Campbell 5, Campbell ACT
As an all-encompassing destination village and park side living quarter, Campbell 5 is one of the most visionary developments seen in Canberra.
This ground-breaking project is set to reinvigorate the city’s architectural, social and residential landscape.
Each of the five stages in the development draw inspiration from global cities and precincts renowned for their atmosphere and charm.
The first four (of five) stages of release include:
- Parisian-inspired Saint-Germain
- New York-themed Greenwich Park
- Danish-designed Køben
- Italian-inspired Siena
Located within just minutes of the CBD, and flanked by Lake Burley Griffin, Mount Ainslie and Hassett Park, the precinct offers unparalleled amenity and proximity to the city’s most iconic outdoor spaces.
Location: 51 Constitution Avenue Campbell, Australian Capital Territory
Project type: Medium density, premium mixed-use precinct
Project scope: 5 sites, total land area 22,000 square-metres, 500+ apartments
Value: $600 million
Purchase date: June 2014
Construction commenced: September 2015
- Saint Germain – completed 2017
- Greenwich – completed 2017
- Køben – late 2018
- Siena – early 2019
- S. 131 – 2020
Community consultation is currently underway for Section 131, the fifth and final stage of development in the Campbell 5 precinct.
A community information session was held on Tuesday 8 August to provide members of the community and future residents of Campbell 5 with the opportunity to comment on the proposed development.
The following information was presented to the community for comment:
- Context Plan (.PDF)
- Site Plan (.PDF)
- Ground Floor (.PDF)
- Typical Floor Plan (.PDF)
- Elevation 1 – Constitution Avenue (.PDF)
- Elevation 2 – Pentland St & Anzac Park East (.PDF)
- Sample Floor Plans – 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom (.PDF)
- Heritage Report (.PDF)
Members of the community will be able to formally comment on the proposal during the public notification period for the Development Application or you can email your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org