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Braddon is an inner north suburb of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, and is located adjacent to the Canberra CBD. The suburb is one of the oldest suburbs in Canberra, settled in 1922 and gazetted as a division name in September 1928. It contained Canberra's first light-industrial area. In recent years this area has begun to be redeveloped as an entertainment and residential precinct. Other areas have been redeveloped with flats. It is now Canberra's most densely populated suburb.
The construction of the Braddon Garden City heritage precinct the area bounded by Donaldson, Elimatta, Batman and Currong streets began in 1921 and 1922. This was the only completed example of a design for a residential area in Canberra by Walter Burley Griffin. The suburb was gazetted as a division name in September 1928. The following areas are heritage listed: The Braddon Garden City, Gorman House, Hotel Ainslie, Ainslie primary, The Whitley House, Haig Park, Northbourne Oval and the former Coggan's Bakery at 36 Mort Street. Braddon contains a commercial area centred on Mort and Lonsdale streets, which run parallel to Northbourne Avenue. The area includes several small art galleries, car rental agencies and a few mid-market restaurants.