Projects

  • Melbourne could have its own Uber Air Skyport

    A design concept for a new Uber Air Skyport imagined by award-winning architecture studio, Pickard Chilton, and global design and consulting firm, Arup, was showcased at Uber’s 3rd Elevate Summit this week in... more
  • $280M New York meatpacking-style development coming to Collingwood

    Wellington Street in Collingwood is set to be transformed into a New York Meatpackers-style $280 million luxury residential and retail precinct, Victoria and Vine, in the coming weeks.  Developed by GURNER... more
  • Stage two at Sydney’s UNSW Biosciences completed

    Stage two of UNSW Sydney’s Biological Sciences Building upgrade has just been completed by Multiplex, continuing the regeneration and expansion of the world-class Biomedical Precinct. Designed by Woods Bag... more
  • Melbourne office leads way in sustainable development

    Works have concluded on a five-storey extension to 276 Flinders Street - a landmark moment for sustainable development in Australia. The new building at 276 Flinders Street used cross-laminated timber (CLT) ... more

Foundations laid for $50M Gold Coast Airport hotel

There were more trucks than planes parked at the Gold Coast Airport the past two Saturdays, as two million litres of concrete was delivered for the foundations of the airport’s $50 million Rydges-branded hotel. More than 330 trucks delivered approximately 2,050 cubic metres of concrete – or enough to fill 200,000 suitcases – on the first two Saturdays of June. The completion of the 3,000 square metre concrete slab marked an important milestone for the project and paves the way for the hotel to rise from the ground. Queensland Airports Limited Executive General Manager Property and Infrastructure, ... more

Partnership to deliver $600M Brisbane riverfront development

Cbus Property has secured its second commercial office project in Brisbane’s CBD, in a deal this week with local developer, Nielson Properties. The project will combine neighbouring sites, 205 North Quay and 30 Herschel Street (one of the last undeveloped corner sites on Brisbane’s river), to transform a 3,000 square metre riverfront corner site into a $600 million A-grade commercial building. 205 North Quay is expected to add 50,000 square metres of net lettable area to the Brisbane CBD office market and responds directly to the emergence of the North Quarter precinct which has received record infras... more

Construction begins on $300M luxury residential tower in Yarra’s Edge

ASX-listed property group, Mirvac, broke ground on its highly-anticipated Voyager residential tower in Yarra’s Edge at a sod turning ceremony last Friday. Located along the north facing bank of the Yarra River on the cusp of Melbourne’s CBD, Yarra’s Edge is a coveted inner-city waterfront community that has been developed by Mirvac over the past 20 years. Now home to over 3,000 residents, this master-planned neighbourhood is designed around wellbeing with extensive parkland, state-of-the-art health and wellness facilities, a local shopping precinct and a marina. Set to rise approximately 130 metre... more

Flinders University launches $1.5 billion campus upgrade

A transformational $1.5 billion development at Flinders University’s Bedford Park campus, Flinders Village, is on track to become the largest integrated health and education precinct in South Australia, adding economic value to the state and the nation. Positioned across from the new Flinders Station, the development will feature student accommodation, an advanced Health Research facility, transitional health accommodation, a hotel, and amenities such as retail facilities, benefitting students, staff and the community. Vice-Chancellor Professor, Colin Stirling, believes that Flinders Village will energis... more
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Construction starts on $7.5M Ipswich library

Construction has officially commenced on the new two-storey Rosewood Library, located in Ipswich, Queensland today. The $7.5 million Rosewood Library is set to provide the residents of outer and western areas of Ipswich with a new place to enjoy, learn and grow. The new facility includes a full-length awning and a heritage style façade which are designed to blend in well and complement the streetscape. As with many modern libraries, it will feature a children’s space, a maker space, meeting rooms and technology which will future proof the service for years to come. Queensland Minister for Local Go... more

Property industry aligns to deliver $9M Frontyard redevelopment

Australia’s world-class property industry, through the Property Industry Foundation (PIF), have rallied together to complete the $9 million redevelopment of Melbourne City Mission’s Frontyard Youth Refuge at 19 King St. On any given night one in 200 people are homeless and 38 per cent are under the age of 25, making it over 44,000 young Australians sleeping on the streets each night – the PIF is committed to changing this. In an outstanding effort, more than $1.5 million in services have been donated pro-bono to the Frontyard redevelopment by a large consortium of top-tier consultants. The pro-bon... more

Plans for Parramatta’s new $280M engineering innovation hub revealed

Detailed plans for Parramatta’s new $280 million Engineering Innovation Hub have been revealed and the proposal is now on display for members of the community to view and have their say on the development. The proposed 19-storey Engineering Innovation Hub will be an Australian-first, delivered through a joint venture between Western Sydney University and UNSW Sydney, and in collaboration with Charter Hall. Earlier this year, a team comprising Tzannes and Blight Rayner Architecture won a Design Excellence Competition to design the hub. Located in the heart of the Parramatta CBD, the Engineering and Inn... more

Work underway on Stage 3 of Melbourne Park redevelopment

The Victorian Government is progressing with the $271.55 million Stage 3 redevelopment of Melbourne Park, and has announced that Lendlease has been appointed to manage the delivery of the project. The redevelopment aims to ensure Melbourne Park remains a state-of-the-art sporting and entertainment precinct, and to guarantee the Australian Open remains in Melbourne until at least 2036. The Stage 3 redevelopment will include the construction of a new multi-purpose 5,000-seat sunken show court arena and a central logistics hub. It will also deliver a brand new function and media centre, pre-event spaces, i... more