Cbus Property is a wholly owned subsidiary of Cbus, the industry superannuation fund for the construction, building and allied industries, with funds under management exceeding $70 billion at 30 June 2022. 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 and residential sectors. The property portfolio currently exceeds $6.0 billion, with a further $5.0 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.
Sterling Global is a leading Australian private property developer and investment group comprising a formidable team of experienced partners with proven track records. Established in 2012, the Melbourne-based company is committed to market-leading outcomes – a resolution that drives leading collaborations with pre-eminent design practices and organisations.
An exemplar of excellence and award-winning design, Carr creates timeless spaces through a multi-disciplinary approach. Founded in 1971 by industry leader Sue Carr, the architecture and interior design practice is bolstered by a cross-disciplined leadership team, with each member recognised for their specialty knowledge and depth of experience.
Taylor Cullity Lethlean (T.C.L) is Australia's foremost landscape architecture practice. A globally recognised firm, Taylor Cullity Lethlean (T.C.L) has garnered awards for its vast range of projects across public and private realms. These include recognition from the World Architecture Festival twice, winning the Landscape of the Year award; the highly coveted Rosa Barba International Landscape Prize; Australian Institute of Landscape Architecture (AILA) National Landscape Architecture Awards; and the Victorian Premier's Design Award of the Year.