We’re supporting Melbourne’s key workers with an opportunity to lease an apartment at 38 Albermarle Street, Kensington with a rental concession.
Our program welcomes key worker professionals – such as school teachers, medical professionals, carers, social workers, emergency services, arts and culture, and hospitality workers – who work within the City of Melbourne or in surrounding suburbs.
“This includes frontline workers, such as our health and emergency services personnel, but also our local barista and the team working at the newsagency. We have been collaborating with the City of Melbourne over the past three years to design our Key Worker Program that ensures our most essential workers have access to quality housing near their place of employment at a reasonable rental price,” said our Managing Director, Kris Daff.
Eligible key worker applicants will lease their apartments through our innovative Assemble Futures housing concept and will receive a 20% rent concession for the total lease period (five years). At the end of the lease, applicants will have the option to purchase the property at an agreed price.
For full details on the Key Worker Program at 38 Albermarle Street, Kensington and the eligibility criteria, please visit: https://assemblecommunities.com/projects/key-worker-program-kensington/ or contact Assemble’s Relationships team at firstname.lastname@example.org