Corner of Anthony Rolfe Ave & Gribble Street,
Tuesday & Thursday 3.30pm to 5pm
Saturday & Sunday 10am to 4pm
To view by appointment contact Marcus Allesch on 0424 409 873 or firstname.lastname@example.org
the latest on Ruby
The population of Canberra has just “sprinted past” 420,000 according to the Canberra Times. The latest ABS figures showed that Canberra’s population grew by 8935 in a 12 month period which represents a 2.2% increase. Read the full article here.
Top of the south tower!
The latest photo from the Ruby site. Builders are back into it after the Christmas break and construction is on target.
Canberra looks to defy the national downturn in 2019, with house prices predicted to increase by 6.1% and unit prices to increase by 3.3% thanks to a strong local economy. Click here to read the full article.
Ready to pour concrete to Level 8 on the north tower!
Today concrete was poured to the Podium level at Ruby. This is a major construction milestone, as from now on you will start to see two distinct towers rising from the podium level.
Concrete has now been poured to level 3 at Ruby! The next big milestone is not far away now – the podium on level 4.
Domain data’s latest figures show house prices in Gungahlin have risen 12.1% over the past 12 months. Unit prices also rose by a healthy 5.2% over the same period. Read the full allhomes article here.
Builders have now started work on Level 2 at Ruby. All on schedule!
Great news this week – POD and Core have been nominated for three Master Builders Awards for our three recent projects at Mezzo Gungahlin, Salt Kingston and Gateway Lawson.
Construction really starting to take shape now.
Great news for the Gungahlin region in the past week with the federal government announcing that it will be relocating Defence Housing Australia (DHA) to the Gungahlin Town Centre. DHA has approximately 300 employees which will be a welcome boost for the local economy. A location for the office is yet to be decided.
This week, the first of the ground floor tilt panels are being installed. These are pre-fabricated panels with cut outs for the windows and doors.
It’s all systems go in regards to light rail in the Gungahlin Town Centre at the moment. Rail is in the process of being installed on Hibberson St. (Photo courtesy of Canberra Metro)
Concrete has been poured to the basement level of the North Tower.
Today the tower crane was assembled and installed on site at Ruby.
Today the builders poured the first concrete slab at Ruby.
The digger has been working hard at Ruby and the basement level is now complete. Construction is now on it’s way up! In the photo above, Ruby is the site where the green digger is, and Infinity Towers is behind it.
More than half the properties at Ruby are now sold! There are still some terrific purchasing opportunities to be had but you will need to be quick. These apartments have proved to be very popular and are selling fast.
Earthworks continue to hum along out at the Ruby site. With the holiday break now done and dusted, Core Building are forging ahead with the Ruby development.
Construction has started is expected to be completed in late 2019.
42 lucky purchasers have secured themselves an apartment in the first weekend that Ruby has been on the market. If you are considering an apartment at Ruby for yourself, the good news is that there are still some tremendous buying opportunities for you. You will need to be quick though. These apartments are continuing to sell well and very soon we will be increasing the prices to match demand.
Visit the Ruby display suite this weekend for our Grand Opening! Here you can view the floor plans, a scale model of the development, a full size kitchen and bathroom, and have your questions answered by the POD team. Open 11am to 4pm on Saturday and Sunday on the corner of Anthony Rolfe Ave and Gribble Street, Gungahlin.
The apartments at Ruby Gungahlin have now been released for sale! On this website you can view floor plans, the price list & inclusions and lots of other information on this exciting new development.
We expect these apartments to be extremely popular so don’t delay! Go to the How to Purchase page today to secure your apartment.
A big milestone for the Canberra City to Gungahlin light rail project has been reached – the first rail tracks have now been laid on Flemington Road.
Test tracks were initially laid at the intersection of Nullarbor Ave and Flemington Road, and once they were given the tick of approval, the construction team could begin the large scale install of the remaining rails.
In addition to this, the main street of the Gungahlin Town Centre, Hibberson Street, is in the process of being transformed from a busy two-way shopping strip into a car-free light rail precinct. Keep up to date with the Canberra Metro Light Rail project by clicking here.
Yes, there is a display suite located on-site on the corner of Gribble Street and Anthony Rolfe Ave in the Gungahlin Town Centre. Here you can view inclusions, products, selection boards, a showcase kitchen and bathroom, and a complete scale model of the Ruby Gungahlin development.
This week, the display suite will be open on Tuesday & Thursday 3.30pm to 5pm and Saturday & Sunday 10am to 4pm.
To view by appointment contact Marcus Allesch on 0424 409 873 or email@example.com
Click here to go to the How to Purchase page of the Ruby website.
$1000 deposit is required when signing the contract. 5% of the purchase price, less the $1000 already paid, is required within 21 days. Please note no other money is due until completion. Here is a link to the “How to Purchase” page of the Ruby website which describes the sale process and provides you with an online form to fill out to purchase a home at Ruby.
Yes. Contact us for more information.
Yes. Click here for full details from the Australian Tax Office.
Click here to view the Investor Benefits document.
Yes, for 10% of purchase price.
Yes. Refer to EER.
Possibly, at the discretion of the builder/developer
The building manager will have duties that relate to the common areas of the development such as organisation of essential trades and preventative maintenance services, reporting of issues requiring attention and quality control of regular service providers (eg cleaners).
Residents at Ruby will have access to the Building Link portal to report issues that require attention and this also works as a general resident communication portal.
We expect construction to be completed in late 2019.
Ruby will be built by well known Canberra builder, Core Building Group. Our sales staff will be happy to show you examples of past quality residential developments that have been built by Core.
POD has already successfully delivered over 1000 residential and commercial properties throughout Canberra. Click here to see our past projects.
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