Better outcomes
for everyone.

We have a long-term commitment to positively engage with the communities in which we work.

For us, community is as much a part of an investment strategy as the location or tenant. By consulting with the surrounding community we can factor their needs into the scope of our investments analysis, and develop a deeper knowledge of the market.

We can identify unique opportunities sooner for optimum strategies.

We support charity and community-based organisations both financially and through the voluntary work of our people. Charities we regularly support include The Sydney Children’s Hospital, NSW Maccabi, Cancer Council NSW, BINA, Kids Under Cover and the Council for Jewish Education.


Sydney Children’s Hospitals Foundation is an independent Health Promotion charity, working towards a world where every child has access to the best healthcare, when and where they need it, and to achieve that vision they want to involve the entire community in bringing it to life.

Established in 1986, to date the Foundation have contributed almost $200 million to support sick children and their families, with a promise to deliver extraordinary outcomes for children’s health and wellbeing.


Midtown Centre – Architectural First in Adaptive Reuse

In an architectural first in Australia, the Midtown Centre was developed through the amalgamation of two existing office buildings into a high quality A Grade commercial office building; that is setting Australia’s new benchmark for asset re-purposing, sustainability, health and wellness.
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Oxford & Foley

Very excited to kick off the office and retail leasing campaign for Oxford & Foley - Re-imagining Sydney's Iconic Oxford Street Makers & Creators enquire here -
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Oxford Street Transformation

Oxford Street will be dramatically transformed under a City of Sydney plan to turn the strip into a massive cultural and creative precinct, raising building heights and opening it to hundreds of millions of dollars of development. “We’re breathing new life into the fabulous strip with innovative controls to support growth and diversity, protect heritage and character and promote both day and night-time economies – all while ensuring the development of cultural space, such as new basement bars and space for creatives” (Lord mayor Clover Moore).
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