Story sponsored by Geocon.
Thanks to the recent completion of the 'stunning' Grand Central Towers - a joint venture between Geocon and Zapari - Woden is now home to one of Canberra's hottest new addresses.
Towering over the revitalised town centre, the luxury apartment building is selling at a rapid rate.
In fact, the building has been so popular that the majority of available properties were sold off the plan.
Now, with limited housing stock still available, Geocon spokesperson Adam Morgan, is advising any potential buyers to get in quick, to avoid missing out.
"Grand Central Towers has been incredibly popular and is selling very fast. The feedback we're receiving from buyers is that for most of them, it is an investment in lifestyle," he explained.
"The places where we choose to live have such a profound impact upon the way in which we live. That's why every facet of Grand Central Towers has been designed with the most exquisite residential lifestyle in mind," he continued.
"We want our residents to live life on the grandest of scale, day and night. From the our executive facilities to the highest quality finishes and the best location in the ACT, it is the embodiment of modern living."
Located at 15 Bowes Street, Phillip, in the geographic centre of Canberra, the joint venture is close to just about everything, making it ideal for professionals.
It is 10kms from Capitol Hill, 12kms from Civic, and just 13kms from the airport.
Additionally, it is walking distance of a number of high quality restaurants and bars as well as health centres.
It is also just minutes from Canberra Hospital and almost opposite Woden Plaza, making a day out shopping or a night a the cinema an absolute breeze.
However, Mr Morgan says the biggest selling point of Grand Central Towers is the property itself.
Inspired by the 'restless energy and timeless sophistication of New York's Grand Central Station', he explained, the joint venture has been architecturally designed to blend nature, light and open spaces to create a contemporary styling that breathes elegance and luxury.
"One of the best aspects of life at Grand Central Towers is that it gives you access to our stunning collection of exclusive amenities and resident-only spaces," he said.
"Whatever your mood, whatever the occasion, you'll always find the perfect setting to work, relax, mingle or even host private gatherings and functions," he continued.
"From the tranquil rooftop retreat, complete with reflection pond, to the infinity pool, gymnasium, dining room, lounge, and library, it offers a lifestyle which is second to none."
The building also has secure resident parking as well as a car wash and bike workshop on site. Additionally, the joint venture's residents also have easy access to public transport.
The Woden Bus Exchange is nearby and if the proposed Stage 2 of the $900 million Light Rail Network goes ahead, it will link residents directly to Capitol Hill, the CBD and more.
Display suites are open for inspection on Saturdays, between 9am and 1pm, except for Public Holidays.
For more information contact 1300 97 97 57. Alternatively, visit the Geocon website: https://geocon.com.au/
Grand Central Towers is a joint venture project between Geocon and Zapari.
Story sponsored by Geocon.