September 23, 2019

Far East Consortium announces Perth development tender

Last night, Far East Consortium announced invitations to tender as they look to secure a construction partner for their​ P​erth Hub​ development.

Located in the heart of Perth, the Perth Hub project is progressing to the next stage. The successful construction partner will be responsible for the development of 314 residential apartments. This includes one, two and three-bedroom configurations, alongside a large format restaurant and two retail tenancies. These enticing opportunities are all part of the innovative mix of the Perth Hub development.

Far East Consortium believes that both credibility and quality of work is key to selecting the successful partner for the upcoming project.

“Above all, we want a partner who will provide only the highest quality of work down to the finest details. We will be looking for a builder with a proven track record,” says ​Dan Sweet, Far East Consortium’s State Manager for Western Australia.

Organisations with a flair for innovation will have an advantage given Far East Consortium’s knack for forward-thinking functionality. The lift and tilt-operable windows, which were an Australian first at Far East Consortium’s ​The Towers at Elizabeth Quay development, will be incorporated into the Perth Hub apartment design. The windows will be an operable piece of the facade that are automated at the touch of a button to allow all year round indoor-outdoor living.

“We are always looking for new ways to build high rise communities and our partners should also share the same passion for innovation,” ​says Mr Sweet.

The tender process will be carried out over the course of six to 10 weeks. Far East Consortium intends to select a preferred partner by the end of this year. Construction work for the Perth Hub development is expected to commence next year, reviving a residential market that, over the past few years, has been experiencing a lull in new projects.

With ​a number of property development projects in most major cities across Australia, Far East Consortium​ ​says they are looking forward to seeing another great Far East Consortium project come to life.