Cedar Woods Properties is a national property developer of high-quality residential communities and commercial developments. Established in 1987 and listed on the Australian Stock Exchange in 1994, we have grown to become one of Australia’s leading property companies with a portfolio diversified by geography, price point and product type.
We established a reputation for generating long-term shareholder value underpinned by our disciplined approach to acquisitions, the rigour and thoughtfulness of its designs, and the creation of dynamic and vibrant communities that meet the evolving needs of its customers.
Our diversified product mix ranges from land subdivisions in emerging residential communities, to medium and high-density apartments and townhouses in vibrant inner-city neighbourhoods, and supporting retail and commercial developments. Our developments epitomise the company’s long-standing commitment to quality.
Cedar Woods Properties has been creating dynamic residential communities and commercial developments for more than 30 years and now has successful projects in Western Australia, Victoria, Queensland and South Australia.
We aim to deliver innovative developments with lasting quality that is recognised by our customers. Cedar Woods understands the importance of a holistic approach to all its projects and works hard to deliver dynamic environments where its residents can live, work and thrive.
One of Cedar Woods’ primary objectives is to create value for shareholders through the delivery of consistent growth in company earnings.
In progress and coming soon
Cedar Woods has expanded its portfolio in Victoria with the acquisition of a 43 hectare site in Melbourne’s north to accommodate a masterplanned community of more than 500 lots.
Cedar Woods Properties Limited (ASX: CWP) has signed a conditional contract to acquire 179 Erindale Rd, Hamersley, Western Australia from Broadcast Australia* for $21.2m, plus GST.
Cedar Woods are pleased to announce the purchase of 133 Salvado Road, Subiaco in Western Australia for $15.05m, with settlement to occur in July 2020.