NEWS

Midnight site update

Midnight site update

19 April 2018

Over the last month, the introduction of more machines on the Midnight site has sped up the progress of the excavation and shoring works. With the first level of the basement almost complete and significant inroads made to the construction of the second level, Geocon’s onsite team is expecting to

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Why transport infrastructure is key to developers

Why transport infrastructure is key to developers

18 April 2018

Like home owners and investors, mixed-use residential developers such as Geocon are making strategic development decisions based on proximity to infrastructure and amenities, including public transport, shopping and dining. They have also tapped into the increasing demand for unique amenities and fa

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Light rail news

Light rail news

18 April 2018

Canberrans and visitors will now be seeing the revegetation of completed areas along stage one of the light rail network and hearing about the community consultation by the ACT Government and National Capital Authority (NCA) on the City and Gateway Draft Urban Design Framework. In particular, the

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Braddon’s early days

Braddon’s early days

16 April 2018

The development of Braddon’s streets and surrounds makes for an excellent case study on how variations to town planning policies can drastically change a suburb and its local community over time. The area’s story begins in 1922, when a light industrial precinct was proposed adjacent to the city

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Geocon People: Project Engineer Allana Apps

Geocon People: Project Engineer Allana Apps

12 April 2018

When did you join Geocon? I’ve been at Geocon for 10 months. Geocon’s developments stood out to me as being a little out of the ordinary. They contribute to the Canberra community by providing inviting mixed-use buildings incorporating public amenities, and they are using leading architectur

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Canberra’s High Society debuts in Belconnen

Canberra’s High Society debuts in Belconnen

4 April 2018

James Bond would feel right at home in Canberra’s tallest building which debuts today as “High Society”. Two 27-storey glass towers at 113 and 100 metres tall are the jewels in the crown of Geocon’s Republic mixed-use development located on a one-hectare block at the corner of Eastern Valley

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