They’re selling fast! Just 14 apartments remain at Midnight, so bring your friends and family along to our pop-up in the Garema Centre in the city so they can get an interactive taste of your future lifestyle for themselves.

Architect David Sutherland of Fender Katsalidis (the team behind the Nishi Building and NewActon precinct) says the inspiration behind Midnight’s distinct, modern and alluring design was the differing characteristics of the two streets on which it sits: hip and trendy Mort Street on the eastern, Braddon side, and the traditional persona of Northbourne Avenue to the west.

“The result is a blending of two delightfully different worlds in one intriguing modern building,” Sutherland said.

He says the most striking feature without question would be the enchanting internal courtyard and waterfall, which will form Midnight’s centrepiece.

“The courtyard, with the slivers of natural light that will filter down to the landscaped floor, will be a beguiling place of sensory delights quite unlike any other residential space in Canberra and a tempting place to sit all day.”

The architect added that Midnight’s north-facing u-shaped footprint also harnesses an abundance of natural light for residents to enjoy, whatever the season.

“And when you want to get out and about, all you’ll need to do is enter the subtly sunken lobby which will descend below street level and present you with a series of contemporary lounges, bars and cafes or head out into Braddon, which is Canberra’s premier restaurant destination,” Sutherland said.

Remember, if you refer family and friends to Geocon and they successfully purchase a Midnight apartment from us, we’ll give you $2,000. You can make as many referrals as you like. Just sign up as a Geocon Gold Club member and then complete our Referral Rewards form.


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