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At Cushman & Wakefield, we want people to make the most of every opportunity they have - in work, and in life. We make an impact in our markets, as we have a relentless belief in our brand ethos - ‘Life is what we make it’ - because our clients, people, and the future depend on it.

 
Our people are the true makers of Cushman & Wakefield.  They create tangible outcomes, working with our clients across the Commercial Real Estate industry to make great things happen.  Our Australian team has expanded to offer a full suite of services to our clients, from East Coast to West. Our core Commercial Real Estate business lines include:
 
  • Capital Markets
  • Industrial & Logistics | Sales & Leasing
  • Middle Markets
  • Office Leasing
  • National Investment Sales
  • Retail Leasing  
  • Valuations & Advisory
  • Asset Management 
     

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WE MAKE AN IMPACT

Explore how we Make an Impact in Commercial Real Estate in Australia, and across the world.

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Cushman & Wakefield, Life is What We Make It, Global

We make big things happen for our clients by making it sustainable, inclusive and efficient. We make an impact, because we know Life is what we make it.

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Mark Clapham, Joint Managing Director Perth, WA, Australia

In Perth, Mark Clapham leads by example. That’s why he’s not only our Managing Director, but also nurtures his passion for art as the Chair of Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts. He also makes the team smile by bringing his dog Rhino to the office everyday, and finds a balance in life to catch up with loved ones.

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Digby Sutherland and Mark Clapham, Perth, WA, Australia

Our Joint Managing Directors from Perth, WA tell us what it means to be part of Cushman & Wakefield.

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Salesforce Tower, Australia

Sydney’s skyline is full of pretty impressive buildings, but Salesforce Tower is setting new records, and expectations, for what a workplace can be. Connected, dynamic, flexible, accessible and sustainable, with inbuilt capacity to adapt to new and emerging technologies, Salesforce Tower is more than an office. And we get to lease it.

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VIVID, Australia

The lights weren’t just shining for some at Wild Lights at Taronga Zoo - this year, these amazing light installations were shining for everyone. As the inaugural access and inclusion partner for Vivid’s Wild Lights event, we worked hard to invest in the most accessible infrastructures around the famous Sydney Harbour site.

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LATEST RELEASES

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Cushman & Wakefield further strengthens its Logistics & Industrial platform across Australia and New Zealand

Cushman & Wakefield is ending 2022 on a high with the major appointment of Tony Iuliano, who has joined to lead its Industrial & Logistics platform across Australia and New Zealand as International Director - Head of Industrial & Logistics ANZ.

Jessica Freeman • 15/12/2022

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Cushman & Wakefield expands WA Project & Development Services team

Cushman & Wakefield is pleased to announce the appointment of Craig Townsend as Associate Director - Client Services, Project & Development Services, based in WA.

Jessica Freeman • 12/12/2022

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Sydney’s iconic Castlereagh Club to hit the market

Sydney’s iconic The Castlereagh Club, home to the City Tattersalls Group is set to hit the market. 14 November 2022, underpinned by its valuable triple net lease and long WALE with guaranteed rental growth, already capturing the interest of a number of local and offshore investors.

Jessica Freeman • 12/12/2022

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New York’s Fifth Avenue Crowned World’s Most Expensive Shopping Street

New York’s Fifth Avenue has reclaimed its position as the world’s most expensive retail street, with average rents of USD2,000 per square foot (sq ft) per year (€21,076/sq m/yr) according to a new global ranking from real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield.

 

Jessica Freeman • 12/12/2022

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5 Steps to Climate Positive Real Estate

Cushman & Wakefield, a leading global real estate services firm, today released its 5 steps to climate positive real estate report at the China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai. 

Jessica Freeman • 09/12/2022

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Cushman & Wakefield’s 2022 End of Year Market Commentary and 2023 Forecast

According to Simon Fenn, Cushman & Wakefield’s Managing Director, Commercial Real Estate ANZ, rapidly changing macroeconomic conditions over the course of 2022 has slowed the market; we are certainly operating under different conditions than we expected to be at the beginning of the year.

Jessica Freeman • 09/12/2022

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Cushman & Wakefield Launches Global ‘Life Is What We Make It’ Campaign

Cushman & Wakefield (CWK), a global leader in commercial real estate services, today launched ‘Life Is What We Make It’ – a view into the firm’s impact on people, communities and the planet through its work with clients in 60 countries.

Jessica Freeman • 06/12/2022

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Ben Younger joins Cushman & Wakefield WA as Joint Head of Capital Markets

Cushman & Wakefield continues its rapid expansion across Western Australia with the appointment of Ben Younger as Joint Head of Capital Markets.

Jessica Freeman • 07/11/2022

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Cushman & Wakefield adds another Powerhouse to its Adelaide CRE team

Cushman & Wakefield continues to ramp up its recruitment drive in Adelaide, with the new appointment of Adam Hartley as Director & Head of Office Leasing, South Australia.

Jessica Freeman • 07/11/2022

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Hutt Street Icon hits the market in Adelaide

An iconic Hutt Street corner site in Adelaide, fully leased to five tenants has hit the market, as investors continue the hunt for well-located commercial assets with long term covenants.

Jessica Freeman • 04/11/2022

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