At Equire we are committed to pioneering new ways of developing residential properties. Innovative building methods and construction materials are constantly coming to market. Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) is one that we believe could make a real difference. There is particular potential for mid-rise residential developments, with residents and wider communities benefiting from environmental and sustainable advantages. We’re excited to be using this innovative material in a number of our projects and hope other industry peers follow suit.
At Equire, we value collaborating with a range of leaders in the industry. We sat down with Kai Chua, Associate at DKO Architecture, to discuss upcoming design trends and focuses for the rest of the year.
Q. How is Equire taking advantage of the property market trends in 2018?
We are excited to announce that the property development division of OpenCorp has officially relaunched as Equire.
Allister Lewison is an Australian property investor with 20 years experience in residential and commercial real estate.
OpenCorp’s Quayhouse development in Port Coogee, just minutes from Fremantle in Western Australia.
Citro West End, a development located in Brisbane’s West End, is set to deliver an urban oasis.
Interior design studio Fiona Lynch has moved into the multi-residential apartment space to create Eastside Village alongside national developer OpenCorp.
Developer and fund manager OpenCorp plans on taking the property customisation process to the next level.
A recently completed project in the tightly held area of Warner, 20 kilometres from Brisbane CBD.
OpenCorp is has just launched stage three of their land development, Umbra.