There’s a major new star on the Canberra urban scene, one that promises to outshine all other precincts.
Imagine a lifestyle where restaurants, bars, cafes and even groceries are just an elevator ride away. Where you can hop on the light rail at your doorstep or cycle into work, all while living in a light, modern, apartment with views of Black Mountain from your balcony. Sound good? You will not want to miss out living in what is one of Northside’s brightest new developments, DKSN.
In this week’s Zango Feature Project, step into DKSN and check out everything that the bright new northside development has to offer. The brilliantly-designed apartments provide a peaceful sanctuary just a stone’s throw from Dickson’s vibrant restaurant, cafe and bar precinct, but the final release is now selling so you’ll need to be quick.
Posted by The RiotACT on Tuesday, October 6, 2020
Located in a prime position at the transport interchange for Canberra’s light rail and bus network and just 4 km from the CBD, DKSN combines work, life and play in one precinct, and signals the rebirth of Dickson.
Independent Projects Operations Manager Cassandra Cumberland says DKSN has something for everyone.
“The generously sized one, two and three-bedroom apartments will suit a range of buyers, from young singles to families and those looking to downsize. DKSN residents will get the best of inner-city living without being in the heart of the city,” Cassandra said.
DKSN is the driving force behind Dickson’s transformation. With its wide and leafy streets, Dickson is one of Canberra’s older suburbs with well-established infrastructure – a large supermarket, clubs, schools, nature reserves, parks, library, public pool, restaurants, bars and cafés.
Long enjoying a reputation as the city’s Chinatown, Dickson is also considered the home of Canberra’s best pho and yum cha, but this mecca of Asian dining is set to get even better with DKSN’s Eat Street offerings.
Located just an elevator ride away, Eat Street will host an impressive range of dining options combined with a medley of cafes, bars, boutiques, a gym, supermarket and state-of-the-art office spaces.
“People have been very excited about DKSN so it was not surprising that stage 1 completely sold out. Buyers are mostly live-in owners, singles and couples looking for an apartment lifestyle.
“The spaces are generous in these brilliantly designed apartments. You can enjoy all the action downstairs and in the neighbourhood while having your own quiet sanctuary to retreat to. DKSN takes inner-city living in Canberra to a whole new level,” Cassandra said.
Construction is well underway: all 102 sold-out Stage 1 apartments are due to be completed soon. Stage 2 consists of 93 apartments which are selling fast.
“You can get a glimpse of what your life here may be like in our display apartment. But be quick, because this is the final release.”