A long history of
successful developments

Past projects

We are proud of the contribution our past developments have made to their local communities. Some highlights include:

 

Hoxton Park Central: Medich Corporation acquired this prime 3.958 hectare site in Sydney’s rapidly growing south-west in 2006. With its excellent corner exposure, we redeveloped it into a prime retail centre. Hoxton Park Central officially opened in 2008 with a large new format Bunning’s Warehouse, Officeworks and Kennards Self Storage, as well as parking for 455 cars. A 503 sqm McDonald’s restaurant opened in February 2011, completing this development. Hoxton Park Central was sold late 2013.

 

Norton Plaza Shopping Centre: This land was originally acquired in the 1970s (with the Caltex Service Station and Sydney Electricity site added prior to the development of the shopping centre). In 1999 a contemporary shopping centre was opened, quickly becoming an iconic destination for fresh food, quality products and outstanding service. Anchored by a Coles supermarket and the renowned Norton St Grocer, it was sold to The GPT Group in 2007.

 

Silverstate Industrial Estate: one of the largest industrial estates in Silverwater, this modern office warehouse complex includes 20,000 sq. metres of lettable space. Medich constructed its fifth building on a vacant portion of the 3.75ha site after purchasing it in 1989. It was sold progressively by the group between 2000 and 2003.

 

El Toro Industrial Estate: Constructed by Medich in the early 1980s, this modern complex with 106 factory units has prime exposure on the Hume Highway and was just 500 metres from Liverpool’s Westfield shopping centre. It was sold by the group in the late 1990s.

 

Kelvin Park, Bringelly: This prestigious rural-residential subdivision included 200 two-hectare homesites.

 

Greenfield Park shopping complex and Tavern (pictured above): Acquired in partnership in 1986. The Medich Property Group managed and repositioned the property, and within one year occupancy increased dramatically. Facilities were upgraded, the Franklins supermarket expanded, the number of speciality shops and carparking spaces were increased, and a Shell Service station was constructed. The centre was sold in 1994.

 

Denham Court Estate: In 1983 a 62 ha parcel of land was acquired in south-west Sydney’s most exclusive residential suburb, Denham Court. The prestige subdivision, set among rolling green hills, includes 57 one-hectare lots. The estate was sold in 1990 to Masterton Homes.