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Yesterday, the fifth and final stage of JWLand’s flagship Campbell 5 precinct —The Parade—was launched to the public.
The Parade, which sits along Constitution Avenue next to the newly refreshed green spaces of Hassett Park, has been specially designed to take advantage of Campbell 5’s unique location. With close proximity to Lake Burley Griffin, Mount Ainslie and the city, the precinct is perfectly positioned for those wanting to take advantage of the city’s most beloved green spaces.
Rather fittingly, the final stage of the precinct takes its name from neighbouring icon, Anzac Parade, which lends itself to the distinctly Australian feel that JWLand sought to infuse into the development.
“The Australian climate and natural environment make us the envy of the world,” explains Michael Prendergast, Head of Development at JWLand. “While embracing cultures from across the globe, it is the ability to add a local flavour that really defines our nation.”
“The Parade has been designed around indoor-outdoor living to make the most of the stunning surrounds and the lifestyle that goes with it.”
But that didn’t limit JWLand when it came to inspiration for the atmosphere of the precinct, with placemaking and creating a cohesive community atmosphere the most important features for the developers.
“Campbell 5 was inspired by architecturally renowned cities around the world including Paris, New York, Copenhagen and Siena. This precinct has helped to reinvigorate Campbell’s architectural, residential and social landscape. Campbell 5 was designed to foster the community feeling that is missing from many modern developments.”
To achieve this, The Parade will feature a number of community spaces, including a roof terrace and shared kitchen and dining areas, as well as retail, restaurants and cafes at ground level. With one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments, prices range from $389,000 to $2.7 million.
Inside, the focus is on the tastes of modern Australians, with light-filled spaces that make the most of the indoor-outdoor living encouraged by the precinct.
“The internal design features clean lines and contemporary finishes for a timeless yet modern feel,” says Michael, adding that generous bedrooms and well-thought out storage will make the most of space while “expansive windows and spacious balconies continue the ease of indoor-outdoor living”.
“We wanted a development that would appeal to many different people and the variety of floor plans means there really is something to suit almost every buyer.”
With construction commencing within the next few months, The Parade is expected to be completed in two years.
If you’re already excited to be a part of The Parade, visit the display suite at 9 Pentland Street, Campbell or visit campbell5.com.au.
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