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

Virtual engineering smartens up Dexus properties

Seeking to build on energy efficiency improvements across its office portfolio, Dexus has implemented a ‘virtual engineering’ program, the latest innovation in its building operations.

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29 Aug 2017

Working with our customers to reduce waste

Australia generates 48 million tonnes of waste per year, placing it as one of the highest waste producers in the world. As a manager of more than 130 office and industrial properties across Australia, Dexus investigated recycling opportunities to promote awareness and reduce waste across its portfolio.

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29 Aug 2017

The future of recognition and benefits at Dexus

Recognising what its people value, Dexus has modernised the approach it takes to engage and recognise its people.

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29 Aug 2017

Shaping cities of the future

The Waterfront Precinct has the potential to be the best riverfront precinct in Queensland, Australia and globally.

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29 Aug 2017

Shaping better customer experiences

When Toshiba Australia made the decision to move to a new national distribution centre with office facilities, it knew the premises had to stand out from the crowd, and partnered with Dexus to develop a state of the art industrial facility at Quarry at Greystanes.

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29 Aug 2017

Securing international tenant at Matraville

Dexus acquired 2-4 Military Road, an 18,000 square metre industrial facility in Matraville, in December 2009, consistent with its investment strategy of owning high quality logistics facilities located close to key infrastructure.

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29 Aug 2017

Planning for our communities' future

Identifying a need to meet growing community demand and gaps in the local market, Dexus undertook transformational development projects at two of its retail centres.

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29 Aug 2017

Reducing waste from landfill

Office de-fits and electronic waste predominantly end up in landfill, creating emissions harmful to the environment and high disposal costs.

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29 Aug 2017

Our new look brand

Over the past year, we took the opportunity to refresh our brand which further establishes our connection with our customers, ensuring we continually evolve the products and services we offer.

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29 Aug 2017

Office acquisitions boost Sydney CBD exposure

Dexus continues to focus its investment strategy on Australia’s major cities and in June 2017 announced the acquisition of $1.1 billion of Sydney office buildings, adding 65 new customers to the Dexus platform.

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29 Aug 2017

Leasing success at The Mill

In January 2017 Dexus acquired The Mill in Alexandria, a mix use property with a variety of tenants including a popular food and café operator The Grounds of Alexandria.

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29 Aug 2017

Leveraging scale in Brisbane office

Leveraging the scale of Dexus's Brisbane office portfolio, Dexus was able to satisfy the needs of its customers' workspace requirements across four properties.

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29 Aug 2017

Leasing up of 30 The Bond

Through active management Dexus secured two new customers at 30 The Bond, following notice of Lendlease's intention to vacate.  

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29 Aug 2017

Leasing success at Lakes Business Park, Botany

Dexus acquired Lakes Business Park in Botany in January 2015 consistent with its strategy to invest in core industrial markets with the potential for superior rental growth.

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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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