City living is just the beginning.

Founders Lane will be a vibrant urban precinct that transforms the space between the City and Braddon. Flanked by historic Gorman House on one side and the Canberra Centre on the other, the precinct draws inspiration from Braddon’s garden city legacy. It’s a connecting point between heritage, urban and nature.

City central.

Founders Lane is located at the edge of the CBD, across the road from world class shopping facilities at The Canberra Centre. From national department stores and brands to the cinema, everything is at your fingertips. You’re walking distance from a variety of eateries in Melbourne and Sydney buildings, international performances at the Canberra Theatre, and events and exhibits at the Australian National University.

Braddon base.

From your door, you’re just a short stroll from Braddon’s thriving entertainment district. Once an industrial area of car yards and services, Braddon is now brimming with cafes, bars and boutique shopping. Discover new delicacies with a range of cuisines and price points before heading to one of the buzzing bars. Visit the brewery, designer op shops, florists, barbers and homeware shops whenever you choose.

Suburban outlook.

Located at the base of Mount Ainslie, Reid is one of Canberra’s oldest suburbs and home to the city’s largest collection of heritage houses. Take a stroll through the leafy streets and you’ll still see many of the original Federal Capital Commission houses from the 1920s and 1930s which give the suburb its distinct architectural character. The area demonstrates Canberra’s garden city concept and is renowned for its wide tree-lined streets and spacious grass verges.