As a globally integrated real estate group, we draw on decades of experience and the latest thinking in development, design, placemaking, construction and investments to deliver iconic and enormously successful places. Think Sydney’s award-winning Barangaroo precinct, London’s Elephant Park urban renewal project, Singapore’s Paya Lebar Quarter, Boston's Clippership Wharf and a $20b urban renewal project comprised of four districts in the San Francisco Bay area. These projects are an example of our $124b global development pipeline.
In the past, we’ve helped deliver some of the world’s most recognised real estate including Sydney’s iconic Opera House, the Tate Britain in London, Kuala Lumpur’s Petronas Towers and the National September 11 Memorial and Museum in New York.
We’re strongly committed to leaving the world a better place in all that we do. We apply bold thinking and world-class knowledge to solving complex challenges and identifying once-in-a-generation opportunities.
Our 7,600 people in Australia, China, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, the UK and the US help create places that set benchmarks in social and environmental sustainability and deliver game-changing experiences and outcomes for governments, partners, communities and people.
What we do
Using our integrated
where two or more of our operating segments of Investments,
Development, and Construction engage on the same project,
we create new mixed-use precincts, communities and
important civic and social infrastructure.
We have a leading funds and asset management platform and a suite of investments across a range of real estate sectors. Our funds and mandates cover the office, residential, retail and industrial sectors as well as capabilities in social infrastructure. The value of funds under management is currently $48b and is targeted to grow to $70b by FY2026. We also manage an additional $33b of residential and retail assets.
We create mixed-use urban precincts that typically include a mix of apartments, workplaces and associated leisure and entertainment amenities. We also develop master-planned communities and retirement living villages. Our development pipeline comprises 47 projects across cities including Sydney, Melbourne, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai, Tokyo, London, Milan, New York and Chicago.
Construction is where it all began. We provide market-leading project management, design and construction services – predominantly in the commercial, residential, mixed-use and social infrastructure sectors. The backlog revenue for our construction business is currently $8.7b.
over 60 years.
Paya Lebar, Singapore
We focus on gateway cities
Our aim is to have a presence in the cities we believe will be the most resilient and best performing around the world.
Playing to the breadth of our skills, these cities often contain sites well suited to regeneration.
To identify the cities most relevant to our strategy and capabilities, we periodically undertake an extensive global study, evaluating key metrics including economic, business climate, geopolitical risks, urbanisation potential and capital market indicators. This process identified an initial 15 gateway cities for our urbanisation platform to target. Today, we operate in 14 of these 15 gateway cities. Major urbanisation projects have been secured by Lendlease in ten of these cities.
Purpose and strategy
Our purpose is to create places where communities thrive. Our integrated business model and proven track record support this ambition.
Our strategy for the next decade is to employ our placemaking expertise and integrated business model in global gateway cities to deliver urban projects and investments that generate social, environmental and economic value.
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