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88 Mill Point Road

Bridge42’s transformation of South Perth’s luxury residential development

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South Perth, WA




  • Residential
Our Role
  • Development Management

  • Development Strategy

  • Funding Strategy

  • Portfolio Management

  • Project Assurance

  • Project Management

  • Strategic Advisory

  • Superintendence

  • Transaction Management

About This Project

With plans to transform Australia’s commercial property landscape and respond to market demands, the international property group, Peakstone, engaged Bridge42 to undertake the development and delivery of this premium high rise residential development. Designed by the world-leading Architects, Hassell, the proposed development is an exemplar of beauty and opulence that successfully meets the requirements for design excellence.

The Architectural design draws upon its local riverine contextual characteristics of the South Perth Peninsula through its scalloping glazed façade that reflects the play of light upon the river surface, and through the use of rich earthy tones and textures to compliment the foreshore and surrounding landscape.

The proposed 36-storey development comprises 179 residential apartments, ample amenities, extensive gardens, and public spaces including café/restaurant, wine bar, and co-working collaboration spaces for local residents and the broader South Perth community. This development aims to promote activation along the streetscape and respond to the community’s needs and public benefits.


Our Involvement

Through market foresight and understanding, substantially increased the commercial value of the asset for the client.

Recognised by the State Design Advisory Committee (SDAC) for exemplary design.

Orchestrated and executed a detailed market research resulting in a product mix that proved to go beyond the boundaries of industry standards and expectations.

Collaborated with Whadjuk Noongar Elders to imbed an authentic indigenous culture that forms into the building design.

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