Bettina provides advisory and transactional services relating to real estate transactions nationwide. Bettina provides property development legal advice to a variety of public and private, listed and unlisted clients. Her practice consists of providing advice in relation to development work and advising high net worth individuals and companies in their property matters.
Bettina has previously provided legal advice to a variety of public and private, listed and unlisted clients, including AMP Capital Investors, Industry Superannuation Property Trust, Australian Unity, Cedar Woods, Burbank, Metro Property Group, Satterley Property Group, Westpac Banking Corporation and Commonwealth Bank.
Advising Cedar Woods on the delivery of Williams Landing, a mixed-use community including strata offices, retail, residential buildings and bespoke offices. This involved drafting and negotiating long term Agreements for Lease and Leases to the Minster for Finance and securing a high-profile medical centre operator.
National Pacific Properties / Burbank
Providing advice on the mixed-use developments at Eliston and Hartleigh including conveyancing, DCP and section 173 agreements and licence requirements.
Managing the leasing portfolio of the historic Georges Building on Collins Street, Melbourne, including setting up a suite of precedent leasing documents, negotiating numerous long-term leases (both retail and commercial) and drafting very bespoke clauses to accommodate the needs of tenants whilst maintaining the historic significance of this building. This included advising on the leasing arrangements for Hub Australia, the country’s largest privately owned coworking operator.
Advising all aspects of property and leasing including the sale of Tooronga shopping centre, the acquisition of an apartment site in Brunswick, the acquisition of 975 Donnybrook Road and development advice for its Mt Atkinson project.
Acting on all legal matters including apartment complexes in inner Melbourne and Blackburn. This included advising on complex management and letting rights arrangements.
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