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The measure of a good building is how much time people want to spend in it. We look beyond the size or materiality of a space, to consider instead how it feels and what it’s like to be in. We want to make people feel comfortable in spaces that feel familiar.
Whole-Life Focused
The Living System Approach

The contemporary home, workplace or precinct is not just a structure, but a living breathing system. Our projects consider life holistically and search for better ways to embrace the rich and varied ways Australians live and work today.

Whether it’s an office building, residential building or industrial space, we work with the human outcome in mind across all typologies to create places that people want to work, gather, socialise and live. From the home all your kids’ friends want to come to, to the familiar neighbourhood hotel with moments that make you smile, we create places that understand and evolve with the people that inhabit them.

“We don’t use a formula. We respond to individual sites and contexts creatively to create places that celebrate use, transcend generations, and support and enhance real lives.”

Design, Execution and Everything in Between

The diversity of our specialist people is our special sauce. We’re not one person with one opinion, we’re a genuine collaboration of people with different areas of expertise, connected by a common belief in the importance of the end product.

From design and construction, to legal, sales and administration, our in-house capability provides a rare breadth and depth of knowledge, which allows us to take on projects across sectors with experience and confidence.

We come to the table with robust lateral thinking and creative vision, and the ability to deliver considered outcomes thoroughly and efficiently. Part passion, part obsession, we look at projects from design to execution, always curious and always in control to push thinking and ensure nothing falls between the gaps.

“Our team comes from all walks of life. From design-led backgrounds to people who just love concrete, we live for ideas about all the different ways of thinking and living, and we want to consistently stay at the forefront of the market by evolving and sharing those ideas.”

Close relationships, better places

We put people and relationships first. This isn’t a combat sport, it’s a partnership and we champion loyalty, diversity and integrity inside and out of the business by working with experts in all fields to extend our capability.

Our network allows us to eschew tradition and bureaucracy and work with corporate-like proficiency while being less distracted by formality and standardisation. Together we work with a shared passion and consideration to respect the personal side of every aspect of a development.

A Brief History of Time & Place
2015

Tim’s growing aspirations around the creation of a boutique development company came to fruition as Time & Place was founded. With the help of friend Debra Low Choy, whose energy and experience as a Studio Director at an architectural firm help founder Tim Price make his vision a reality. After her untimely passing in 2017, the team celebrates its first annual ‘Deb Day’, to mark the founding of the business and remember Deb’s contribution, with a night away together.

Nick Paciocco and Evan Papadopoulos join the growing team, bringing with them a wealth of knowledge and experience in mixed-use and residential developments and commercial project management respectively. Their impact is felt immediately through Victoria One and No. 1 Lachlan projects. Our Sydney office opens, to become our second location, after Melbourne.

Time & Place started with an established relationship with fellow developer Golden Age, which sees the development of seminal projects such as Victoria One, Collins House, Opera, Sky One, No. 1 Lachlan, The Harrington Collection, Park One, Sky Garden, Essence Double Bay and the Ace Hotel.

Tim’s growing aspirations around the creation of a boutique development company came to fruition as Time & Place was founded. With the help of friend Debra Low Choy, whose energy and experience as a Studio Director at an architectural firm help founder Tim Price make his vision a reality. After her untimely passing in 2017, the team celebrates its first annual ‘Deb Day’, to mark the founding of the business and remember Deb’s contribution, with a night away together.

Nick Paciocco and Evan Papadopoulos join the growing team, bringing with them a wealth of knowledge and experience in mixed-use and residential developments and commercial project management respectively. Their impact is felt immediately through Victoria One and No. 1 Lachlan projects. Our Sydney office opens, to become our second location, after Melbourne.

Time & Place started with an established relationship with fellow developer Golden Age, which sees the development of seminal projects such as Victoria One, Collins House, Opera, Sky One, No. 1 Lachlan, The Harrington Collection, Park One, Sky Garden, Essence Double Bay and the Ace Hotel.

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Victoria One
Collins House
Opera
2016

Architect Edward Pearse and Director Chris O’Keefe join the team. Ed’s imaginative vision, design acumen and commercial planning expertise guide Time & Place’s developments from conception to completion. Chris’ background in large-scale commercial and retail development sees the birth of Time & Place Commercial, focusing on industrial and commercial opportunities.

Architect Edward Pearse and Director Chris O’Keefe join the team. Ed’s imaginative vision, design acumen and commercial planning expertise guide Time & Place’s developments from conception to completion. Chris’ background in large-scale commercial and retail development sees the birth of Time & Place Commercial, focusing on industrial and commercial opportunities.

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2017

Time & Place sees an opportunity in the market for medium-sized industrial sites and acquires industrial projects Williams Point and The Junction, Laverton. The first foray into industrial land subdivision, Time & Place now has six industrial development projects in its portfolio and a partnership with MaxCap gives the business certainty in this growing sector.

Time & Place sees an opportunity in the market for medium-sized industrial sites and acquires industrial projects Williams Point and The Junction, Laverton. The first foray into industrial land subdivision, Time & Place now has six industrial development projects in its portfolio and a partnership with MaxCap gives the business certainty in this growing sector.

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The Junction industrial project
2018

A big year for Time & Place in Sydney as Park One launches with 300 units selling in the first three hours, and The Harrington Collection launches with fireworks and music on Sydney Harbour. The Harrington Collection is the longest-running project at The Rocks in Sydney, offering some of Australia’s highest value apartments with views of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge.

Following a lifestyle hotel research trip to New York, and South Beach Miami, a relationship is established with Ace Hotels for the delivery of The Ace Sydney. This year also realises over $1B in projects delivered.

A big year for Time & Place in Sydney as Park One launches with 300 units selling in the first three hours, and The Harrington Collection launches with fireworks and music on Sydney Harbour. The Harrington Collection is the longest-running project at The Rocks in Sydney, offering some of Australia’s highest value apartments with views of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge.

Following a lifestyle hotel research trip to New York, and South Beach Miami, a relationship is established with Ace Hotels for the delivery of The Ace Sydney. This year also realises over $1B in projects delivered.

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The Rocks, Harrington Collection
2019

Time & Place discover and purchase a rare gem – a vacant site in the heart of the Melbourne CBD. While the vision for The Queensbridge Building was being set, Time & Place turned the unused site into Underpark, a central city activation where sport and culture collide. Featuring a basketball court artwork by Kamilaroi artist Reko Rennie which sets the tone for the community space, designed to bring people together.

Time & Place discover and purchase a rare gem – a vacant site in the heart of the Melbourne CBD. While the vision for The Queensbridge Building was being set, Time & Place turned the unused site into Underpark, a central city activation where sport and culture collide. Featuring a basketball court artwork by Kamilaroi artist Reko Rennie which sets the tone for the community space, designed to bring people together.

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2020

Several joint ventures with partners such as Woolworths, V-Leader and Hickory helps Time & Place establish new projects in Glen Iris, South Melbourne and Southbank. Working with leading architects such as Cox, Carr and Elenberg Fraser, these projects put people at the heart of design, offering living systems that cater to modern Australian lifestyles.

Furthering our development capability Luana Melis joins Time & Place as General Counsel and Company Secretary, setting up the in-house legal function.

Paola Di Berardino is nominated and successfully appointed to the Property Council of Australia (NSW) Residential Property Council Member. Paola successfully led The Harrington Collection project and is passionate about using progressive yet sensitive architecture to preserve heritage contexts, while building a high-quality future.

Several joint ventures with partners such as Woolworths, V-Leader and Hickory helps Time & Place establish new projects in Glen Iris, South Melbourne and Southbank. Working with leading architects such as Cox, Carr and Elenberg Fraser, these projects put people at the heart of design, offering living systems that cater to modern Australian lifestyles.

Furthering our development capability Luana Melis joins Time & Place as General Counsel and Company Secretary, setting up the in-house legal function.

Paola Di Berardino is nominated and successfully appointed to the Property Council of Australia (NSW) Residential Property Council Member. Paola successfully led The Harrington Collection project and is passionate about using progressive yet sensitive architecture to preserve heritage contexts, while building a high-quality future.

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2021

Several exciting acquisitions are underway, including a new project in Alexandria NSW in partnership with Hickory and Qualitas to develop 16,000 m2 NLA of commercial office space, and the Northcote Plaza site that will become one of Australia’s largest Build to Rent projects over essential retail development.

Time Place Agency is established to support the sale of key projects, headed up by James Herbert – Sales Director, who joined the business in 2019.

Our two first industrial projects in Williamstown and Laverton are completed and settle. Time & Place surpasses $4B of active projects.

Several exciting acquisitions are underway, including a new project in Alexandria NSW in partnership with Hickory and Qualitas to develop 16,000 m2 NLA of commercial office space, and the Northcote Plaza site that will become one of Australia’s largest Build to Rent projects over essential retail development.

Time Place Agency is established to support the sale of key projects, headed up by James Herbert – Sales Director, who joined the business in 2019.

Our two first industrial projects in Williamstown and Laverton are completed and settle. Time & Place surpasses $4B of active projects.

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Our Focus
We’re proud to have established a rich culture that supports a young, diverse and driven team. Our staff are the core of everything we do – they represent our capacity to be effective, to grow, and to achieve our future ambitions.

Design is in our DNA and informs how we look and think about opportunities. We bring a design mindset across industries and place typologies to create unique outcomes. Our balance of design and technical experience is rare in a development business.

Our broader network and relationships with like-minded experts challenge our views and help extend our capability. This outward focus allows us to operate as a large-scale developer with the deft and creativity of an independent practice. We continue to develop deep and honest relationships as we grow.

It’s our responsibility as place makers to create considered and mindful places where people feel like they belong. Places that transcend generations and maintain relevance, is what we want our legacy to be.

Even when we think we’re at the finish line, we look again and go back to the drawing board if it means finding a better outcome. We stay open-minded and unregimented in our approach so we can continue to make interesting places that celebrate use.

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Level 26
35 Collins Street
Melbourne VIC 3000


+61 3 9900 6212
info@timeplace.com.au

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Level 38 - Suite 3803
Australia Square
264 George Street
Sydney NSW 2000

+61 3 9900 6212
info@timeplace.com.au