Winning lifestyle at Perry Lakes
An Innovation through Demonstration development with a heritage past, prestigious surroundings, and a central urban location, Perry Lakes achieves high sustainability and environmental standards while delivering a desirable new housing development.
Each element of Perry Lakes' design reflects its heritage through a thoroughly modern style reflecting the 1962 British Empire and Commonwealth Games which were staged on the site. An important part of Western Australia's heritage since then, we have demonstrated in this project our commitment to progressing developments that are responsive to their communities.
Homesites are being developed across four unique precincts to allow a diversity of housing styles currently not available in the Floreat area. They include terraced housing, duplex, apartment and traditional style homes, all set within a parkland estate, close to schools, shopping centres, sporting facilities, restaurants and cafes.
The redevelopment of this exclusive location, only seven kilometers from Perth's CBD, embraces sophisticated structure and seamless integration with the natural surrounds of the Perry Lakes Reserve. This has been rehabilitated as part of our demonstrated commitment to achieving high environmental standards within our developments.
The innovative approach to design in Perry Lakes sees each precinct with its own sustainability design requirements, taking cues from the site's rich history and the neighboring community of Floreat. Embracing the Modernist architectural style of the era, the vision for Perry Lakes is to continue the modern architectural tradition. By combining the best of the past and present, Perry Lakes offers an exclusive lifestyle opportunity in one of Perth's most prestigious suburbs.
Our urban renewal development of Perth’s iconic Perry Lakes athletic stadium has won this year’s prestigious Urban Development Institute of Australia’s Sustainable Urban Development award.
It's envisaged that more than 1,200 people will ultimately call Perry Lakes home.