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Heirloom by Match consists of 183 warehouse apartments combining a restorative approach with a modern, progressive architectural understanding. These warehouse apartments offer owners and investors a unique, iconic and liveable slice of history. A selection of floor layouts are available including 1x1 and 2x2 spacious balcony and courtyards that overlook the expansive light-filled atrium courtyard, Beach Street as well as some with Harbour views. Construction completed in 2017.
Situated in the heart of Fremantle, the cultural hub of Western Australia, Heirloom Apartments by Match boasts being close to everything you desire. Heirloom by Match overlooks the iconic harbour and is a short stroll to the bustling activity of Fremantle Town Centre, Notre Dame University, popular swimming beaches and an abundant choice of restaurants, cafés and bars in and around Fremantle.
Match is an established and progressive design-focused apartment developer. It has built a strong following for its succession of bold and intuitive designs, raising the bar in signature apartment living since 2001.
The company has been instrumental in reinvigorating key suburbs throughout Perth along with developing landmark buildings and restoring heritage treasures. Working to a proven and distinctive formula that has endured changing market conditions, Match has delivered high quality, considered residences that have effectively helped alter the perception of apartment living.
Ultimately, Match creates beautiful spaces for the way people live today. Their developments are thoughtfully woven into the fabric of local communities because they believe that apartments people want to live in will always hold their value.
About Sirona Capital
Sirona Capital is an independent private equity investor with a background in heritage renewal projects and provided significant funding for the development of the Heirloom warehouse apartments. Sirona Capital is deeply committed to the Western Australian real estate sector having invested in a variety of development opportunities, including the transformational redevelopment of Kings Square in Fremantle.
As the City’s biggest private developer and investor, our continuing affinity and growing real estate portfolio in Fremantle is a natural fit with the Heirloom warehouse apartments project.
Match & Sirona
Working together to deliver an iconic building.
Cameron Chisholm Nicol is an award-winning architecture practice that places people at the centre of its design philosophy.
Heirloom was designed by celebrated architect, Cameron Chisholm Nicol, who cleverly utilised the existing structure while maintaining the unique heritage features to design a building that offers a unique, iconic and liveable slice of history.
Restoring an Icon
Heirloom by Match pays homage to the Dalgety Wool Store’s past and the restoration of the property into industrial-style apartments represents the largest residential heritage renewal of its kind in Western Australia, indeed the Country.
The completed development is a unique and distinctive structure, and combines the simplicity of contemporary living with the sophistication of an historic building. Distinctively unique featuring original brickwork and century old jarrah beams that are reflected in the apartment interiors.
Original Jarrah Beams
The sensitive renewal resulted in exposing the original jarrah beams which have transformed into flooring, ceiling joists and feature timber beams which have become visible heritage features in the apartments interiors.
Heirloom features extensive exposed original brickwork all of which has been carefully restored, and is highlighted prominently throughout; from its commanding exterior façade to the beautiful heritage brickwork exposed within the apartments’ internal spaces.
The building’s unique sawtooth roof structure was retained and adapted to reveal the impressive light-filled atrium.
Apartment living offers many lifestyle benefits. As Heirloom by Match is complete and ready to move in, purchasing an apartment in this building is a similar transaction to buying an established house.