Works underway to restore Melbourne’s landmark City Baths

    Melbourne’s iconic City Baths is receiving a much-needed $2.5 million spruce-up, helping to restore the historic fitness centre while supporting jobs and businesses. ​Lord Mayor of Melbourne, Sally Capp,... more


    Pierce Property appoints construction company to Riserva Cammeray

    Pierce Property has appointed award-winning construction company, Dynamic Projects, in a $14 million construction contract to build its luxury boutique development, Riserva located on an elevated site in the id... more


    Built and Irongate lodge Phillip Street heritage development application

    Built and Irongate Group (Irongate) in joint venture (the Built Irongate JV), have announced the lodgement of a Stage 1 State Significant Development Application (Stage 1 SSDA) for the redevelopment of a luxury... more


    Northern Sydney’s landmark NATURA development tops out

    A major milestone has been reached by BESIX Watpac in the delivery of Romeciti’s luxury NATURA residential development in Macquarie Park, New South Wales. NATURA is a twin tower, 334 apartment luxury resid... more

  • Works underway to restore Melbourne’s landmark City Baths
  • Pierce Property appoints construction company to Riserva Cammeray
  • Built and Irongate lodge Phillip Street heritage development application
  • Northern Sydney’s landmark NATURA development tops out

Major transformation of Mitchell Freeway southbound now one step closer

Smart Freeways technology is one step closer to being rolled out along the Mitchell Freeway southbound, with three consortia invited to submit detailed design and construction proposals. The three consortia shortlisted are: CPB, GHD, UGL and SAGE Intelligent Freeways Alliance (NRW, Lendlease Services, WSP) SmartWays Alliance (BMD, Ventia, Arup). This stage of the project will deliver coordinated ramp signals at seven freeway entry ramps from Reid Highway to Vincent Street, ensuring vehicles enter the freeway safely and efficiently while avoiding stop-start conditions at known pinch points. Closer to the city, Smart Freeway infrastructure will be installed with lane use management…

North Shore Health Hub reaches practical completion

The North Shore Hub in St Leonards has reached practical completion, providing a high-quality healthcare facility integrated into the North Shore Hospital precinct. Developed by Dexus, owned by Dexus Healthcare Property Fund (DHPF) and built by Roberts Co, the North Shore Health Hub is a state-of-the-art healthcare facility across approximately 16,000 square metres, providing health and medical services to the community. Executive General Manager of Funds Management at Dexus, Deborah Coakley, said the completion of the North Shore Health Hub adds a new, first-class asset to DHPF’s portfolio, and demonstrates Dexus’ expertise in delivering infrastructure that will facilitate the growing…

Kingsfield estate to use recycled materials in its roads

At a time when leadership in sustainable innovations has never been more crucial, Melbourne-based property group, Moremac, is paving the way for developers with the first residential estate in Victoria to use recycled, post-consumer materials in its roads. Located in the booming growth corridor of Sunbury in Melbourne’s North-West, Moremac’s Kingsfield estate is setting the benchmark for community-focused, sustainable living with a bold commitment that is seeing recycled materials melted down and used for bitumen. Made from repurposed goods like glass, soft plastics, tyres and cartridges, Reconophalt is a road surfacing material that offers a sustainable solution for single-use waste…

Calling all artists, Queen’s Wharf seeks masterpieces

Queen’s Wharf Brisbane is offering homegrown artists a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity as a multi-million-dollar search commences for showstopping installations to go on permanent display in the precinct. Contemporary masterpieces are being sought for placement in a series of outdoor locations that will be peppered across the 7.5 hectares of public space included in the $3.6 billion project. The art procurement process kicked off by Destination Brisbane Consortium (DBC) today is one of the biggest undertaken by a corporate entity in Queensland. It presents local artists with an unforgettable chance to have their work commissioned and showcased to the millions of Australian…

New Geelong Civic Precinct celebrates Aboriginal heritage

The City of Greater Geelong’s new Civic Precinct, including City offices and surrounding community space, will be known as ‘Wurriki Nyal’ (WUU-ruh-kih nee-YAHL), Wadawurrung words meaning ‘speak and talk together’. Developer partner Quintessential Equity also announced the name of the precinct’s proposed second building would be ‘Ngytan Koriayo’ (nee-YAHT-ern kohr-ri-AY-yoh), which means ‘look over the water, see all around Corio Bay’, highlighting the building’s views for visitors and staff. The commercial building will be funded and owned by Quintessential Equity. The names come from Wadawurrung language, the original language of the lands, waters, seas and skies that now include the…

Victorian war memorial path honours veterans

Reflecting the spirit of the famous Avenues of Honour in Melbourne's west, Aintree’s Walk of Honour is now complete, showcasing over 180 trees and just under 150 individual plaques commemorating the men and women who have served and sacrificed and those who continue to serve the country. The $1.5 million project, brought to life by Victoria Investments and Properties (VIP) and Mirvac, has been under construction for four years and now leads directly into Woodlea’s new $45 million Town Centre precinct, Woodlea Town. Converging into a formal reflection point that will host future commemorative ceremonies including ANZAC Day and Remembrance…

European style boulevard for the heart of Sydney

Wider footpaths, new street furniture and extensive paving for walking and outdoor dining will transform Sydney’s George Street into a world-class pedestrian boulevard and draw people back to the city. The City of Sydney has commenced work on creating 9,000 square metres of car-free space along the George Street light rail route from Town Hall down to Railway Square. There are also plans to open up a new public space on Devonshire Street between Chalmers and Elizabeth streets in Surry Hills, with work set to start in 2022. Lord Mayor of Sydney, Clover Moore, said the $43.5 million project will…