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.

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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    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 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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