Case Studies

Dexus is one of Australia’s leading real estate groups, proudly managing a high quality Australian property portfolio valued at $26.5 billion.

Our strategy is to deliver superior risk adjusted returns for investors from high quality real estate in Australia's major cities. Each year we set measurable performance targets across our key stakeholder groups in line with our strategy. Our case studies demonstrate how we have utilised our capabilities and people to drive performance across the group.

 

29 Aug 2017

Keeping our customers up to date on workspace insights

Thought leadership is a key element of Dexus’s brand and an important way for the group to differentiate itself.

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29 Aug 2017

Satisfying the demand for wholesale investors

Dexus's Funds Management platform established a new healthcare joint venture and Dexus Wholesale Property Fund completed a $250 million equity raising satisfying wholesale investor demand.

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29 Aug 2017

Driving industrial performance through a focused approach

Faced with a 9.6% vacancy across the Dexus industrial portfolio at the end of FY16 due to the non-renewal of large expiries, Dexus focused its efforts on improving portfolio performance.

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29 Aug 2017

Dexus Research providing insights on the customer of the future

In a rapidly changing world, globalisation and technology are having an impact on the way businesses and people use space. Understanding what the customer of the future may look like has helped Dexus identify ways that it can respond.

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29 Aug 2017

Delivering trading profits - 105 Phillip Street Parramatta

Dexus identified an opportunity in late 2014 to create value and generate trading profits by developing underutilised land adjoining its property at 130 George Street in Parramatta.

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29 Aug 2017

Creating value through industrial development

Dexus has been able to satisfy the needs of its customers nationally by building strong relationships and leveraging portfolio scale and platform capability.

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29 Aug 2017

Connecting our customers through technology

100 Mount Street, North Sydney will be a part of the move towards the future of ‘plug and play’ premium office towers when it is finished in early 2019.

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29 Aug 2017

Capitalising on customer demand at 56 Pitt Street, Sydney

Demand for A and B Grade office space in the Sydney market strengthened during FY17, driven by the withdrawal of space due to the construction of the Sydney Metro and residential conversion opportunities.

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31 Aug 2016

Repositioning city retail - Gateway and Grosvenor Place Sydney

Dexus leverages its retail capabilities by repositioning and enhancing the city retail offer at the base of its office buildings across the Group.

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31 Aug 2016

Significant increase in valuations

Dexus’s property portfolio experienced solid capital growth with revaluation gains exceeding expectations for the year to 30 June 2016.

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31 Aug 2016

Quarry at Greystanes completes 100% leased

Dexus acquired the strategically located development site at ‘Quarry at Greystanes’ in 2007 with the purpose to progressively develop the site into a premium industrial precinct.

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31 Aug 2016

Progressing FY17 trading profits

The sale of two trading properties in FY17 is expected to contribute approximately $37 million pre-tax to the FY17 trading profit target of $45-50 million (post-tax).

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31 Aug 2016

Positioning for enhanced returns

Dexus has a strong track record in delivering quality office developments, which include 1 Bligh Street and 5 Martin Place in Sydney, 123 Albert Street and 480 Queen Street in Brisbane, and 240 St Georges Terrace and Kings Square in Perth.

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31 Aug 2016

Fitted suites approach secures leasing success

Dexus adopted a fitted suites strategy to capture ongoing demand from small space users and maximise cash flows.

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31 Aug 2016

Dexus Research providing insights on market trends

In mid-2013, when office demand was contracting, Dexus Research published a Leading Insight paper, Where will Office Demand Come From?

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