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  1. Westmark Milton Now Close To A Sell-Out

    Construction of the twin towers at Westmark Milton has recently commenced and Walker Corporation’s $150 million development at the sough-after site is already close to a sell-out.

  2. The waters-edge of Redlands

    The man who embraced the past to revitalise two of Sydney’s most sensitive heritage waterfront development sees an exciting future and employment opportunities for the Redlands community.

  3. One of the oldest heritage buildings in Australia achieves 5 Green Star Rating

    The Goods Shed South and the Lantern Building, located at 707 Collins Street Melbourne, is one of the oldest heritage buildings in Australia to receive a Green Star rating. The result of an 18 month renovation by Walker Corporation as part of the $2.0bn Collins Square development.

  4. Walker wins UDIA SA Local Community Development award

    Walker Corporation’s commitment to community engagement has been recognised by the Urban Development Institute of Australia with the company winning the Local Community Development category at the South Australian 2014 awards.

  5. Lite n' Easy snap up third of North Point Business Park

    Walker Corporation has sold one third of its 30 hectare commercial estate, North Point Business Park in Brisbane, for around $13.5 million to Mitchell’s Quality Foods and Lite n’ Easy.

  6. Vicinity industrial base moves up a gear with new transport route

    Walker has signed up Caltex to operate an industrial-sized service station on its $400 million Vicinity industrial base in Adelaide’s north. This comes after the South Australian Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) approved a new route for B-triple trucks to drive into the estate.

  7. Wallis Creek welcomes first residents

    Walker Corporation celebrates the arrival of the first residents of Wallis Creek, the new residential community located in Gillieston Heights near Maitland, as they move into their brand new homes.

  8. Walker on the waterfront in QLD

    Billionaire Lang Walker has won the right to develop a key waterfront site in Queensland owned by state and local governments with a value of more than $1 billion.

  9. Lang walks the talk on Malaysia mega project

    At a time when some of Asia’s largest residential developers are investing heavily in Australia, billionaire developer Lang Walker has gone against the tide, undertaking a development with a potential end value of $5 billion in Johor, the southern-most state in Malaysia.

  10. WaterEdge Apartments - Construction Update

    Walker is moving ahead with construction of a third block of WaterEdge Apartments at Senibong Cove in Johor, Malaysia following on from the successful uptake of Blocks A and B.