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- Managing Director's Message May 2013
- Managing Director's Message March 2012
- Managing Director's Message July 2012
- Kings Square Buildings Sold
- Hamilton Harbour flexes retail muscle with Anytime Fitness secured
- Leighton Properties 40 Year Anniversary
- Starting Out: Brian Melloy
- The Growing Up Years: Vyril Vella
- Star City: The Back Story
- The Making Of: Westpac Place
- Mosaic Construction Underway
- Riverside Hamilton Harbour
- Kings Square Precinct
- King George Central
- Managing Director's Message December 2012
- Sydney office relocating
- King George Central Opens
- HBF in negotiations to relocate to Kings Square
- 241 - 245 Oxford Street Bondi Junction:DA submitted
- Vale to a Great Friend and Colleague
- Perth City Link Shortlist
- Investa funds acquires 567 Collins Street
- Melbourne WRAP Project Underway
- WRAP apartments progressing well
- WRAP construction update
- Erskineville Development Approved
- Erskineville Update July 2012
- How Erskineville Has Changed
- ERKO Apartments Stage 2 Launch
- Eclipse Tower Topping Out
- Strong Sale for Eclipse Tower
- Leighton Properties and Ipswich City Properties lodge Development Application for second commercial tower in Ipswich CBD
- Iconic Ipswich landmark celebrates topping out milestone
- Leighton Properties’ King George Central Reaches the Top
- ICON Ipswich unveiled as work commences on the $1 billion revitalisation of Ipswich CBD
- Leighton Properties and The Carlyle Group announce joint venture partnership and acquire Mosaic site
- Sustained strong demand sees Brisbane’s King George Central reach pre-commitment milestone
- New Generation Office Development to Replace Perth Entertainment Centre site
- Managing Director's Message December 2011
- Two Towers Sold in Record Making Deals
- Hamilton Harbour Moves In
- Hamilton Harbour Welcomes Two Major Tenants
- Vale to a Great Colleague
- Leighton Properties Awards
- Erskineville Development on its way
- Leighton Properties wins at Brisbane Lord Mayor’s Business Awards
- State Government secures entire commercial tower in the Ipswich CBD
- Leighton Properties structures for growth
- HQ wins Development of the Year Award
- David Stewart celebrates Topping Out
- Plans progress on the multi-million dollar renewal of Ipswich CBD
- 567 Collins Street Gets Green Light
- 145 Ann largest office transaction
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COMPLETE. The Green Square precinct is located on the corner of St Paul’s Terrace and Constance Street in Fortitude Valley.
Completed by Leighton Contractors
in October 2007, it incorporates 17,700 sqm of office space leased to the
Brisbane City Council. It has the largest floor plates in the city fringe, with
NLA ranging from 2,000 - 4,500 sqm.
South Tower achieved Queensland’s first 5 Star Green Star Office Design v2 Rating by the Green Building Council of Australia. This represents Australian Excellence and places the project among an elite group of Australian developments.
The building also achieved a 5 Star Green Star Office As Built v2 Rating by the GBCA scoring:
- maximum points in transport for its cyclist facilities and proximity to public transport
- highly in water for its use of water efficient fixtures and fittings, water metering and rainwater harvesting, and water reuse for landscape irrigation
COMPLETE. A six storey A Grade commercial building, 7 London Circuit presents an ultra modern and ‘futuristic’ public face in keeping with the key client’s business outlook. Approximately 18,140 sqm NLA, with secure basement parking for 150 cars, it’s designed to work cohesively with its neighbour, 18 Marcus Clarke.?
The striking curved building of 7 London Circuit is a site specific response to the Walter Burley Griffin Canberra Masterplan. A dramatic and transparent street frontage is created using an innovative floor to ceiling glass facade system. The development's unique form distinguishes it from other commercial buildings in Australia, creating an iconic identity.
The NICTA Campus is designed from the inside-out by international award winning designers, Woods Bagot. A seven storey atrium connects London Circuit to William Clemens Street – and links the NICTA Campus development to 18 Marcus Clarke - creating an oasis for tenants and visitors. With work areas close to natural light, it’s one of the most efficient developments in Canberra. ?
These buildings are further united by a floating roof that strikes a distinctive silhouette. It folds along its western edge to create a glazed veil, which further strengthens the integrated campus feel of the two joined buildings.
Two work spaces are separated and joined by a fully enclosed ‘street’. Special architectural features in the walls facing the street create a connection between all users of the building. Initiatives are embedded into the design to ensure the NICTA Campus becomes a benchmark ESD building in Canberra.
COMPLETE. The eye catching design of 18 Marcus Clarke is reflective of
Walter Burley Griffin's original geometric plan for the City of Canberra,
Australia's capital city. The site forms the central portion of Block 16
Section 61 and the building was designed to relate to nearby older buildings
whilst presenting a modern composition. The development is carefully set within
the site to allow an extensive open space treatment, creating an integrated
public domain around the building with an emphasis to Marcus Clarke Street and
William Clemens Street.
The elevation to Marcus Clarke Street features a horizontal bladed wall to Level 8, highlighted by a projecting central portion of the curvilinear glass facade and a specially designed winter garden that will capture maximum natural light and assist with natural ventilation. The carefully crafted facade elements help reduce the scale and articulate the building form. Expansive window treatments - including a sill height set at 450mm - were designed to offer views from the building and provide excellent connections to the surrounding environment.
The building is fully leased to the Department of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries and was on-sold to Industry Superannuation Property Trust.
COMPLETE. 25 Smith Street is strategically located in the core of the Parramatta CBD on the north western corner of Smith and Macquarie Streets.
The project includes retail shops and 8 levels of office space over a ground floor entry lobby. It has frontages to Smith Street, Macquarie Street, Macquarie Lane and Erby Lane and adjoins the 860 space Harwood Place car park.
Designed by Crone Partners, the architectural character of the building recognises its corner position, the historic elements of Parramatta and responds sympathetically with more recent curtain wall buildings in the area.
The historical significance of the site resulted in a thorough archaeological investigation being undertaken prior to commencement. A striking artwork was designed for the foyer of the building to display the subsequent archaeological findings for the general public and tenants to enjoy.
COMPLETE. 101 George Street is situated within a sector of Parramatta experiencing revitalisation and commercial growth.
This A Grade development of approximately 30,000 sqm gross built area comprises 11 levels and involved the construction of a new tower rising from a low rise integrated podium base. The configuration of the building includes a basement, entry foyer, retail and commercial space, car parking, loading dock and services.
The building takes full advantage of the corner aspect of the site with the building’s entrance located predominantly on the intersection of George Street and Charles Street. The architectural character of the building recognises its corner position within the historic centre of Parramatta and responds sympathetically with more recent curtain wall buildings.
Car parking ventilation outlets are skilfully located within the same facade treatment and rhythm of window openings. Articulation, using louvres within glazing frames, contributes to a high level of discretion of the car parking levels. Retail tenancies activate the facades at street level shielding the car park and loading dock. The foyer is accessed at the prominent street corner. Five lifts serve the car park levels and tower floors. Scissor fire stairs are located at the central core and a traditional stair is located on the western perimeter.
The development was purchased by Colonial First State Properties (Commonwealth Property Office Fund).
COMPLETE. Home Central Kawana is part of the burgeoning Kawana Waters Central Business District on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland. It sits on seven hectares, accommodating eight buildings and housing 32 tenancy areas ranging in size from 300 sqm to over 8,600 sqm.
As one of the largest bulky goods centres on the eastern seaboard, it takes advantage of the Sunshine Coast’s location as South East Queensland’s fastest growing region.
Positioned on Kawana Way, Home Central Kawana incorporates excellent street frontage, quality architectural design and a vibrant retail mix.