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Leading Australian property group, Mirvac, has officially started construction on LIV Aston, its fourth build to rent project, which will see the delivery of 474 build to rent apartments in 2024.
Looking towards the future is something Mirvac is all too familiar with. Our commitment to sustainability, community and innovation in reimagining urban life means that we’re always looking to tomorrow.
As a leading Australian company that aims to be a force for good, we want to provide opportunities to those who don’t always get them and support businesses that are set up for purpose.
Mirvac has successfully piloted a waste reduction project resulting in approximately 900 cubic metres of furniture and fit-out materials diverting from landfill.
New research suggests office metrics should move from focusing on efficiency to experience following a transformation in the way we work.
Construction has commenced at Mirvac’s new 14-hectare industrial estate at 300 Manchester Road Auburn (known as Switchyard) today, a state of the art last mile logistics facility set to provide over 700 construction jobs, and 1,000 permanent jobs once completed.
Having successfully reached its net positive carbon milestone nine years early, leading Australian property company, Mirvac, today released its latest environmental plan – Planet Positive Water – which sets out how it will reduce and reuse water, as well as influence consumption behaviour, to achieve a net positive water target well ahead of its initial 2030 target.
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 Group (ASX:MGR) has reinforced its commitment to Melbourne by lodging a planning permit application to transform its office asset at 90 Collins Street.
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.