- Consolidated Properties Group (CPG) has welcomed three new hires to their team
- Residential development manager will be taken over by both Hannah Tohill and Demi Panagakos
- Assistant development manager role will go to Denai Rex
Consolidated Properties Group (CPG) has welcomed three new hires to their team, with boss Don O’Rourke calling it a stunning win for diversity in the development sector.
Residential development manager will be taken over by both Hannah Tohill and Demi Panagakos, and assistant development manager by Denai Rex.
The new residential development managers will be working across the full CPG residential portfolio, including Yeerongpilly Green and the upcoming development at 600 Coronation Drive.
Just five kilometres from the Brisbane CBD, Yeerongpilly Green will feature 1,200 homes and apartments, surrounded by a retail village and commercial amenities, as well as 1.8 hectares of green space and parklands.
Previously an associate planner with Wolter Consulting Group, Ms Tohill has over a decade of experience in built environment across both the private and public sector.
Her expertise range in planning and development strategy, due diligence, acquisitions, and design development and delivery.
The last two years, Ms Panagakos was at National Storage as an assistant development manager working on it’s expansion.
Ms Rex, as assistant development manager will be across the retail and commercial portfolio, including several Neighbourhood Shopping Centres and the 895 Ann St in Fortitude Valley construction.
Ms Rex is a trained valuer with experience in retail, office and industrial properties for both institutional and private clients.
She was previously a property investment analysis with Mulpha International.
The upcoming projects headed by the new team will add to the more than, already delivered, 200 CPG projects valued at more than $3 billion.
Mr O’Rourke said, “these three new managers bolster our development team at an important time as we continue to build our portfolio across all asset classes.
“But also, they signal how far our company has come in 40-plus years with a female-dominated office that includes the best of the best in the development business.”