IVES are spacious 2, 3 and 4 bedroom residences surrounded by communal and private green spaces. Where zoning allows for 50 dwellings, IVES presents a more considered and sustainable 32 residences, each with a minimum 6-star energy rating and solar panels (up to 7.8kW) to reduce your carbon footprint. The green outdoor spaces also aid in cooling the urban environment.
Set above and behind the proposed street-level commercial offerings, IVES completes the vision for the new and vibrant Bruce precinct, ensuring residents have access to amenity not seen before in the area.
IVES is the residential spearhead of an entirely new retail precinct in Bruce. The proposed blend of straight retail, food and beverage, and commercial offices will naturally generate a community hub, providing a lively and convenient background for life in IVES residences.
Every element of IVES has been conceived with practicality in mind, but also beauty. The contemporary interiors deliver elegant and spacious living areas where you need them most, while natural textures and finishes ensure an organic feel to the IVES palette. Choosing IVES is choosing better.
A mere 7km northwest of the City, Bruce is a quiet achiever, delivering the convenience of inner-city living within a stone’s throw of some of the Bush Capital’s best nature reserves.
Stanley Bruce was Australia’s 8th prime minister and first chancellor of the Australian National University (ANU). Within walking distance you will find Radford College, the University of Canberra, the Australian Institute of Sport and the Canberra Institute of Technology. Just minutes away are Calvary Hospital, ANU and the Canberra International Sports and Aquatic Centre.
Located on Thynne Street just off Haydon Drive, IVES positions you to seize the day no matter your agenda. Find yourself in Dickson, Braddon, Westfield Belconnen or the Canberra Centre in under 10 minutes. Enjoy the short walk with the kids to Fern Hill Park and Playground, or venture further afield to explore Black Mountain Nature Reserve and the National Arboretum.