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Lending our hand to help Victoria Harbour reach its full potential

In 2001, Lend Lease secured the development rights for the Victoria Harbour precinct. Victoria Harbour is a 30-ha mixed-use development that will incorporate retail and commercial space, a waterfront, parkland and open spaces and residential apartments.

Lend Lease then appointed Jones Lang LaSalle as the exclusive leasing and marketing agent to assist in procuring commercial office pre-commitments for the project. Our task for this assignment was broad-based and wide ranging, which included helping Lend Lease secure ANZ’s pre-commitment to the development.

Leveraging our project leasing strengths and expertise, we successfully landed ANZ’s pre-commitment in 2007 and identified a site for the ANZ campus in Victoria Harbour. This development, totaling 83,500 sqm, is the largest ever office pre-commitment in the Australia office market

Currently, the ANZ campus is under construction and is due for completion in November 2009. Once completed, the campus is set to become one of a handful of office developments in the country that have achieved a world’s best practice rating for sustainability.

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