One of Australia’s smartest and most sustainable office buildings, Heritage Lanes is the expression of a partnership between Suncorp and Mirvac. From project inception, Mirvac set out to create a world-class workplace that is ‘uniquely Queensland’ with a truly flexible design to meet Suncorp’s needs and a high level of sustainability.
Fringed by national parks within the suburban streets of Sydney’s north, Chris Nunn’s home in Asquith brings the green in, in more ways than one. It is the first certified Green Star Home in Australia and shows that comfortable, resilient, electrified homes are possible now. It is also the first home to demonstrate the benefits of combining Green Star Homes and Passive House certifications.
Located in South West Sydney’s Edmondson Park, Ed.Square is a connected urban neighbourhood with a 6 Star Green Star - Communities certification.
The bid for the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney and a commitment to a ‘green Games’ and sustainable Olympic village catalysed Australia’s green building movement. More than 20 years later, the Sydney Olympic Park Authority (SOPA), part of the NSW Government, is building on that legacy to deliver greater sustainability and reduced carbon emissions.
From inception to operation, creating a climate positive community is embedded at the core of Barangaroo South.
Australia’s first all-electric aquatic centre is making waves with a sophisticated energy solution and efficient building envelope that will achieve net zero emissions in operation and pave the way for other councils committed to climate action.
Ginninderry, which will one day span four suburbs across ACT and NSW, was among Australia's first 6 Star Green Star communities. Now, five years on, the masterplanned community has been recertified to a 6 star, world leading standard – gaining extra points for innovations worthy of applause.
There are so many remarkable achievements hidden behind Property NSW’s 5 Star Green Star portfolio rating that it is hard to pick a favourite.