When you think of Canberra’s ideally located suburbs, Bruce should definitely place in your top five.
Within the suburb’s border alone is the Australian Institute of Sport, Calvary Hospital, Canberra Institute of Technology, Canberra Stadium and University of Canberra.
On top of that, it’s less than a five-minute drive to the Belconnen Town Centre, and 10 minutes from the city.
The lifestyle benefits in Bruce are unparalleled and with the addition of its newest development, Wish Residences, you can expect this to be amplified and inject a new sense of liveliness to the north-side suburb.
“The development will be a part of a vibrant new mixed-use precinct, including a variety of retail uses, these include cafes, bars, shops and restaurants,” says TP Dynamics listing agent Kenneth Kong.
Wish Residences will comprise 56 two-storey townhouses of two and three bedrooms spanning six buildings.
The modern and aesthetically pleasing exterior features a beautiful composition of black and white with timber frames.
The development will also be surrounded by beautiful greenery.
Inside, the townhouses exemplify luxurious living with stylish interiors and spacious designs. Buyers will have a choice of two interior colour schemes.
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Inclusions feature Smeg kitchen appliances, ducted heating and cooling, and a security video intercom.
In addition, for those who have ditched conventional fuel consumption for vehicles, the development will also include a car charging station for electric cars.
Alongside the retail, there will be further commercial space in the development across 12 sky terraces.
Kong says the development is ideal for all walks of life.
“Wish Residences is suited for all buyer demographics whether live-in, first home buyers, families or investors” he says.
The development has been brought to life by TP Dynamics, who have also produced an array of projects in Lawson, Amaroo and Gungahlin.
“We are focussed on building better homes, villages, town centres and communities for Canberra families,” says Kong.
“TP Dynamics is passionate about Canberra and is committed to making a contribution by laying the foundations for a world-class capital city.
Wish Residences are expected to be completed by early 2020.