LandCorp’s revolutionary WGV estate has won the Urban Development Institute of Australia (WA) Sustainable Urban Development award, adding to a growing list of accolades for what is one of the most remarkable residential estates in Australia.
LandCorp’s revolutionary WGV estate has won the Urban Development Institute of Australia (WA) Urban Water Excellence award, recognising its significant achievements in water-sensitive planning and design.
Prospective home buyers need to act fast if they want to join LandCorp’s vibrant Champion Lakes community, with only four lots available in the residential estate.
The final lots for sale offer a unique opportunity for home buyers to experience lakeside living, with lots for sale only a short distance from the estate’s iconic lake. Prices start from $189,000 and lots are sized 300sqm up to 355sqm.
LandCorp invites prospective buyers to attend an open day at Crossroads Industrial, the first major development in the Forrestdale Business Park West.
Interested buyers will have the chance to tour the estate with sales agents, and learn more about the lots available and future releases on Thursday 22 June from 10.00am to 11.30am.
One of Perth's most historic sites, the Shenton Park Hospital, has taken its first steps towards being transformed into Montario Quarter, a contemporary inner city urban village with residential and retail precincts.
With the recent opening of the Cockburn Aquatic & Recreation Centre (ARC) developers are being urged to move quickly to secure one of the remaining lots at Stage One of LandCorp’s Cockburn Central West.
Australia’s first housing project specifically designed for the Gen Y community at LandCorp’s WGV estate at White Gum Valley has been released for sale.
LandCorp chief executive Mr Frank Marra said the Gen Y homes provided a new and practical model for the building industry which will appeal to the next generation of home buyers looking for sustainable and modern housing options.
The fifth parcel of land in LandCorp's highly successful Claremont on the Park precinct will soon be transformed, with TRG Properties to develop more than 170 new apartments.
Lot 508, sized at 7,418sqm, is the largest development site within the redevelopment precinct and also has the opportunity to include up to 180sqm of retail and 2,250sqm of commercial space.
The strategic location and first-class facilities at LandCorp’s Crossroads Industrial estate has attracted the attention of 7-Eleven, with a new fuel store set to open at the Forrestdale estate this year.
7-Eleven General Manager Corporate Affairs Clayton Ford said the estate was an ideal location as part of the brand’s expansion in the Western Australia market.