Developer Geocon has sealed the deal on the Kingston Arts Precinct, after signing an agreement on the project in partnership with the ACT government.
This includes $50 million for purpose-built art facilities and accommodation for visiting artists to the precinct.
Fresh off the back of working on creative spaces such as Hobart’s Mona Museum and the New Acton Precinct, the developer has engaged Architect Fender Katsalidis, along with landscape architects Oculus on the project.
“We have taken a huge step towards making the Kingston Arts Precinct a reality, with contracts now officially signed to bring this project to life,” Geocon founder Nick Georgalis said.
“The Kingston Arts Precinct is the most highly anticipated development Geocon has ever set out to achieve.”