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Procore Award for Development Innovation

This award recognises and publicly rewards innovation that creates significant advancement and improvement within a development.

Innovation can relate to financing, design, construction, sustainability, use of technology and or other factors in a development. The innovation must be replicable in a development and of broad benefit to the industry and or the community.

The award is open to members of the Property Council of Australia only and the development innovation has not previously won the Award.

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2024 Finalists

38 Albermarle Street

Nominated by Assemble

Owned by Assemble

38 Albermarle Street, Kensington is Assemble’s pilot purchase pathway project, demonstrating how innovative ideas can deliver scalable solutions to Australia’s housing crisis. Residents living in 73 high-quality, well-connected homes are supported with set rental and purchase pricing, bulk-buying initiatives, and money coaching while on their journey to home ownership.

6&8 Parramatta Square

Nominated by Walker Corporation

Owned by Walker Corporation

6&8 Parramatta Square is the final tower in a world-class mixed-use precinct and vital civic meeting place. The 55-storey commercial tower demonstrates excellence in innovation, culminating in high-quality design, excellent sustainability credentials and first-class amenities that set a new benchmark not only for the region, but for the entire country.

Brabham Estate's Green Homes Display

Nominated by Peet Limited and DevelopmentWA

Owned by Peet Limited and DevelopmentWA

Brabham Estate by Peet Limited and DevelopmentWA is home to the innovative Green Homes Display – accredited as Australia’s most sustainable two-storey home, with a 9.2-Star NatHERS Rating. Since the home’s launch, thousands of current and new homeowners have experienced the benefits of innovative and sustainable home design and construction.

Central Park's End of Trip

Nominated by Central Park

Owned by Perron Investments & APF Management

Central Park’s new end of trip facility is a high-quality offering that places the tenant at the heart of its design to provide the best possible user experience. An exemplar of innovation in design, it promotes work-life balance, with a facility that supports tenants’ health and wellness.

Marina Mirage Marina

Nominated by Makris Group

Owned by Makris Group

The iconic Marina Mirage Marina is one of the most prestigious facilities of its kind in Queensland. With 76 premium berths accommodating vessels from 12 to 70+ meters long, Marina Mirage Marina is a unique Superyacht Marina, complete with ferry terminal, helipad and one of a kind floating beach club.

Pheasants Nest Highway Centre

Nominated by Ampol Limited

Owned by Ampol Limited

Ampol’s northbound and southbound service stations at Pheasants Nest sit along the Hume Highway in New South Wales. The sites set a new standard for what service centres can deliver for road users around Australia, reimagining the humble petrol station for a new era of road users and electric vehicles.


Nominated by Aria Property Group

Owned by Aria Property Group

Standing proud atop the Kangaroo Point Cliffs and overlooking Brisbane’s finest views, Rivière’s architectural geometric pattern angles apartments to highlights views from all aspects and features innovative living details including operable screening, permeable apartment entry doors and open-air corridors – making it one-of-a-kind and creating one of Brisbane’s most liveable buildings.

The Alba

Nominated by Australian Unity

Owned by Australian Unity

The Alba successfully transformed a dated seventies office building into a premium integrated assisted living and vertical aged care residence, setting a new benchmark for seniors living and adaptive reuse. The development was innovative in the five pillars of: project vision, design, economic benefit, seniors living and educating the industry.

The Markets Precinct, Belconnen

Nominated by Elanor Investors Group

Owned by Elanor Investors Group

The redevelopment of Capital Food Market precinct sets an industry benchmark in transforming a 3-hectare site in Belconnen, Canberra from dated, single-purpose market buildings into a European-inspired, sustainable mixed-use village centred around a new, lively, community-centred fresh food market whilst providing much needed residential accommodation for 615 new dwellings.

TLC Healthcare | Mordialloc

Nominated by VIA Architects

Owned by TLC Healthcare

TLC Healthcare | Mordialloc stands as Australia's first multigenerational healthcare precinct, integrating residential aged care, primary care, early learning, a village café and health and wellness amenities within a single location. VIA Architects' design response fosters integrational connections, delivering both social equity and a paradigm-shifting approach to community care.

Upper House

Nominated by Aria Property Group

Owned by Aria Property Group

Upper House blends luxury with nature into 188 residences. Crafted by visionary Koichi Takada and inspired by Moreton Bay fig trees, it's a city-scale tribute to nature’s artistry. Upper House, with its rooftop club fostering resident wellbeing and community, extensive art collection, and 5-Star Greenstar certification, redefines urban living standards.

Wurriki Nyal - City of Greater Geelong

Nominated by Quintessential

Owned by City Of Greater Geelong

Wurriki Nyal emerges as a modern marvel of ingenuity and environmental stewardship. This cutting-edge civic precinct, whose name means "speak and talk together" is not just a building; it's a statement of sustainability, collaboration, and community and the design makes it a nucleus for fostering engagement and service excellence.

2023 Winner

Brookfield Place Sydney (NSW)

Brookfield Place Sydney embodies innovation across five key areas: strategic planning, design and construction, heritage restoration, transport integration and urban regeneration. Innovative architectural design combined with ground-breaking construction methods enabled a 27-level Premium Grade office tower to be built over a live rail station concourse.

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