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Geocon Partners with ANUAFC

19.12.2018

The Australian National University Australian Football Club (ANUAFC), in partnership with Geocon, is proud to announce the 2019 AFL Women’s Leadership Scholarship.

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'Mr Geocon' Nick Georgalis on property empire and Canberra's future 

18.11.2018

Geocon has become a multi-unit specialist and is now ranked the fourth-largest residential multi-unit builder/developer in Australia.

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Midnight a magnet for international operators

15.10.2018

The release of Geocon’s 5-star Midnight Hotel earlier this month is attracting strong international  interest as Canberra’s hotel market continues to surge.

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Construction giant Geocon offers to match deposits

28.09.2018

Geocon is making an aggressive pitch to first home buyers, offering to match deposits of up to 5 per cent of the purchase price on apartments in its Metropol and Tryst developments.
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Geocon Powers the Growth of Canberra on a National Scale

27.09.2018

The Housing Industry Association (HIA) has today announced that Canberra’s leading integrated multi-unit developer, Geocon, is now one of the largest builder-developers in the country.

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Churchill sculpture commemorates war-time heritage

04.05.2018

A bronze sculpture of Winston Churchill will be on public display in Geocon’s new West Block Hotel, thanks to a loan from The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust (Australia).

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Events 

Grand Launch Geocon Sales Centre & Tryst by Geocon

19.10.18

On Thursday night, Geocon – Canberra’s property powerhouse - publicly released to the market Tryst by Geocon. The glamorous event  doubled as the grand launch of the new Geocon Sales Centre located in the heart of CBD.

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High Society VIP Launch Event

06.07.18

Defying the slowing apartment market trend in some of Australia’s major capital cities, after the project's official launch on Friday, we have less than 10 percent of the stock remaining in Canberra’s most successful property release.

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