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

Buyers who share something in common

The Age - Apartment Guide

Communal facilities encourage residents to meet people, have fun, get fit and entertain friends and family. Read more

Former Tip Top Bakery rises to the occasion as Little Projects development

After securing the position near Lygon Street precinct back in 2009, Little Projects has transformed the site of a formerly derelict heritage Tip Top Bakery site into an exciting new lifestyle precinct. Read more

A not-so Little Project for Brunswick East’s Tip Top bakery site

Property Observer

A new Brunswick East development has revitalised the former heritage Tip Top bakery site, purchased by Little Projects in 2009, into boutique homes and shops. Read more

Little Projects Live Brunswick East

Live Brunswick East

The Weekly Review

The $113 million transformation of Brunswick East’s former 1.2-hectare Tip Top bakery site between Edward and Weston streets is near completion, with its first residents moving in next month. Only a few apartments remain unsold. Read more

Australian Interior Design Awards 2014 shortlist announced

Architecture and Design

The 2014 Australian Interior Design Awards (AIDA) shortlist has been released, with 148 projects moving on to the final judging stage. Read more

Boost in building approvals as fewer homes hit market.

The Australian Financial Review

Building approvals for new homes and units spiked in January, showing the appetite for property is set to continue this year. Read more

Up to 1,500 more apartments coming online as Little Projects acquires new Docklands site

Property Observer

A property in Melbourne’s Docklands has been acquired by Little Projects for $18.5 million from a local private investor, confirmed managing director of Little Projects, Michael Fox.
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Little Projects big plan

The Australian Financial Review

Melbourne developer Little Projects has acquired an 8800-square-meter industrial site at 85 Lorimer Street from a private investor for $18.5million. Read more

Little’s big Docklands dream

The Australian Financial Review

Former Toll Holdings boss Paul Little has snapped up an industrial site in the Melbourne’s Docklands that has a potential to accommodate an apartment project with an end value of $750 million. Read more

Best Streets: Brunswick East

The Age

Number 1 street - Edward Street. Chambers Real Estate associate director Steven Scalise loves the area because of its creativeness and diversity, an Edward Street is one of his favourites. Read more

Ilk Apartments

Melbourne is Design

Walking into the lobby of Ilk Apartments in South Yarra for the very first time, the experience is more akin to stepping foot inside a luxury seven star hotel. Read more

Bookmarc sits down with Michael Fox, Managing Director at Little Projects


I first met Michael Fox in October when I was generously invited to an intimate dinner with some of the team involved with ILK Apartments, as well as about ten Melbourne bloggers. Read more

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