Canberra’s City Centre is evolving with significant urban renewal projects already underway or soon to commence, creating a vibrant City Centre where people want to live, work and play.
Mixed use development including 50 residential dwellings
Arts and entertainment will attract more people to the CBD.
Ready for use by April 2018*.
*Pending NCA works approval
Two stages to have 50 additional spaces.
Mixed use development including new hotel and a retail space
Proposed redevelopment to include a luxury hotel. Project is in early planning stages with construction not expected to start until 2019
Mixed use development including 140 residential dwellings
More options for more people to move in, out and around the area.
Nearly 20,000 square metres of commercial floor space.
The revamped City Plaza will help Canberrans reclaim the iconic Melbourne and Sydney buildings and join the east and west of the city.
Potential for up to 350 dwellings in a mixed-use development
More than 700 dwellings in a mixed-use development
The ACT Government is undertaking works on the Haig and Braddon park master plans, which includes lighting and footpath upgrades. $1.3 million has been allocated for this project.
The ACT Law Courts is the Territory’s first public private partnership.
Creating stronger connections between West Basin and the CBD.
Car park, commercial and residential mixed-use development
184 apartments in a residential development
190 new dwellings in a mixed-use residential development
Adaptive re-use of former office building as a commercial hotel
Scheduled for completion late 2020, the precinct will include new ACT Government offices, a hotel, gym, child care centre, street level eateries and substantial basement public car parking
200 new dwellings in a residential development
Catch a free City Loop 101 bus every 10 minutes, Monday – Friday 7am-7pm to some of the cities most frequented locations
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