Steven Apostolou

+61 3 8825 4800
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Partner

Steve is a highly regarded and experienced commercial property lawyer who has been involved in numerous multi-million dollar matters ranging from site acquisition through to sales and resales.

He works closely with some of Melbourne’s most prominent and successful property developers and business people.

Significant matters

  • Numerous high density projects in the Forest Hill precinct of South Yarra by Michael L Yates & Co.
  • Staged development of medium density residential, commercial and retail at Mason Point, South Morang by Gibroc Corporation Pty Ltd.
  • Construction contract for Kilmore Shopping Centre.

Areas of expertise

  • Development and construction projects, including commercial, retail, industrial, residential and mixed use properties
  • Acquisitions and disposals, including commercial, retail and industrial
  • Retail and commercial leasing
  • Owners corporation issues
  • Planning
  • Subdivisions
  • Building and construction
  • Preparations and review of agreements for Aged Care operators, managers and residents
  • Structured finance
  • Joint ventures and syndication

Australian Law Awards - Finalist - Property Team of the Year 2018

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