The Brighton International was the site of thousands of weddings, formals and events for more than 25 years until developers splashed $20 million to turn it into apartments. Here’s a sneak peek of what life will be like inside the luxury complex.
The first design details have been revealed for The International, a high-end apartment complex on the site of former reception venue The Brighton International.
The five-storey development, a joint project by Landream and V-Leader, will offer 59 one to four-bedroom luxury suites across two buildings.
The suites will feature bay and city views, a wine cellar, multi-level basement carpark, communal lounge, corporate meeting rooms, private dining facilities and a rooftop entertaining area.
A new restaurant is also planned for Bay St as part of the $100 million plus project.
The award-winning team of architects and interior designers behind the exclusive Jackalope hotel on the Mornington Peninsula are behind the display suite, which is due to open soon.
Principal designer Sue Carr said the team had worked hard to create a “sense of place and luxury”.
“With a deep commitment to the community and streetscape, we’ve set out to create a Bayside urban sanctuary interlaid with robust greenery and landscaping,” she said.
Each resident will have access to secure individual storage in the wine cellar and a concierge service, as well as the option of booking the private dining room for up to 20 guests, complete with a back-of-house kitchen for catering.
Director of Residential Projects for CBRE in Victoria, Henry Burbury, said the display suite would offer a “fully immersive” experience for potential buyers, with sensory touchpoints and interactive technology.
“The International display suite will … (illustrate) everything they can expect from the development, from the landscaping through to the exterior and interior finishes,” he said.
To register for private pre-release display suite showings, visit theinternationalbrighton.com.au or call Mr Burbury on 0407 686 788.