Golden Age
The Developer

With liveability and luxury design at the forefront, and underpinned by the mantra of “See, Think, Act”, Golden Age has delivered some of the most ambitious and innovative projects Australia has seen, bringing to life high-end commercial, industrial and iconic residential projects. With an impressive portfolio valued at approximately $4.5 billion, Golden Age has cemented itself as an industry leader who continues to raise the bar when it comes to quality, design and passion. This unwavering commitment has attracted the industry’s finest architects, designers and consultants time and time again, and has led to Golden Age pioneering the Australian property sphere by delivering a through the- line service for each stage of a property’s lifecycle.

With a vision to build cities and communities in a better way, leading to more jobs and stronger communities, Golden Age views quality of construction and quality of life as equal pillars of success. This in itself has led to a host of accolades, including some of the industry’s most prestigious awards, and has seen Golden Age achieve above-market performance in relation to sales and settlement.

Major large-scale projects include the development of Sheraton Melbourne, Australia’s largest air-rights development Sky Garden; a 75-level tower on Elizabeth Street, known as Victoria One; Australia’s slimmest skyscraper and globally recognised Collins House; the iconic Park One in Macquarie Park, Sydney, and the mixed-use award-winning tower, Sky One in Box Hill. In addition, new projects in the company’s pipeline include iconic lifestyle hotel brand Ace Hotel in an Australian first, state-of-the-art commercial office building Victoria Place in East Melbourne and The Harrington Collection in the historical The Rocks precinct on Sydney’s waterfront, offering a never-to- be-repeated opportunity to live between the dual icons of Sydney’s Harbour Bridge and Opera House.

Today, the company’s property portfolio spans across residential, hotel, mixed-use, industrial, commercial and house and land packages. 


COX Architecture
The Architects

COX Architecture believes in supporting the public life of cities. To make positive contributions to the public realm. To develop sites that give more than they take. COX adopts a holistic approach, adopting four major principles for all work: Structure, Craft, Art and Nature. With studios in every major Australian city, they have 60 years of experience and a design-focussed ethos. This approach drives each project from first sketch to final site advice.


Hecker Guthrie
The Interior Designers

Paul Hecker and Hamish Guthrie start with one question for each project: how will this space make you feel? Hecker Guthrie strives for an outcome far more than the sum of its furnished parts. The highly skilled team work with a range of industries from retail to residential. The driving motivation is to create spaces that are cohesive, considered and authentic – that feel like they add value to the whole of your day.


Jack Merlo
The Landscape Architects

Jack Merlo leads Australia’s premier landscape architecture studio. He is award-winning and highly sought after as a partner on prestigious commercial and residential projects. Personal attention on every project, impeccable detail and considered responses drive the studio’s ethos. Merlo brings a unique, architectural approach to the gardens, rooftops, courtyards and terraces he designs. The result? Spaces to be appreciated for years to come.