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A new lease on life is brewing for the Alexander and Albemarle buildings in Woden – A&A is a reinvention and renewal of the 1960s former ACT office spaces and an exciting and innovative undertaking for Canberra's property industry.
One of Canberra's most respected and long-standing developers, DOMA is behind the transformation of the Alexander and Albemarle towers in the Woden Town Centre into spacious and textural warehouse-style apartments, which will boast 3.4-metre ceiling heights, exposed concrete soffits, internal brickwork features and a high-quality inclusion package.
From above-standard ceiling heights to spacious, flexible, open plan layouts, the apartments at A&A exceed expectations.
A typical 1 bedroom apartment has 66 sqm of internal living space, plus an expansive balcony. Bedrooms are designed to fit a queen size bed and side tables at a minimum, and large frontages to the apartments allow for a generous amount of natural light to fill each home.
The apartments will be available in two colour schemes, one referencing the mood of an artist's studio, the other alluding to the lightness and serenity of an art gallery.
The raw, industrial tones will be off-set by finely detailed joinery and appliances, with a European design aesthetic applied to the interiors. Each A&A interior takes pride in detailed, quality materials and premium inclusions like SMEG, Ariston and Fisher & Paykel appliances, as well as engineered timber flooring and New Zealand wool carpet.
At the ground level, high-ceilinged retail spaces will envelop the buildings – attracting a variety of new trade to Woden, including restaurants, cafés and additional retail services.
A&A's retail planning also includes space for a basement brewery and commercial gym, so residents will not be short of options for lifestyle and entertainment.