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CBUS Property

Cbus Property is a wholly owned subsidiary of Cbus, the industry superannuation fund established in 1984 for the construction, building and allied industries, with funds under management exceeding $59 billion at 31 December 2020.

Cbus Property has responsibility for the strategic performance and management of all aspects of the Cbus direct property investment business, including major investments and developments in the commercial, residential and industrial sectors. 

The property portfolio exceeds $5.0 billion, with a further $4.0 billion of development work ‘in hand’, making Cbus Property one of Australia’s leading integrated property investors.

Cbus Property has extensive experience undertaking sustainable initiatives within Australia and is committed to using its considerable experience in the investment and delivery of developments that provide a benchmark for both economic and environmental sustainability, including having finished second globally out of 964 companies in the 2019 Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB). Visit Website

  • 35 Spring St, Melbourne


  • 443 Queen St, Brisbane


To pay homage to the historic site, Cbus Property curated a team of Australia's most innovative and highly regarded architects and designers. Together, through thoughtful and carefully considered interpretation, they have envisioned a neighbourhood that is set to inspire the community for many years to come.

  • Harbord Diggers Club, Freshwater


Cbus Property

Adrian Pozzo, CEO
Cbus Property is responsible for some of Australia’s most recognisable high-end property developments. From luxury urban developments to bold innovative commercial office accommodation, Cbus Property is highly experienced and committed to delivering developments that set a benchmark for environmental, financial and social sustainability.

Cbus Property is a wholly owned subsidiary of Cbus, the industry superannuation fund for the construction, building, infrastructure and allied industries.
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Bates Smart

Matthew Allen, Studio Director
Bates Smart is a multidisciplinary design firm delivering architecture, interior design, urban design and strategic services across Australia. Celebrating its 165th anniversary this year, Bates Smart is dedicated to creating award-winning projects that transform the fabric of a city and the way people use and inhabit urban spaces and built environments.

Acting as masterplan architect to Newmarket, Bates Smart is synonymous for delivering premium developments including Australian Embassy in Washington, 1 Denison Street in Sydney, Hyatt Regency Sydney, 171 Collins Street in Melbourne, Crown Towers Perth, 25 King in Brisbane, Canberra Airport Hotel, Intercontinental Sydney Double Bay and the upcoming Darwin Westin Hotel, Jam Factory in South Yarra, Bendigo Hospital, Constitution Place in Canberra, 35 Spring Street, and The Store in Newcastle.
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Alex Longley, Director
As a design-driven landscape architecture and urban design practice, Arcadia Landscape Architecture approaches every project from the perspective of the human experience. Passion and constant innovation underpin world-class outcomes that explore and harness the unique value and potential of each site.

Arcadia Landscape Architecture puts people at the forefront when developing landscape designs, carefully considering the most likely and advantageous use of every space. The team at Arcadia thinks deeply about the idea of placemaking, taking the time to discover how people want to spend time with others and acknowledging the lifestyle component of their projects.

A few landmark projects that we’ve worked on in the past include Mascot Central, Kiaora Lane Double Bay, Barrack Place and Shout Ridge and Dunstan Grove.
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Inglis Family Representative

Arthur Inglis
For 112 years, William Inglis and Son Ltd have run their renowned bloodstock operation at Newmarket, Randwick. The family owned business has played a vital role in Australian racing history, with many of the country’s finest thoroughbreds passing through the Newmarket sales ring. Preserving the heritage of the site is crucial to the Inglis family.
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OCP Architect

Geoff Stennett, Heritage Architect
With over 30 years’ experience, OCP Architects aim to provide architecture that is distinctive, while responding well to its surroundings, and take particular pride in their approach to the conservation of heritage buildings and sites.

OCP Architects utilise their in depth knowledge of heritage and conservation practices within the framework of urban revitalisation to ensure that heritage places retain a sense of their authenticity, enhance opportunities for positive community interaction and create a unique sense of place.

The company is committed to the pursuit of excellence and the development of high quality environments which has been recognised in many of their award winning projects including Carriageworks at Eveleigh, Gantry Project in Camperdown, Central Railway Station and Jones Bay Wharf.
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Neeson Murcutt Architects

Rachel Neeson, Director
Neeson Murcutt Architects Pty Ltd is an agile studio-based architectural firm recognised for the delivery of award- winning architecture. They are one of a few architecture practices in Australia headed by a sole female director and appreciate the value of role modelling for a future generation of women in the workforce.

At Newmarket, Neeson Murcutt bring their depth of experience in the design of bespoke houses to craft apartments and terraces that feel like ‘home.’ They understand human touch, scale and atmosphere, and look to bring a heightened experience of the elemental – arrival home, places to sit, places to eat, places to bathe, places to sleep. By shaping spaces around these fundamental human activities they are able to make each one special. A few of their notable projects include Coastal Garden House, Juanita Nielson Community Centre, Alfred Park Pool and Kempsey Crescent Head Surf Life Saving Club.
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SJB Architects

Adam Haddow, Director
SJB is an award-winning interdisciplinary design firm passionate about the possibilities of architecture, interiors, urban design and planning. SJB approaches design in an integrated way and is recognised as an astute collection of experts who respond sensitively to the urban fabric of cities and regions, combining knowledge and experience with creative design solution.

By treating each project as unique, SJB Architects make old places jump with activity again, revitalising them to embrace their history and to support a new community.

Led by industry leading practitioners, SJB’s ability to deliver unique, delightful and remarkable buildings is demonstrated across a dynamic range of contemporary projects. Some remarkable projects SJB have worked on include Casba Waterloo (Category Winner in the World Architecture Festival Awards for mixed-use building), Erko in Sydney’s Inner West and Glebe Harbour at Blackwattle Bay to name a few.
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Residential Colliers International

Peter Chittenden, Managing Director
Colliers International is an industry leading global real estate company operating in 66 countries and delivers a full range of services to real estate occupiers, owners and investors across all sectors worldwide. Their experience and expertise in setting, launching and selling out residential projects from large multi-staged mixed-use developments to boutique developments, is unparalleled.

With access to industry leading intellectual capital alongside ongoing market analysis, Colliers International delivers consistent, credible and real time knowledge on the ever-changing landscape of the residential marketplace. Colliers International pride themselves on building and sharing expertise in order to create success for their clients and customers.
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Smart Design Studio

William Smart, Creative Director
The philosophy of Smart Design Studio (SDS) can be distilled into three simple words: excellence, innovation and collaboration. The studio’s portfolio reflects this process with experience in the design and construction of a number of iconic projects such as Connor at Central Park, Indigo Slam and White Rabbit Art Gallery as well as a wide range of refined commercial, multi-residential and adaptive re- use projects, including the Moreton Bondi, Maxwell at Harold Park and Arlington Grove.

SDS have been operating for over 20 years as a successful practice with the capacity and experience to undertake a broad array of projects applying Their experience in design and documentation to each project they undertake - whilst striving to introduce innovation in order to continually invigorate their work.
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