I've been thinking about buying an apartment in Melbourne for a while. I keep hearing about tiny, badly designed ones with "kitchens placed in hallways, a lack of ventilation and natural light, and poor storage." and apparently 40% are smaller than 50 square metres, which is smaller than just the BEDROOMS in many houses (eg. Sydney, London, Adelaide). source: 20. Avoid Melbourne's Poor Quality Apartments I'm wondering if anyone knows which apartment blocks I should avoid and if anyone knows which are good. I want one that I could potentially live in, then maybe turn an investment on when I sell it later or maybe rent it out down the track, but I don't want to get anything undesirable. Any help would be appreciated.