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The six buildings that make up Nightingale Village have each been designed by a different award-winning architect using the social, environmental and financial sustainability principles of the Nightingale model.
Nightingale Village brings together six communities to deliver 186 apartments, as well as precinct scale transport hubs, including more than 500 bike parking spaces.
Nightingale Village is close to the CBD, multiple public transport options, as well as local schools, community groups, and parks.
This development provides high-quality housing in a desirable location that has seen significant property price increases, making it normally well out of reach of social and affordable tenants.
Housing Choices has purchased 21 dwellings across all buildings, with the remaining homes allocated to the pre-existing Nightingale purchaser list and a smaller allocation to Women’s Property Initiatives.
Tenants will comprise of people from the Victorian Housing Register who are singles, couples and families on low to very low incomes and people with a disability.
The Nightingale Village features outstanding environmentally sustainable design, a development model delivering capped investor profit margins, low running costs for tenants and a community atmosphere promoting social and economic inclusion.