History

Sirona Capital commenced operations in 2010 and has grown to become one of Western Australia’s leading real estate developers and investors. Drawing on its investment banking and private equity origins, Sirona takes a big picture, thematic approach to its investment targets to initiate opportunities and development concepts. Our sector-focussed investment themes are built on extensive policy research and market segment analysis.

Sirona assembled the State's largest private industrial landholding in Muchea and Bullsbrook and has been an influential catalyst for the urban renewal occurring in the strategic metropolitan centre of Fremantle. Other investment themes and government policies being pursued include tourism and density targets. Sirona has built an impressive pipeline of future development projects.

Importantly, Sirona is currently developing its largest project to date, the A$ 270 million Kings Square precinct redevelopment, located in the heart of Fremantle’s CBD. The project is underwritten by a 15 year office lease to the Western Australian State Government and includes the new FOMO retail precinct plus 840 car bays. It also includes the development of a new civic precinct for the City of Fremantle, comprising a new administration centre, City Library and tourist visitor centre. Construction will be completed by the end of 2019.