cost of up to 20 per cent less than market’s lowest retail cost.Read more
Sydney’s property market continued to show its interest in a greener future as Stable Group’s Rosebery project, The Burcham, reached final selling stages on the back of its unique and world-class approach to sustainable living.
Stable Group declared The Burcham represented world-class innovation in greener and more economical living for residents with the creation of new eco technologies like The Burcham’s new ‘Burcham Energy’ solution.
The ‘solution’ is an embedded electricity network that supplies energy through a single ‘gate’ meter to the entire building, providing a way for residents to purchase energy at a reduced cost – up to 20% below the market’s lowest retail cost.Read more
Chicago, 1910. Industry is booming, vice is rife and an unidentified assassin known as “Shotgun Man” is terrorising Little Italy. It’s also the year that leading Sydney architect John Burcham Clamp visits the city to investigate the latest architectural trends and construction techniques.
What he learns on that trip he puts to use designing a Wrigley’s Chewing Gum factory for the inner-east suburb of Rosebery. The heritage listed building is once again in construction mode as developer Stable Properties transforms the site into 99 apartments.Read more
Stable Group will incorporate a solar-powered internal electricity network designed to substantially reduce strata fees in its re-development of the old Wrigley Chewing Gum factory in Rosebery. ‘The Burcham’ will become an iconic mixed residential/retail complex.
Centrepiece of “The Burcham” – named after the original architectural firm that designed the Wrigleys building in 1918 – will be the retention by Stable of the heritage-listed structure to be extensively renovated and converted to 44 residential apartments. The project will also include two new apartment buildings (one 4 storeys, the other 5) either side of the original building taking the total number of apartments to 99, plus a ground floor retail/commercial unit.Read more