A fourteen-story concrete and brick laden complex with basement parking and ground level retail, Mutual Apartments was built and subdivided in 2006. The Mutual Store building at 9 Degraves Street was designed by Reed Smart & Tappin in the Queen Anne Revival style and built by McConnell & McIntosh in 1891.
Melbourne is known and loved for its eccentric network of beautiful laneways and Degraves Street is the pick of the bunch. Located right in its heart opposite Flinders Station, this bustling laneway is filled with cafes and restaurants with tables and umbrellas spilling out into the city.
Name of Architect: Clarke Hopkins Architects
Name of Builder: Abigroup Pty Ltd
Name of Developer: Baycrown Pty Ltd
Date of build completion: 2006
Location of building: 1-15 Degraves St Melbourne
Key feature: On site Building Management, Enhanced security.
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