ULI Sydney Site Tour & Sunset Drinks: Brookfield Place (Members Only) - SOLD OUT


2022-05-18T16:00:00 - 2022-05-18T18:00:00

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    Brookfield Place Will open in a new window 10 Carrington St Sydney, NSW 2000 AUSTRALIA
    This tour is part of the ULI Australia Summit from 18 - 20 May, 2022. Learn more about the 2022 Australia Summit here.
    Brookfield Properties are renowned global placemakers. Since transforming the Manhattan banking district in the 1980’s, the company has grown to more than $650 billion of assets under management with more than 30 million square metres of real estate across 30 countries.
    The best developments by Brookfield Properties can transform CBD precincts and the very best of the best are called Brookfield Place, which is Brookfield Properties’ premium brand. There are only five Brookfield Place’s in the world, and a sixth one has opened up in Sydney, which is the new gateway to Sydney’s CBD at Wynyard.
    The project’s centrepiece is a visionary new office tower comprising 27 levels of office accommodation, with the revamped precinct providing around 75,000 sqm of space, comprising 68,000 sqm of office space and ~7,000 sqm of retail space.
    Join us for a site tour to explore this award winning $2 billion project which has been a decade in the making. The tour will be followed by networking and drinks at Shell House located at 37 Margaret Street, Sydney. The Point Group has transformed the historic Shell House rooftop into Sydney’s hottest new dining experience, the perfect spot to gather and catch up with the ULI community. Be quick to register, as places for this tour are limited.

    Requests for refunds will be honored up to 7 days prior to the event, excluding health reasons.
    ULI Australia is a GST registered non-resident business in Australia (GST Reg.no.: 91 608 265 630/002). All Australian GST taxable supplies will be taxed appropriately. If you are a GST registered business yourself and would like to request a GST removal from your invoice, please contact australia@uli.org for further coordination with your GST number on hand.ULI hereby agrees to all Australian GST registered bodies to allow the issuance of Recipient-created tax invoices (RCTI) and equally all ULI issued invoice documents in relation to any such mutual agreement shall be deemed informative only. 

    Brookfield Place 10 Carrington St Sydney, NSW 2000 AUSTRALIA

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    Phillip Naylor

    Director, Developments, Brookfield Asia Pacific

    Phillip is a Director | Developments at Brookfield Properties. He has worked at Brookfield since 2003, with development and asset management responsibilities across a diverse range of office, residential, retail, hotel, marina, hospitality and leisure projects. Development projects include Brookfield Place Sydney, Classic East Melbourne, Luna Park Sydney Entertainment Precinct and The Wharf at Woolloomooloo. During 25 years of real estate experience Phillip has worked across multiple property sectors and projects, often involving complex planning and delivery structures in successful partnerships or joint venture arrangements. Phillip has worked previously as a Property Development Manager at Accor Hotels and Assistant Asset Manager at Tourism Asset Holdings Limited, at the time Australia’s largest hotel owner. He holds a Bachelor of Applied Science (Land Economics) from the University of Technology Sydney, graduating with honours in 1999.


    Simon Lincoln

    Make Architects

    Simon is Make’s Asia pacific Director and leads the Make Sydney design studio. Simon has been at Make for over 17 years and relocated to Sydney in 2014 as the design lead in the development of Brookfield Place Sydney. He has worked internationally across all of the Make studios in London, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Hong Kong and Beijing. He spent two years in Beijing where he completed Make’s first built project in China. Simon has led several high-profile and award winning schemes across a variety of sectors, including commercial, residential and urban design. Being at the forefront of the redevelopment of Brookfield Place, and the rejuvenation of the Wynyard Precinct Simon has witnessed first-hand how these projects can shape our view of a city and influence how people interact intuitively with architecture and public spaces.