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Construction starts at The Heights, Durack

Foundations are underway for the first homes at The Heights, Durack Foundations are underway for the first homes at The Heights, Durack

Construction has officially started on the first homes at The Heights, Durack – the new residential community taking shape adjacent to Charles Darwin University’s Palmerston campus.

Several leading Territory builders have begun work on-site at the $450 million project by CIC Australia, which will ultimately see 882 new homes built this decade. Parks, bike paths, walking tracks and a lakeside community centre for local events and exhibitions are also being established.

Project Director of The Heights, Durack, Geoff Smith said he was delighted to see the foundations being laid on the first homes after months of extensive civil works.

“We are absolutely delighted to welcome the first builders on to the site and to see the first new homes at The Heights, Durack, begin to take shape,” Mr Smith said.

“We have been working tirelessly on civil construction activities for almost 12 months, so to now proceed to housing construction is a great thrill for us, and most importantly for buyers whose plans are in the process of being brought to fruition.

“Several home builds are now underway and up to 30 more are scheduled to commence by the end of the year, so we’re not too far away from welcoming our first residents.”

More than 150 blocks have already been sold at The Heights, Durack since it was launched to the market 12 months ago.

Facilitating a diverse choice of housing options aimed at young professionals through to growing families, empty nesters and retirees, The Heights, Durack, features a broad range of lot sizes ranging from 250 sq m to 850 sq m plus.

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