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Established in 2011, with a vision to set new benchmarks in excellence, Greaton has emerged on the Australian property landscape as a developer intent on creating iconic lifestyle destinations.


A diversified portfolio setting new benchmarks in the property development sector

Greaton’s portfolio of exciting and innovative property landmarks spanning hotel, residential and commercial development projects, brings world-class design and architectural partnerships to the Australian property market.

From large-scale luxury residential projects, hotels and commercial developments, Greaton is committed to creating a legacy of visionary landmarks fostering a sense of community and connection while reminding us of our full potential as a truly global destination.


188 Franklin Street, Adelaide, 5000

West Franklin is one of the largest urban regeneration projects ever undertaken in the Adelaide CBD, occupying a 5,000sqm site that was previously the home of Balfours, an iconic South Australian bakery.

Greaton started early construction on its $300 million West Franklin project, located in Adelaide’s City West, in July 2016. With exterior design and interior fit-out by local Adelaide architects Brown Falconer, the structure is on track to set a new benchmark in Adelaide city living. Stage One main works completed on Friday 8th February 2019.

30-42 Oxford Street, Epping, 2121

This iconic structure comprises 252 luxury apartments spread across two 17 storey towers, with 292 car spaces and 625sqm of retail on the ground level. A two storey heritage building located on the site will also be retained, forming part of the retail precinct.

The site possesses unique characteristics, incorporating a heritage listed building on Oxford Street. Federation bricks and stones from existing buildings on the site will be used in the two storey podium balconies at the front of Oxford Central to reinforce the local character of the area.


St Leonards South Precinct, Sydney, 2065

The proposed development comprises of the consolidation of residential lots at Berry Road, Holdsworth Avenue and River Road, and is intended to build over 377 apartments. It is positioned within the Lane Cove Local Government Area forming part of the St Leonards South Masterplan Precinct.



31 Wheat Road, Darling Harbour, 2000

The Ribbon has earned its name for the undulating form that rises through two elevated roadways on Sydney’s Darling Harbour. Designed by international award-winning architects Hassell, this $700m redevelopment in the heart of Darling Harbour will create a spectacular waterfront experience, providing enhanced ground level activation, improved sightlines over the Harbour and pedestrian links across Cockle Bay and through to Darling Quarter.

The Ribbon is a breathtaking new development set to transform Sydney’s skyline and form an extraordinary new gateway to the western side of the city’s central business district. Mid 2018 The Ribbon was announced that it would be operated by Marriott International as Sydney’s first W Hotel.


141 King William St, Adelaide, 5000

The Westin Adelaide is set to open in 2022 as part of a redevelopment of the iconic Adelaide General Post Office (GPO) building.

Located at the corner of King William and Flinders Streets, in the heart of Adelaide’s Central Business District, The Westin Adelaide will be housed in the Adelaide GPO. The hotel will be housed in a 15-storey tower, with all 285 guestrooms offering sweeping views of the city skyline and Victoria Square.

Guests will also enjoy signature Westin programs and amenities, such as the world-renowned Heavenly® Bed and invigorating Heavenly® Bath experience.


 Corner Strout & McMurtie Rd, McClaren Vale 5171

Greaton has partnered with Wirra Wirra on a project to build the first 5-star accommodation of scale in the McLaren Vale wine region and the first integrated winery resort of its type in South Australia.

Wirra Wirra Managing Director, Andrew Kay said the partnership will provide a massive boost to wine tourism in the region. “McLaren Vale has been crying out for 5-star accommodation of this scale for years. The development will provide a base for visitors to not only enjoy the world class wine the region has to offer, but also the magnificent beaches, food and diverse nature experiences that can be found right across the greater Fleurieu Peninsula.”



 187 Thomas Street, Haymarket, NSW, 2000

187 Thomas Street provides one of the largest sites in the dynamic southern end of the Central Business District with secure cashflow provided through a fully leased office building.
This 10 level commercial tower boasts a 2351sqm mega site with UTS Insearch occupying 88% of the total NLA.