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Hotel & Hospitality
Slattery has helped deliver numerous hotel and mixed-use projects of scale across Australia, demonstrating astute, cross-sector experience.
Providing a detailed perspective, Slattery has expertise in iconic hotels, luxury residential developments, and the retail and commercial projects associated with the hotel & hospitality industry. Our portfolio includes many Australian landmarks and latest short and long-stay accommodation projects, embracing design, form and function.
Slattery have recently been engaged to provide financier quantity surveying services for hotel brand 'Yotel', to deliver their flagship Australian property. Yotel offers a modern hotel experience with self-check in, adjustable beds and other extras, and are located in major airports such as Amsterdam Schiphol, London Heathrow and Singapore Changi ... more
Slattery have been engaged to provide quantity surveying services for a mixed-use development by Yarra Hotel Group. This project will see the delivery of a serviced apartment hotel with ground floor retail, a restaurant and sky bar, 5-star lobby and communal space. Approximately 400 premier apartments will span over 39 ... more
Situated on Burleigh Heads Beach, the Burleigh Beach Pavilion renewal leverages the natural setting in one of Australia’s iconic beach suburbs, Burleigh Heads combined with growing tourism, quality food and beverage offers. The project included alterations to the existing structure and façade. An extension and fitout to the upper level ... more
A three-tower, combined hotel and residential development occupies a 5,000 sqm triangular site in Fortitude Valley, bordered by Brunswick and Alfred Streets and Barry Parade. This new $600 million investment in Fortitude Valley is a bold design based on New York’s distinctive Flatiron building providing luxury penthouse living. Slattery is ... more
Slattery completed the concept cost plan for the Myer Centre Brisbane’s potential redevelopment plans. Working alongside the building’s owner, ISPT, Slattery explored level by level building costs as well as functional building costs.