It is critical that your lawyer understands your project and helps you to achieve your commercial objectives within the parameters of the law.
The KKI Property team handles, at any one time, in the vicinity of $1 billion of property projects. Being an integral component of the urban development of Melbourne has been a rewarding and exciting time for our firm and staff.
Our property development expertise includes:
- We have acted for many of Melbourne’s prominent developers over the past 25 years.
- We have extensive experience in a myriad of development projects including residential, mixed use, office and land subdivisions.
- The scale of development projects we have been involved in ranges from 2 lots to 2500 lots. We can proudly say that we act for the developer of Melbourne’s largest residential redevelopment project – the transformation of the Amcor Paper Mill. The offering in this development alone has ranges from residential vacant land lots to apartments, townhouses and loft style apartments.
Why choose Kalus Kenny Intelex Lawyers?
We are truly passionate about property development. We love that the work we’re involved in ultimately results in something we can see (most of the time from just looking out the window of our South Yarra office as we’ve acted for many of the developers of the new high buildings which have changed South Yarra’s landscape over the past 2.5 decades).
We enjoy working with (and have good working relationships) with the various consultants involved in bringing a property development project to life and know and understand that achieving a successful development is a team based effort.
We pride ourselves on keeping up to date with ever changing property market conditions so we can evolve with our developer clients.
Experience is the difference.
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