A showcase of editorial, press clippings and digital articles featuring Little Projects.

Little Projects nears completion of historic Tip Top site in Brunswick East

The Urban Developer

Little Projects is nearing completion of it’s Brunswick East redevelopment Live Brunswick East, transforming the former heritage Tip Top bakery site into a lifestyle precinct. Read more


The Weekly Review

Interior designer Miriam Fanning says it’s a joy to work with a developer that truly values design. Fanning, the principal of design practice Mim Design, appreciates the philosophies her company – and industry – share with Little Projects. Read more

Brunswick East’s $215 million Tip Top bakery redevelopment sees settlements take place

Property Observer

Brunswick East’s formerly derelict, heritage listed, Tip Top bakery site is seeing settlement on properties as a $215 million rejuvenation nears completion. Read more

A Detailed Finish

The Weekly Review

Little Projects developments are distinctive, interesting pieces of architecture, design by such leading practices as Cox Architecture, Rothelowman and Plus Architecture. Interiors are meticulously designed and considered, creating homes that are glamorous, efficient and a pleasure to live in. Read more

Developing Our City

The Weekly Review

Once upon a time, the Tip Top site in Brunswick East rang to the sound of horses' hooves and the rumble of delivery wagons. The rich warm smells of yeast rising and loaves baking wafted around the neighbourhood. Time moved on, vans replaced the horses, and Tip Top closed after 65 years of baking. Read more

Tip top place to buy in Brunswick East

Herald Sun

THE proof is the pudding when it comes to an apartment project on the former Tip Top bakery site in Brunswick East. Read more

Little Thinks Bigger

The Weekly Review

Little Projects is a name to reckoned with in Melbourne’s apartment revolution. Managing director Michael Fox attributes much of the company’s success to “giving people what they want”. Read more

Little plans city towers

The Australian Financial Review

Development company Little Projects has lodged plans for its biggest project: 900 units in two towers at Melbourne’s South Wharf, near the city’s central business district. Read more

Little Wonders

The Sunday Age – Home Style

The shrinking of apartments in Melbourne is demanding grander gestures of design solutions, writers Miranda Tay. Read more


Herald Sun

Not to be confused with the spag bol tourist drag in Carlton, Lygon St in East Brunswick is a diverse offering of eating. As DAN STOCK discovers, you can find great Japanese and Middle Eastern fare, excellent coffee and the world’s best pizza. Read more

The best home decoration projects of 2014

Vogue Living

From luxe furnishings to inspired accessorising, we give you the full shortlist from the Australian Interior Design Awards' Residential Decoration category. Read more

Tip Top spot sells like hot cakes

The Age - Apartment Guide

One can imagine the developers at Little Projects sitting in their office humming the tune to From Little Things, Big Things Grow, in fact that’s what managing director Michael Fox says is his vision for revitalising Brunswick East. Read more

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