Exciting opportunities

Throughout this redevelopment, we are working with the WACA, Trinity College, WA Trotting Association, the City of Perth and other landowners to create a coordinated approach in the area.

New residential and commercial opportunities will become available throughout the Riverside area as our project progresses.

Developers and private investors have already registered expressions of interest in Lot 101 Hay Street, the former Chemical Laboratories. This is a 5,335sqm site on the corner of Hay Street, Plain Street and De Vlamingh Avenue in East Perth.

Investment attraction on the waterfront

The 40-hectare Riverside site is expected to attract more than $2 billion in private investment and offer a range of living and recreational opportunities.

Supermarkets, shops and cosmopolitan living

Supermarkets, shops and cosmopolitan living

90,000sqm new commercial and retail space

On the river, just minutes from the CBD

A major sporting hub

A major sporting hub

$141m of government investment

Waterbank is a 6-hectare highlight development of Riverside.

6,000 employees

Home for 7,000 new residents

Home for 7,000 new residents

Living in Riverside

Riverside already has a substantial community with many developers working in the area to build new homes, offices and community facilities.

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    Queens

    TRG’s Sovereign Place opposite Queens Gardens has brought 42 new apartments and townhouses to the area. Frasers Property Australia $450m Queens Riverside development includes four buildings: Fraser Suites, Lily, QII and QIII.
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    Waterbank

    Waterbank is a $1billion development featuring a mix of commercial and retail opportunities, and up to 1,000 new homes being delivered in partnership with Lendlease.
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    Private landowners

    The WACA, Gloucester Park and Trinity College are among the privately-owned sites within our redevelopment area.

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