At Keggins, it’s all about the details

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For every single home that Canberra developers Keggins create, they ask themselves the question: ‘how would I live here?’. With a keen eye for detail, the luxury developers are focused on quality, and setting a whole new standard for the city’s landscape.

Having witnessed Canberra’s transformation from bush capital to cosmopolitan city, Keggins’ founder Jin Wang identified space in the market for superior property developments with a premium level of quality for people who value their home and space.

Building on his extensive property and development experience, he founded Keggins in 2010. The name Keggins is a pronunciation which brings together the five elements of the Chinese zodiac: water, wood, fire, earth, and metal—creating perfect balance—and this pursuit of harmony underpins every development.

“We believe in creating spaces in which people thrive. We’re constantly challenging design, refining innovation and defining spaces by asking, ‘how can we improve this?’,” says Keggins General Manager Brett Smith.

“Outstanding is our goal; constant and never-ending improvement our focus.”

Keggins is not only part of, but a significant contributor to the Canberra community. The developers form and foster partnerships with local trades, suppliers and consultants to strengthen the local economy. They also actively participate and contribute to local initiatives, sponsorships and not-for-profit endeavours to give back to the community that supports them.

“With more than 50 years of collective experience, our dedicated local team of property professionals is intent on raising the bar and creating unique spaces which are stylish and sophisticated,” says Brett.

And the proof is in the results.

Keggins purchased land at Kingston Peninsula back in 2016 for their iconic flagship development: Sapphire. Combining a lakefront position, spectacular curved facade, and unparalleled quality inclusions, the homes were in high demand, with unprecedented competition for the penthouses and all levels below.

Now Keggins has turned their attention to W2, its new luxury development with 213 quality apartments, which forms an integral part of the transformation in Woden Town Centre. With site establishment and demolition underway, the development is nearing 70 per cent in sales–an unequivocal statement in support of yet another outstanding proposal from the dedicated team poised to make its mark on Canberra’s coming-of-age.