Jaime Diaz-Berrio Photography
Located in the suburb of Windsor, Southside House and Whitestreet House offer a series of high quality spacious residential apartments with accompanying ground floor restaurants and retail. These boutique residences on the corner of James and White Street both complement and transform their surroundings, providing a mix of tradition and innovation that infuses all aspects of the building, from the apartments’ façades and interior details to their many framed views of the undulating patchwork of the bustling indie suburb of Windsor, and the City and Bay beyond. The two individual six storey buildings provide a total of 68 generous apartments varying in size from one to four bedrooms and including a number of unusual duplex units. Ground floor retail and restaurant units address James Street, just a stone’s throw from busy Chapel Street. The external palette of brickwork, metal, glass and concrete reflects the gritty, industrial nature of the surrounding suburb, reinterpreted in a refined and playful manner. The internal finishes continue the high level of finish, and the apartments enjoy a high level of amenity with large external decks, high levels of internal daylighting, and a strong connection between inside and out.