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  1. Walker Corporation to Continue Developing 20 Projects Following $1.25 Billion Worth of Asset Sales

    Lang Walker, Executive Chairman of Walker Corporation, today announced that the group would continue to develop its range of more than 20 projects across residential, retail, commercial and industrial sectors following the $1.25 billion sale of selected assets to Mirvac Ltd and other parties.

  2. $100 Million Point Cook Town Centre Development Begins

    Work commenced today on the $100 million Point Cook Town Centre development expected to be a driving force of economic growth for the expanding Point Cook region.The Town Centre is being developed under a partnership agreement between VicUrban, the state governments urban development agency and Walker Corporation.

  3. Major complex example of GreenSmart principles

    Walker Corporation’s Rhodes Waterside complex in NSW was a winner in the Boral “Development of the Year” category at the seventh annual HIA GreenSmart Housing Awards tonight. Judges said the development reflects how GreenSmart practices can be incorporated into a mixed-use, large-scale residential development. “It has taken the opportunity to address the big-picture issues of accessibility to public open spaces to create a new community,” they said.

  4. Walker is now Represented in Canada

    Renowned Australian property development firm Walker Corporation; famous for award-winning, innovative waterfront developments ‘The Wharf at Woolloomooloo’, ‘King Street Wharf’ and ‘Rhodes Waterside’ in Sydney and the luxurious Hope Island Resort in Queensland, has now established an office in Toronto, Canada.

  5. Aspire Tower set to become a commercial skyscraper

    Aspire Tower set to become a commercial skyscraper

    Walker Corporation has submitted a proposal for a change of use on 8 Parramatta Square from residential to commercial, driven by an increased number of tenants looking to secure A-Grade commercial office space in the undersupplied metropolitan Sydney office market.