McCullough Robertson grows property practice
With all signs pointing to sustained activity in Australia’s commercial property sector, McCullough Robertson has further strengthened its national Real Estate practice with several key appointments across its Sydney and Brisbane offices.
Special Counsel Eva Vicic joins the firm’s Sydney office from Colin Biggers & Paisley. She brings over a decade of experience acting for clients in property development, property sales and acquisitions and commercial and retail leasing transactions.
McCullough Robertson has one of the strongest national property practices on the eastern seaboard, with more than 30 dedicated real estate lawyers who advise some of Australia’s largest property developers, landlords and funds.
Partner and national property group leader Kristan Conlon said the continued influx of offshore investment coupled with the development of new stock had driven unprecedented levels of activity for the group.
“Our clients will benefit from the depth of Eva’s experience which spans drafting and negotiating sale, acquisition and project documentation for commercial, retail, residential, industrial and mixed-use properties as well as vendor and purchaser title and leasing due diligence,” said Ms Conlon.
Claire Hart and Jade Osman have also been appointed to the group and join as Senior Associates this month.
Claire Hart was most recently employed at K&L Gates, where she gained a wealth of experience across leasing, commercial and industrial acquisitions. Jade Osman joins the firm from Hickey Lawyers and is experienced across a broad cross section of property matters including in the retirement village space.
McCullough Robertson recently advised Chinese development and investment group R&F Properties on its agreement to partner with Etone Australia Holdings and Springfield Land Corporation to deliver a major medium-high density apartment project at Greater Springfield which will be valued at $6 billon on completion with 10,000 medium-high density apartments, ancillary commercial and retail space.
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