2010 - 2019
The Finery, Waterloo NSW
Completed in 2019 and located In Waterloo, just 3.7km from the CBD, cosmopolitan living meets urban convenience at The Finery. Residents enjoy the luxury of beautifully crafted apartments, a lush and serene courtyard garden and a relaxing rooftop pool terrace, whilst enjoying some of Sydney’s best cafes, restaurants and shopping.
Harold Park, Forest Lodge NSW
Beloved by the community, the award-winning Harold Park, located in Forest Lodge NSW, has revived the former raceway into a bustling community precinct. With a strong heritage and sustainability focus, the project's lush parklands has created a 20 hectare green corridor to the harbour foreshore, with architecture that pays homage to the rich history of the site. Harold Park has won a number of awards including, the award for Great new place to live and/or work at the 2019 Greater Sydney Planning Awards, the Lloyd Rees Award for Urban Design and the Lord Mayors Award at the 2019 NSW Australian Institute of Architecture Awards and 'Gold' in the category of Architecture – Multi Residential at the 2019 Sydney Design Awards.
Brighton Lakes, Moorebank NSW
Completed in late 2018, Mirvac created an aspirational masterplanned community which set a new standard for the area; a high quality connected and sustainable masterplanned community designed for a healthy active lifestyle, offering diverse housing choice and smart living with access to river parklands and resort-style facilities adjacent to a picturesque golf course. Located in Moorebank, Brighton Lakes adopted an innovative approach by being the first Mirvac project to be built using the pre-fabricated Velocity construction technique in partnership with CSR.
Ovo, Green Square NSW
The tallest tower in Green Square, NSW, Ovo is part of the revitalisation of Green Square. The tower was awarded a Good Design winner at the 2019 Good Design Awards. Mirvac and Landcom are building a new Town Centre at Green Square, where beautifully designed apartments will line streets brimming with interesting places to eat and shop. Surrounded by a plaza and library, landscaped parks and commercial spaces designed for the modern workforce. It will be a neighbourhood on a human scale, one that celebrates the individual and the artisan. A global village for the global citizen.
Art House, South Brisbane QLD
Art House in South Brisbane is the perfect fusion of apartment living with after-hours lifestyle. Perched above the city, a mere 850m from the Brisbane CBD, convenience is at its core with West End, Queen Street Mall and the delights of South Bank all close by. Residents can step outside and lose themselves in a cosmopolitan haven teaming with street art, hidden venues and headline restaurants. Inside, the apartments feature modern, considered design which creates the perfect backdrop to showcase their personal style.
Harcrest, Wantirna South VIC
Acquired in 2008 and completed in 2017, our Harcrest community in Wantirna South is equal parts beautiful and functional, with sweeping views of the Dandenong Ranges setting the backdrop for the 6+ star energy rated Mirvac homes. The masterplan also delivered our residents with a park, community garden and shopping village, key elements that make modern living a breeze for our Harcrest purchasers.
The Moreton, Bondi NSW
Acquired in 2013 and completed in 2017, The Moreton in Bondi is a coveted urban yet beachside setting that delivered a collection of five buildings of varying scales. The project gave a nod to the modern beach house while incorporating heritage details and lush landscaped gardens to achieve an established position in the Bondi community. The project has gone on to win several awards including the 2018 HIA-CSR Australian Apartment Complex Award and the 2017 Urban Taskforce Award for Development Excellence.
Lucid, South Brisbane QLD
A refined, polished and serene sibling to Art House, Lucid brings its own meaningful architectural personality to South Brisbane. A sophisticated façade reflects the quality and personality of the apartments and facilities within. With one of the highest and most impressive sky decks in South Brisbane, residents can immerse themselves in beauty daily.
The Point, Mandurah WA
Located on the iconic site of the former Peninsula Hotel and situated at the heart of the city, estuary and ocean, our award-winning apartments at The Point in Mandurah offer spectacular waterfront views. The Point incorporates three residential buildings which are positioned to maximise views of the ocean, estuary, marina or foreshore. The Point also includes the 4.5 star Sebel Mandurah hotel, bar and restaurant, M on the Point, a fully equipped gymnasium, sauna, spa, outdoor pool and resident club room.
Rhodes Waterside, Rhodes NSW
After six stages spanning across several years, our Rhodes Waterside dwellings were completed in 2013. Unique in delivering city and water views from Sydney's geographical centre, with communal spaces adorned by landscape gardens and an abundance of amenity, Rhodes Waterside is an exceptional example of how we create communities to live, work and play in.
Pier, Newstead QLD
Pier is the first and most luxurious stage of Waterfront, Newstead. It sold half its 99 luxury riverside apartments off the plan for more than $200 million on release. This included the Grand Penthouse which sold for a record $14 million. A first for Brisbane. Pier features unrivaled lifestyle amenity including two heated lap pools, two fully equipped gymnasiums, residents function room with boardroom and fully equipped kitchen as well as a concierge service. The development won the 2012 AIA Award for the Brisbane region in multi residential developments.
Beachside Leighton, North Fremantle WA
Completed in 2011 and designed by Kerry Hill Architects in association with Mirvac Design, Mirvac’s Beachside Leighton apartments, in North Fremantle were recognised for excellence in architectural design and took out top prize at the AIA WA Architecture Awards – the Harold Krantz Award for Residential Architecture – Multiple Residential. Beachside Leighton was the first stage developed at our site at North Fremantle, where we currently have another stage selling, Compass.
Laureate, Albert Park VIC
Mirvac's bespoke residential development completed in 2011 in Albert Park, Melbourne, is poised between city and sea, in the heart of Albert Park, Laureate’s elegant designs reflect the artistic heritage of the area. All homes are set within beautifully sculpted gardens and walkways designed by award winning landscape architect Rick Eckersley. Inspired luxury living at its best, Laureate took out the national ‘Townhouse/Villa Development of the Year’ accolade at the prestigious 2012 HIA CSR Australian Housing Awards and was also recognised for its outstanding architectural design and artistic finishes by respected industry bodies such as UDIA Victoria and the Australian Property Council.
Meadow Springs WA
Recognised for excellence in design, winning the 2013 UDIA WA award for Residential Development over 250 Lots, Mirvac’s master planned community, Meadow Springs, features an abundance of green space that includes a 4-hectare park with playgrounds and BBQ areas to be enjoyed by residents and the wider community for years to come.
Mindarie Keys, Mindarie WA
Mirvac had a strong vision to create a landmark waterfront community in Western Australia with Mindarie Keys. After acquiring the site in 1996, Mirvac created 20 luxury residences on the marina, which was a first of its kind development for the State. Residents, each with their own private jetties, have unparalleled access to some of the best recreational fishing spots in the area.
2000 - 2009
Ephraim Island, Gold Coast QLD
Completed in 2008 in partnership with Lewis Land, the award-winning Ephraim Island on Queensland's Gold Coast set the standard for modern Queensland living. Designed for lifestyle, the island features a private marina, oceanside boardwalk and recreational club set around panoramic water views. As one of the first developments to adopt home automation technology, with 20% of apartments and homes featuring automated lighting and blind and louvre control, this landmark development was a nod to the forward-thinking future of today's residential communities. One of the few remaining undeveloped islands on the Gold Coast, Ephraim Island will incorporate an integrated residential development containing apartments and homes and a marina.
Bunker Bay, Naturaliste WA
Constructed in 2004 and situated in the beautiful Margaret River wine region of Western Australia, Bunker Bay is an award-winning waterfront project that features 153 villa apartments located within landscaped native gardens and adjoining the crystal-clear waters of beautiful Bunker Bay.
Walsh Bay NSW
Sydney’s now iconic Walsh Bay, completed in 2003, the development has won 65 awards including the prestigious Royal Australian Institute of Architects Walter Burley Griffin Urban Design Award. This joint venture is one of Australia’s largest urban renewal projects with a value of around $700 million. The development reinvigorated this remarkable part of Sydney Harbour to create a lively commercial, residential, retail and cultural precinct. About 350 apartments and homes are mixed with retail and medium scale commercial development—including a theatre—to produce one of Sydney’s most exciting areas.
Cutters Landing, New Farm QLD
At the heart of our award winning Cutters Landing project that was completed circa 2003, The Refinery is an iconic landmark along the Brisbane River. The restoration of the old CSR factory is a longstanding example of how we can reimagine urban life.
Seascapes, Mandurah WA
In 2010, Mirvac’s beachfront Seascapes community in Halls Head Western Australia received the AIA award for Urban Design Space. We created a foreshore walk which unlocked the foreshore for our Seascapes by Mirvac community and others living nearby.
Sydney Olympic Village, Newington NSW
A very special project in the life and history of not just Mirvac, but the nation as a whole; in September 1993, the President of the International Olympic Committee, Juan Antonio Samaranch, declared that Sydney was to be the host city for the summer Olympic Games of 2000. One immediate requirement was that the Olympics, and the subsequent Paralympics, would require a world-class athletes’ village. Mirvac seized the opportunity and recognised the project as a showcase to deliver the world’s best practice planning, design and construction and set a new benchmark for environmentally sustainable development. A major challenge was that after the Games the village would become a new suburb of Sydney, with all the attendant long-term planning and infrastructure needs. The result was Newington. To date it has received an unprecedented 36 major building, architectural and design awards and has become a model for urban developments worldwide. In 2002 it won the prestigious Royal Australian Institute of Architects Premier’s Award. Houses and apartments at Newington were designed in conjunction with HPA by a team of Sydney’s best housing architects. They were designed initially to function as part of the Olympic Village, and then later as part of an integrated suburban community. The Newington apartments have received national acclaim for their design.
The Peninsula, Burswood WA
In the early 2000’s, Mirvac started the redevelopment of one of the largest single residential projects ever undertaken in Western Australia at The Peninsula, Burswood. This project totally reimagined the area, creating a fully planned and integrated riverfront suburb, comprising of apartments and townhouses, only 2 kilometres from Perth’s CBD. The redevelopment, spanning almost 20 years, has seen the project win a number of awards including; the 2007 UDIA award for High Density Development, the 2008 UDIA award for Best High-Density Housing and the 2009 HIA-SEDA GreenSmart Award for Estate of the Year.
The Melburnian, Southbank VIC
In circa 2000 we opened our doors to The Melburnian. The luxury apartments changed the way people saw inner-city living in Melbourne. As the twentieth century ended, The Melburnian changed the way people saw inner-city living in Melbourne. These exclusive apartments located in the heart of the arts precinct on St Kilda Road are just a stroll to the CBD and offer extensive views of the Yarra River, the city, the parklands and the bay. In 2001, the penthouse apartment set a record for Melbourne when it was sold for more than $5 million. The Melburnian won several awards including the 2002 High Density Project of the Year Award at the HIA Victorian Housing Awards; the 2002 Best CBD Highrise Residential Development Award at the PCA Excellence Awards and the Australian Apartment Project of the Year Award at the 2003 HIA Australian Housing Awards.
Edgewood, Cabarita NSW
Located on the edge of the Parramatta River with beautiful views of the water, the neutral façade of the multi-award-winning Edgewood in Cabarita blends seamlessly with the surrounding green spaces to create a timeless waterfront community.
Encore, Elizabeth Bay NSW
Purchased in 1982, The Sebel Townhouse at Elizabeth Quay became one of Sydney's leading five-star hotels; famous for its famous clientele which included Elton John, who had his wedding reception at the hotel in 1984. In 2000, the Sebel Townhouse in Elizabeth Bay was demolished to make way for a new purpose-designed residential tower that is certain to become one of the great landmarks of the area. With clean bold lines and cutting-edge design, the 15-level Encore tower, featuring 78 luxury apartments is envisaged as a building of understated style in the heart of Sydney’s most vibrant district.
1990 - 1999
Quay Grand Suites, Circular Quay NSW
Quay Grand Suites at Sydney's East Circular Quay was completed in 1997 and made front page headlines as people stood in line for several hours to buy an apartment off the plan. All sold in less than six hectic hours.
Park Central, St Kilda VIC
With beautiful views over Fawkner Park, the sound design of Mirvac’s Park Central luxury apartments, built in 1995 on St Kilda Road, cemented their place in Melbourne’s property market.
Beacon Cove, Port Melbourne VIC
Beacon Cove, a complete revitalisation of Port Melbourne, now ranks as one of Mirvac's most successful projects. The 1994 joint venture with the Victorian Government, has become the city’s seaside gateway at Port Melbourne and includes both houses and apartments. The first stage of around 830 dwellings was completed in 2001; Stage 2 includes 400 waterfront apartments. As a fully integrated estate, Beacon Cove incorporates a gymnasium, medical centre, light rail station, a convenience store and restaurant precinct. It provides a combination of absolute waterfront apartments, and luxury houses and courtyard homes. Some 830 dwellings have already been completed and another 400 are planned along the pier and the foreshore. The iconic project has received ten different awards including awards in the categories of Medium Density and Integrated Estates / High Rise Apartments at the 1996 HIA Top Home Awards Victoria, the HIA Excellence in Housing Awards Medium Density Project of the Year Award in 1997 and the Medium Density Development Award at the UDIA Awards for Excellence in the same year.
Chatswood Plaza, Chatswood NSW
Built in the late ‘90s’, the award-winning Pacific Place, Chatswood spanned over 11 years and 5 precincts, including Altura, Cambridge, Epica, B2E and the final stage, Era. Each tower with its own unique character, with Altura and Epica featuring an elliptical façade, contrasted against the more angular finish of Cambridge and Era.
Liberty Pacific, Main Beach QLD
Setting a new benchmark for high-rise living on the Gold Coast, Liberty Pacific was the first stage of apartments sold at Main Beach. Due to popular demand, we followed Liberty Pacific with Liberty Panorama, a 104-apartment tower also located in Main Beach.
Mariners Reach, Newstead QLD
Completed in the late ‘90s’, Mariners Reach, a series of buildings on the Brisbane River, revitalised a derelict docklands area of the city. The unique project won many awards including the Urban Renewal Project Award at the 1999 UDIA National Awards for Excellence and the award for Urban Renewal at the 2000 UDIA QLD Awards for Excellence. The success of the project led to Mirvac acquiring the adjoining land for its Newstead Riverpark project.
Quay West Suites, Brisbane QLD
Quay West suites sold off the plan in just three weeks. Quay West Suites Brisbane was the city’s first five-star serviced apartment building, with the upper levels containing luxury apartments. The upper levels contain luxury apartments.
Raleigh Park, Kensington NSW
Constructed in the early '90s', Raleigh Park, situated in Kensington in Sydney's South East, set new standards in urban design and was the basis from which Beacon Cove and Newington were later developed. Comprising 147 houses and 364 apartments, the green-filled estate won a number of awards for excellence in planning and design. These included the MBA Excellence in Housing Award in 1993; the HIA Australian Housing Awards Medium-High Density Lifestyle Estate Award and the AILA National Project Award in 1994; and the API National Award for Excellence in Planning, the API NSW Award for Planning and Development and the Award for Townhouses $250,000 & Over at the MBA Excellence in Housing Awards in 1996.
SY21, Docklands VIC
Going on to become a model for inner-city living, the SY21 apartments feature sleekly modern architecture, innovative design, gym and pool facilities and a first-class location on stylish Chapel Street in South Yarra, Victoria.
1980 - 1989
Cotswolds, North Turramurra NSW
In 1983 Mirvac completed a retirement complex, The Cotswolds, on Sydney’s leafy north shore. The project was a model for future urban retirement communities and revolutionised urban development in Australia by prompting the country’s first planning laws for communities of residents over 55 years of age (known as SEPP5).
Kincoppal, Elizabeth Bay NSW
Preserving the rich history of the estate, Mirvac redeveloped the harbourside Kincoppal building in Sydney's Elizabeth Bay in the early '80s'. Formerly a family residence and then a private girls' school, Mirvac reimagined the estate by creating apartments, retaining the original sandstone mansion, gatekeeper’s cottage and tramsheds. The apartments sold out within a matter of weeks achieving the then-extraordinary average price of $550,000.
The York, Sydney NSW
Completed in the early ‘80’s, The York was Sydney’s very first luxury apartment high-rise. Going on the market, it stunned with an overwhelming public response; people were queued around the block for a chance to buy one of the 150 apartments on offer, and The York sold out in just four hours.
1970 - 1979
Castlevale, Willoughby NSW
A few years later, Mirvac developed Castlevale in Willloughby in Sydney's lower North Shore. With 161 apartments spread over seven separate buildings, this was the first large-scale integrated development in the city. It comprised seven buildings, including townhouses, walk-up apartments and eight-storey apartment blocks. Recognised for excellence in design, the development received the Top Homes Award at the 1978 HIA NSW Housing Awards.
Montrose, Rose Bay NSW
Built in 1972, Montrose was Mirvac's first ever development which comprised of a single block of 12 apartments situated in Rose Bay, in Sydney's East.