— WELCOME —

ROI APARTMENTS

Welcome to ROI online. ROI is a vibrant inner-city community that is home to around 300 residents. Our apartment complex is a great place to live with its eco-friendly features, attractive foyers and gardens and the annual ROI Art Prize. However, it is really its people who make the difference, and we have an active Owners’ Corporation Committee that is constantly endeavouring to keep the complex attractive, safe and in good order for all owners and residents.

— ROI ART PRIZE —

SUBMISSIONS

Works selected for the exhibition must be delivered on THURSDAY 16 November or Friday 17 November. All works must be available for the full exhibition period of FRIDAY 17 November until TUESDAY 21 November

 

Three independent, qualified judges will decide the winners of the 2017 ROI Art Prize from the works selected for exhibition, which will be mounted on easels in the foyer of the ROI Apartments at 4 Bik Lane, North Fitzroy from FRIDAY 17 November to TUESDAY 21 November.

 

The winners will be announced at a cocktail party function in the foyer of the ROI at 6pm on TUESDAY 21 November 2017. It is a condition of entry that winners or their representatives must be present to collect their awards.

 

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ONSITE BUILDING MANAGER
(PLEASE DO NOT CALL BEFORE 7AM OR AFTER 9PM)

Mario Interlandi

0499 272 843

roimanager@live.com.au

 

ACE BODY CORPORATE MANAGEMENT

Angelo Voulgaris

roi@acebodycorp.com.au

0418 264 350

 

WISH TO JOIN THE OWNERS CORPORATION COMMITTEE?

Contact roi@acebodycorp.com.au or call Angelo Voulgaris

 

EMERGENCY MAINTENANCE

ROI Building Manager

0499 272 843

 

EMERGENCY LOCKSMITHS

Amalgamated Locksmiths

(03) 9419 6922

Two Tall Chefs eating house and cheese shop is located in Carlton North’s quaint Nicholson Street Village.

We offer breakfast, lunch and daily specials six days per week (except Monday), from 9.00am to 4.00pm. Fully licensed, we have a great selection of wine, local beers and ciders. Our backyard dining area is open on Saturday and Sundays from 10.00am to 5.00pm.

On Friday and Saturday nights, we offer a two or three course dinner menu, sourced from local produce and changing weekly.

Our fabulous range of cheese includes local artisan cheeses and cheese from afar.

Week nights are reserved for private functions in either our café or backyard.

 665 Nicholson Street Carlton North Vic

 (03) 9381 1777

 665urbantrading@gmail.com

 Tuesday to Thursday & Sunday, 9am to 6.30pm

 Friday & Saturday, 9am to 11.00pm

HISTORY

Here is a short history of the building as we know it. Originally it was known as 648A Nicholson Street, Fitzroy North. Rare City Acre Pty Ltd purchased the site in September 2007 from brothers Peter and Paul Di Campo, architects turned developers.

At that time, there were two commercial tenants:  Cadet Shoes, a Fitzroy based Company, were using about 50% of the site as a warehouse for their shoes. The other tenant was Sapori International Pty Ltd who were importers and distributors of coffee, mineral water and specialist Italian food goods. Both companies still trade today.

The laneway which runs on the west side of the development is in fact on the ROI Title, and those titles which front Nicholson Street and back on to that laneway have a right of carriageway over that lane. The architects appointed to design the building were Bird de la Coeur Architects.

 

ECO SUSTAINABILITY

Some of the Eco Sustainability features of the design include:

  • Solar boosted and heated hot water, driven by solar panels located on the roof. This provides significant cost and energy savings to the occupiers, as up to 40% of the energy to heat the water is provided by the sun.
  • The electricity supply to the building is Eco conscious and an Embedded Network has been installed which provides for all the power to the site being bought in bulk and individually metered on site. This is a significant cost saving to the occupier and uses less electricity overall.
  • There are water storage tanks under the 2 garden beds in the courtyard. These tanks store water from the storm water drains which is then recycled to provide irrigation for the planters and also water to flush the toilets in Level 1 apartments. Again this is not only a cost saving measure but conserves water for the overall benefit of the community.

These initiatives added $300-400,000 to the cost of construction, and the owners and tenants reap the benefits of that expenditure in outgoing cost savings to the community generally.

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contacts

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POISONS HOTLINE 13 11 26

 

BEYOND BLUE 1300 224 636

 

LIFELINE 13 11 14

 

CITY OF YARRA (03) 9205 5555

 

CITY WEST WATER

13 16 91

8.30am to 5pm

 

WINENERGY CUSTOMER SERVICE

1300 791 970

enquiries@winenergy.com.au

www.winenergy.com.au

 

WINENERGY FAULTS & EMERGENCY

1300 44 88 62

EMERGENCY AFTER HOURS CONTACT
(BUILDING RELATED ISSUES ONLY)

Plumbing, electrical or lift emergencies, please
contact:

Angelo Voulgaris

0418 264 350

 

EMERGENCY

Police, Fire & Ambulance 000

 

FITZROY POLICE STATION (24 HOURS)

(03) 9934 6400 (security issues and excessive noise)

 

EPA (24 HOURS)

1300 372 842 (noise after 10 or 11pm)
epa.vic.gov.au

 

CRIMESTOPPERS 1800 333 000

SUPPORTERS

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Since 1971 Nelson Alexander has stood for the highest possible levels of professional conduct within the real estate industry as the only means to achieve consistently outstanding results.

Our core values are based on unity and teamwork, and our unique structure allows us to work together to share ideas, knowledge and experience in order to deliver exceptional results.

Our connection with our local communities runs deep within our company’s culture, and we are proactive in delivering meaningful responses to the needs of worthwhile causes through the Nelson Alexander Charitable Foundation.

AWARDED 2015 BEST LARGE RESIDENTIAL AGENCY IN AUSTRALIA

www.nelsonalexander.com.au

 

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Photographs supplied with the permission of Bird de la Coeur Architects, Tony Miller Architectural Photography and Dianna Snape Photography, and Robby Edge Photography