• 505 George Street wins international Architectural Review MIPIM Future Project Award

    The Architectus and Ingenhoven Architects designed 505 George Street has just been awarded the prestigious MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Award at the MIPIM annual global property exhibition in Cann... more
  • EG and Stronach settle one of the last large-scale developments in Newcastle’s East End

    One of Australia’s leading real estate development managers, EG Developments (EG), and joint venture partner, Stronach, have settled one of the last large-scale developments in Newcastle’s East End; an $87 ... more
  • $106M redevelopment completed at Canterbury League Club

    The popular Canterbury League Club in Sydney, which started off as a small community hall in 1957, has just been given a $106 million facelift to meet the needs of its 62,000 members and the local community. ... more
  • Sustainable student accommodation completed at Monash University

    Monash University’s new highly sustainable student accommodation complex at its Peninsula campus has been completed. Located in Frankston, Victoria, the Peninsula campus is considered to be the third large... more

Barrack Place awarded 6 Star Green Star As Built Rating

Barrack Place has been awarded the prestigious 6 Star Green Star – As Built Certified Rating from the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA). Located at 151 Clarence Street Sydney, Barrack Place was completed in 2018 and is now a sustainable and technologically-advanced commercial office building. Barrack Place has already been recognised as Australia’s first ever WELL Core & Shell Gold Pre-certified Building by the International WELL Building Institute. The 6 Star Green Star – As Built Certified Rating represents a world-class standard in environmentally sustainable design and acknowledge... more

Lendlease to deliver Gold Coast airport terminal expansion

Lendlease has been appointed to deliver Gold Coast Airport’s southern terminal expansion - the next phase of the $370 million airport redevelopment, Project LIFT. New plans indicate that the development - a three-level terminal, including aerobridges, built to the south of the current facility – will move forward in the coming months. Queensland Airports Limited CEO Chris Mills said Lendlease’s appointment represents a significant step forward for the Gold Coast Airport project, which would address capacity issues and pave the way for future passenger growth. “Gold Coast Airport looks after 6.6 ... more

Final tower completed at $2.5B Collins Square development

The fifth and final commercial office tower at Walker Corporation’s landmark $2.5 billion Collins Square development in Melbourne’s CBD has been completed. Collins Square is considered to be one of the largest commercial mixed-use developments in Australia. Spanning an entire city block, it consists of five commercial office buildings with more than 250,000 square metres of commercial space and 10,000 square metres of retail area. Located at 727 Collins Street, the final $168.5 million tower spans 33-levels and reaches an impressive 117 metres in height. It provides a total area of approximately 40,00... more

Architects selected to design $60M Bendigo TAFE City Campus

Architecture firms Architectus and Six Degrees have been appointed to design the $60 million redevelopment of the Bendigo TAFE City Campus. The news follows the Victorian Government’s announcement of over $2.3 million in funding for Bendigo TAFE to deliver courses in welding, plumbing, horticulture and disability to meet the needs of the local community and industry. As a result of the $172 million Free TAFE program that is making 30 priority TAFE courses and 20 pre-apprenticeship courses tuition fee free from this year, more enrolments are expected at TAFEs across Victoria. The Bendigo city campus re... more

First stage of Canberra’s $100M market precinct green-lit

Elanor Investors Group (Elanor) has gained approval for the first stage of its $100 million revitalisation of Canberra’s Belconnen Markets precinct. Positioned just nine kilometres from Parliament House and close to a high-density residential development, Stage One of the project will comprise 3,750 square metres (sqm) of strip retail ideally suited to retailers with floorplans between 200 sqm and 1,000 sqm in size. Elanor Investors Group CEO Glenn Willis said in the short time since acquiring the property in June, they’ve been pleased with the progress to revitalise the precinct. With Stage One app... more

University of Newcastle unveils high-tech building design

The University of Newcastle (UON) has revealed the design of the first building on its highly-anticipated Honeysuckle City Campus Development. Designed by EJE Architecture, the building is sleek, sophisticated and transparent and features a high-tech/high-thermal performance double glazed façade system. The 20-metre building is set to house a brand new state-of-the-art innovation hub, as well as new facilities for the university’s School of Creative Industries. According to EJE Architecture Director Anthony Furniss the building was designed to be ‘a stage within the city’ – or a showcase of c... more

First stage of one Adelaide’s biggest urban projects completed

The first stage of one of Adelaide’s biggest CBD-based urban renewable projects, the West Franklin mixed-use development, has just been completed. Situated on the corner of Elizabeth and Franklin Streets, Greaton Development Pty Ltd's (Greaton) $140 million development transforms the former site of the iconic Balfours Bakery into two towers of 17 and 19 storeys. Designed by local multidisciplinary design practice Brown Falconer, West Franklin’s 17-storey southern tower features 150 apartments, while the 19-storey northern tower boasts 122 apartments and houses a separate rooftop club-style lounge with ... more

SA architects win tender for new Whyalla High School

South Australian-based architects, Cox Architecture and Thomson Rossi, are set to design a brand new $100 million secondary school in Whyalla, South Australia.  Plans indicate that Whyalla High School will be a state-of-the-art new school designed to reflect modern educational environments and will focus on supporting future skills needs that lead to jobs. The school will be designed with an entrepreneurial hub and contemporary STEM facilities, giving local students the opportunity to learn skills in innovation, advanced technology and to study in areas that have strong links to the local industry. Why... more