An unprecedented level of city-centre development has been delivered and more is on the way as Perth becomes a more mature, international city.
With new public open spaces that celebrate WA’s relaxed lifestyle and landmark developments that will in time become part of the city’s unique identity, Perth is finding its own rhythm and atmosphere.
“For many years, we have lamented the absence of place-making that anchors a city but this has finally been addressed in the new look Perth that is emerging,” Erwin Edlinger, Colliers International’s Director of Residential Projects says. “Perth regularly appears in global rankings as one of the most liveable cities in the world and as these new developments unfold, not only is the city on the way to being home to many more people, it is also offering new connections to people of all ages, from young families to downsizers.”
The $1.36 billion Perth City Link opened most of a 13.5ha area that had been locked up in rail infrastructure and expanded the city’s northern ﬂank into the restaurant and entertainment area in Northbridge. By the time it is complete, the project is expected to have attracted $4 billion in private investment.