Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat

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As one of Australia’s largest and most recognized commercial real estate companies, Investa is committed to delivering outstanding Australian office investment opportunities and superior service to our tenants and stakeholders.

With a focus on prime-grade office buildings in the major Australian CBD markets, Investa optimizes total returns by combining a low-risk investment approach and active financial, leasing, operational and environmental management. Their integrated management platform allows them to lead the market, and to consistently deliver out performance for their investors, while exceeding the expectations of their tenants and staff.

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Investa Connected Global News

Brisbane’s 200-Meter Commercial Development Gains Approval

Brisbane’s 200-Meter Commercial Development Gains Approval

26 Jun 2018, Brisbane – The Brisbane City Council has approved a proposed high-rise office building. The…

Office Tower Proposed in Brisbane’s ‘Golden Triangle’

Office Tower Proposed in Brisbane’s ‘Golden Triangle’

29 Mar 2018, Brisbane – An AU$650 million office tower has been proposed for Brisbane’s ‘Golden Triangle.’ The…

Martin Place Makeover With 32-Story, $583 Million Office Tower in Sydney

Martin Place Makeover With 32-Story, $583 Million Office Tower in Sydney

24 Feb 2015, Sydney – The Sydney skyline is to get a curvy new $583 million glass-fronted skyscraper, complete…

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Investa at CTBUH

Executive Director Visits Sydney and Melbourne

6-10 Mar 2017, Event Report – CTBUH Executive Director Antony Wood traveled to Sydney and Melbourne to build…

Mark Tait

Mark Tait

CTBUH Annual Conference, Presenter, 2017
Sydney, Australia

CTBUH Resources Involving Investa

Interview: Peter Halliday

31 Oct 2017 – 2017 Australia Conference Interviews
Peter Halliday, Siemens Building Technology

Interview: Helen Lochhead

31 Oct 2017 – 2017 Australia Conference Interviews
Helen Lochhead, University of New South Wales

The Role of Design Competitions in Shaping Sydney's Public Realm

30 Oct 2017 – CTBUH 2017 Australia Conference
Helen Lochhead, University of New South Wales

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The Role of Design Competitions In Shaping Sydney’s Public Realm

30 Oct 2017 – CTBUH Journal, 2017 Issue IV
Helen Lochhead & Philip Oldfield, University of New South Wales

126 Phillip Street, Sydney

Oct 2005 – CTBUH 2005 7th World Congress, New York
Rocco Bressi, Bovis Lend Lease

Videos

Interview: Peter Halliday
31 Oct 2017 – 2017 Australia Conference Interviews; Peter Halliday, Siemens Building Technology
Peter Halliday of Siemens Building Technology is interviewed by Chris Bentley during the 2017 CTBUH Australia Conference.
Interview: Helen Lochhead
31 Oct 2017 – 2017 Australia Conference Interviews; Helen Lochhead, University of New South Wales
Helen Lochhead of the University of New South Wales is interviewed by Chris Bentley during the 2017 CTBUH Australia Conference.
The Role of Design Competitions in Shaping Sydney's Public Realm
30 Oct 2017 – Presentation at CTBUH 2017 Australia Conference; Helen Lochhead, University of New South Wales
Tall buildings often take more than they give back, frequently exacerbating local environmental conditions, overshadowing streets and public spaces, creating wind tunnels, and impacting the social life of streets by replacing diversity with mono-…
Interview: Mark Tait
30 Oct 2017 – 2017 Australia Conference Interviews; Mark Tait, Investa Property
Mark Tait of Investa Property is interviewed by Chris Bentley during the 2017 CTBUH Australia Conference.

Papers/Research

The Role of Design Competitions In Shaping Sydney’s Public Realm
30 Oct 2017 – CTBUH Journal, 2017 Issue IV; Helen Lochhead & Philip Oldfield, University of New South Wales
Since 2000, through the City of Sydney’s Competitive Design Policy (CDP), the quality of major projects in the city has been improved significantly, mediating the competing tensions of public and private interest. The most successful of these…
126 Phillip Street, Sydney
Oct 2005 – CTBUH 2005 7th World Congress, New York; Rocco Bressi, Bovis Lend Lease
126 Phillip Street is a super premium office tower containing 31 commercial levels, newly completed on the corner of Phillip and Hunter streets in Sydney. With 462,850 square feet (43,000 square meters) of office space, it has commanding and…

Tall Buildings Involving Investa

1   120 Collins Street 1991 265 m Melbourne
2   Deutsche Bank Place 2005 240 m Sydney
3   Telstra Corporate Building 1992 218 m Melbourne
4   QV1 Tower 1991 163 m Perth
5   60 Martin Place 2019 139 m Sydney
6   Bankers Trust Tower 1998 138 m Sydney
7   420 George Street 2010 136 m Sydney
8   St Martins Tower 1975 133 m Sydney
9   British Telecom Building 1991 132 m Sydney
10   IAG house 1976 131 m Sydney
  Completed   Arch. Topped Out   Struct. Topped Out   Under Constr.
1   120 Collins Street 1991 265 m Melbourne
2   Deutsche Bank Place 2005 240 m Sydney
3   Telstra Corporate Building 1992 218 m Melbourne
4   360 Queen Street - 200 m Brisbane
5   QV1 Tower 1991 163 m Perth
6   60 Martin Place 2019 139 m Sydney
7   Bankers Trust Tower 1998 138 m Sydney
8   420 George Street 2010 136 m Sydney
9   St Martins Tower 1975 133 m Sydney
10   British Telecom Building 1991 132 m Sydney
  Completed   Under Constr.   Proposed