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  • Wednesday 20 November 2019 - Peter De Kruijff Developer Iris Residential is keen to make up for lost time after receiving State Administrative Tribunal approval for its $130 million The Terraces at Claremont.

  • Tuesday 19 November 2019, Mark Beyer Iris Residential is preparing to launch a $130 million apartment project overlooking Claremont oval after the State Administrative Tribunal overturned objections raised by the development assessment panel and the local council.

  • Welcome to the first edition of Iris News.

  • With construction slated to bein on developer Iris Residential's $140 million mixed-use Shenton Quarter development at Shenton Park next year, Iris Residential Chief Operating officer Tanya Trevisan said the complex would offer the ultimate lifestyle and conveineice to buyers. 

  • Developers are leaving market uncertainty in the past and focusing on design and amenity to guide the next wave of Perth apartment projects. - Dan Wilkie Business News

  • Iris Residential is delighted to announce the appointment of tier one builder Multiplex as the builder of our Amara City Gardens project.

  • Iris Residential's latest apartment development, One Mabel Park in Jolimont, has proved popular, with 30 per cent of it sold before its official launch.

  • Iris Residential has been receiving high levels of inquiry for its yet-to-be-launched One Mabel in Jolimont. 

  • Opinion Piece

  • Primewest-Iris Residential's $140 million plan for 150 apartments and 14 specialty tenancies at the gateway to LandCorp's Montario Quarter in Shenton Park has been approved. 

  • Iris Residential and Primewest are seeking feedback on their $140 million joint – venture mixed-use plan that will form the entrance statement to LandCorp’s Montario Quarter urban infill project in Shenton Park.

  • It’s been a rollercoaster fortnight for Iris Residential, which yesterday won development approval for its $50 million, six-storey One Mabel Park project in Jolimont. Ten days ago its $120 million 142-apartment The Terraces proposal at Claremont on the Park was knocked back after opposition from the Town of Claremont. Yesterday, Iris lodged its appeal. The Metro West Joint Development Assessment Panel yesterday voted three to one in favour of the Parkside Walk plan in Jolimont, subject to conditions.  

  • Iris Residential has unveiled its $120 million, 142-apartment Claremont on the Park development — The Terraces at Claremont — incorporating ground floor retail and commercial space, cutting edge sustainability elements and landscaped podium gardens in a design by Hassell architects.