The GQ Build-to-Rent (BTR) platform, backed by GURNER™ and Qualitas, has entered a joint venture with Malaysian developer OSK Property to develop and operate a BTR residential tower within the $2.8 billion Melbourne Square precinct in Southbank, Melbourne.
GURNER™ has bolstered its pipeline of build-to-sell apartments after acquiring a huge site on St Kilda Road on the Melbourne city fringe that he will convert into an $800 million luxury project with up to 180 residences.
Property developer GURNER™ has lodged plans to deliver Australia’s first mainland underwater hotel rooms as part of an ultra-luxury wellness resort proposed in the heart of Port Douglas.
A build-to-rent (BTR) management platform owned by luxury lifestyle developer GURNER and alternative asset manager Qualitas (ASX: QAL) has revealed today it has a pipeline of 3,650-plus apartments on its books as it looks to strengthen its foothold in the burgeoning sector.
The millionaire property developer is on a mission to stay forever young, and is selling his passion to the wealthy middle class through hyperbaric oxygen pods, red light therapy and IV drips.
Rich list developer Tim Gurner and real estate financier Qualitas have secured a $2 billion capital injection from an offshore institutional investor to drive the growth of their build-to-rent platform, as they look to expand its presence in Sydney.
Facing financial ruin in 2016, property developer Tim Gurner decided the only way to survive was to tune his mind and body to peak fitness. He’s now using the lessons he learnt to create a multimillion-dollar wellness and fitness business, as he reveals exclusively to Forbes Australia.
One of the Gold Coast's most anticipated projects is set to launch in the coming months. Tim Gurner's GURNER™, in a joint venture with investment house Wingate, are soon to unveil the first tower in La Pelago, their $1.7 billion, four-tower masterplan at Budds Beach in Surfers Paradise.
The Liberman family has turned to Rich Lister Tim Gurner to drive the transformation of a 1.8 hectare Docklands site that alongside fellow investors it has long sought to develop into a $1.75 billion hub with apartment towers and hotel accommodation.
Tim Gurner’s vision for the precinct near Marvel Stadium will rival the awe-inspiring buildings of Singapore, New York or London.