Como apartments night skyline
Image – M/Group.
  • The boutique complex will be built by Match parent company M/Group
  • Consists of 40 apartments, many with views of the Swan River and Perth City
  • Aimed primarily at local downsizers

Located six kilometres south of the Perth CBD Como is a suburb well known for stately homes and for being near the river. The new development – M/26 – is aimed at downsizers who want to continue living in the area.

The Managing Director of Match parent company M/Group, Lloyd Clark, said the market-led design process used by the company revealed a lack of quality options for locals wanting to downsize within Como area.

“We couldn’t imagine living in a suburb for most of our lives only to find it had very few home options for when it became time to downsize. The challenge for us, of course, was to create an environment that could make the transition from large home living to an apartment as simple and stress-free as possible,” Mr Clark said.

“You only have to visit the M/26 by Match display apartment to experience a standard of luxury that is unique, not merely to Como, but across Perth.”

Both one and two-bedroom apartments will feature large balconies alongside high ceilings and sunscreens.  The entry to the complex on Mary Street will feature an artwork sculpture by Ayad Alqaragholi.


Much effort has been placed in designing a sophisticated and inviting complex, which will be located just minutes away from the popular Como café strip and Grand Cygent Cinemas and only a short drive away from the Freeway.

“Each luxury apartment has been designed to exude elegance and sophistication, with an importance placed on space, light and airflow. Attention to detail has been paramount, as our intention was to create an atmosphere that melded into the Como environment,” Mr Clark continued.

“Internally, there are two colour schemes available; light and airy Hamptons-style and bold and moody Manhattan. All finishes are of a high quality with floorplans that allow each apartment to open up and make the most of the stunning location with full-height glazing.”

For more information about the complex, check out or call 0432 660 066 .


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