Inspired by New York’s Grand Central Terminal, Grand Central Towers is just that — a pair of grand, sophisticated multi residential towers nestled in the bustling heart of Woden Town Square in the ACT.

430 luxury apartments span across the 18 and 26-storey towers, with an impressive array of amenities dotted throughout, including a rooftop retreat, resident infinity pool, gym, library, car wash and bike workshop.

Grand Central Towers — Facade Reflection

Plus, the ground floor zoning for commercial use takes advantage of foot traffic, making sure to activate the surrounding area.

"The development has taken inspiration from Grand Central Terminal and New York's restless energy and inventiveness, bringing a new calibre of living to Woden." — Nick Skepev, Managing Director, Zapari

Developers Geocon Group and Zapari, along with the brilliant minds at Cox Architecture really have thought of everything.

Sophisticated in every sense

Taking shape across Canberra’s skyline, Grand Central Towers is a project rooted in impeccable design and attention to detail.

Grand Central Towers — Living Area

We are proud to have supplied a full Novas Architectural Doorware package, featuring our B Series 63 Door Lever in our classic Satin Stainless Steel finish — a truly timeless selection from the design team at Cox Architecture.

"The Grand Central Towers design is such a classic and sophisticated vision. That’s where some of our most understated doorware works its magic." — Paul Thornewell, Novas General Manager — Product, Sales & Marketing
Brilliant project teams creating magic

Projects of this magnitude truly aren’t possible without the vision of the developer, design integrity of the architect, and reliability of the construction team.

For Grand Central Towers, the combination of the minds, creativity and vision at Geocon, Zapari and Cox Architecture is evident in the brilliance they have created in the heart of Woden Town Square.

And, of course, we are incredibly excited to be involved.

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