On Friday 13 November, Keggins launched their new apartment development at a suitably dazzling event in Woden. The function, held at their new display suite on the 22nd floor of the Lovett building, attracted around 80 VIP’s who were first to be privy to the Keggins vision for W2.
Keggins is renowned for hand-picking locations and then creating unique spaces that will enhance the local community. Their stunning Sapphire Apartments on Kingston Foreshore have set them apart from anyone else in the market, and with W2 they will continue their success.
“We’re excited to become part of the Woden transformation – it’s fast becoming one of the most vibrant and exciting hubs in Canberra,”, said Brett Smith, General Manager of Keggins.
Coordinate, Canberra’s leading advertising and design agency, captured how this new-found energy and the surrounding amenity will amplify your life under the slogan, “Life multiplied”. But even with their eye-catching brandmark, magical light projection, vivid marketing material, high-octane video, live entertainment and exceptional catering by Damsel and Sprout, the main attraction of the night remained the spectacular views.
With unhindered views to Mount Taylor and the Brindabellas to the West, Black Mountain to the North, and Red Hill to the East, you’re spoilt for choice when choosing an apartment or penthouse with a view.
“Woden is fast becoming one of the most sought-after areas for property investors”, added Guy Randall, Managing Director of Burgess Rawson. “The light rail is going to stop right here on your doorstep, the new CIT building will be opening here soon… Woden is the place to be if you’re an investor. The location in the geographical heart of Canberra is fantastic. And it’s not like you have to walk a kilometre to get to Westfield Woden or to the bustling Bradley street like with some of the other developments – you literally just need to go downstairs.”
Fifteen of these 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments have already been sold before it’s even been launched to the public. So, they’ll be going fast.