Our mission is to create developments that are efficient and sustainable to build and operate – that explore ecological regeneration and humanistic design strategies, bringing diverse ways of living and working to the CBD and inner-city suburbs.

We strive for our projects to be exemplars of holistic sustainability – achieving appropriate and innovative environmental, social and governance outcomes throughout the design, construction and final use.

Our developments consistently achieve a noteworthy track record of delivered outcomes, encompassing the following ESG certifications: Greenstar Design & As Built ratings, International WELL Building Institute Certifications (WELL), Industry-leading NatHERS, and NABERs ratings.

By fostering strong partnerships with key stakeholders, government bodies and suppliers, we can leverage collective expertise to deliver projects that embody excellence and promote the well-being of future generations.




The Elizabeth North precinct sets the benchmark for holistic sustainability in Melbourne. The 18-storey tower, now home to CSL Limited’s Global Headquarters, achieved a 5-Star Green Star – Design & As Built v1.2 Design certification rating and is on track to achieve a 5-Star As Built certification.

The project’s sustainability objectives, developed in partnership by PDG, CSL, together with Roberts Co and WSP, included: sustainable development outcomes meeting Australian best practice, energy efficient design and operation, and, an exemplar workplace that fosters collaboration and has enhanced indoor environmental quality.




Set in the historically-significant Queen Victoria Market precinct, Stage 1 has achieved a 5-Star Green Star Design & As Built Rating, comprising of the City of Melbourne’s largest new community hub, 500 carparks for market customers, and 48 affordable housing residences.

Stage 2 is home to 490 Build To Rent apartments for Mirvac, a boutique hotel, and fine grain retail. Boasting an 8-star average NatHERS Rating and electric vehicle infrastructure, residents can live comfortably without compromising their ecological footprint.