Mirvac Group has created a unique hybrid community on Sydney’s north shore – where residents can adopt electric living at their own pace. NINE by Mirvac, the former home of Channel 9 located in Willoughby, has been built firmly with the future in mind, allowing for residents to ‘opt in’ to an electric lifestyle including induction cooking and EV charging when they choose.
Mirvac will start construction on the $135 million Charlton House – the latest stage of Australia’s first racecourse fronting new community, Ascot Green – as Brisbane’s historic Eagle Farm continues to undergo a major redevelopment, helping to address the significant shortage of new apartments in the city.
Mirvac announced results from the latest phase of its commitment to modern methods of construction today, with completion time to lock-up stage halved, overall construction duration reduced by a third and less than half the construction waste produced on-site*.
Award-winning Australian property group, Mirvac, has increased its residential footprint in Melbourne, with the acquisition of 31 Queens Road, Melbourne a premium apartment site located on the fringe of Melbourne’s CBD.
Mirvac has been ranked number one in the world in Equileap’s Global Report on Gender Equality for the first time, leading a global field of 4,000 companies across 19 criteria to take the top spot.
Mirvac has acquired an 80-hectare parcel of zoned land in Cobbitty, Camden, from Australian property funds and development firm, Roberts Jones.
Mirvac has advanced its plans for the exciting next stage of its Ascot Green community alongside Eagle Farm Racecourse in Brisbane.
New twist on multi-generational living: Brisbane family builds four homes in master planned Greenbank community.
A Brisbane family has put their spin on multi-generational living, opting to share a close-knit community connected by extensive pathways and parklands, rather than a shared household.
What a buyer needs to know about Pavilions apartments in Sydney Olympic Park: Five minutes with Mirvac's Toby Long
The apartments have favoured working professionals, well advanced in their careers, Mirvac's general manager of residential Toby Long told Urban.
Mirvac acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Owners of the lands and waters of Australia, and we offer our respect to their Elders past and present.
Artwork: ‘Reimagining Country’, created by Riki Salam (Mualgal, Kaurareg, Kuku Yalanji) of We are 27 Creative.