Optimus Developments welcomes new CEO

Optimus Developments welcomes new CEO
Optimus Developments welcomes new CEO

The property group, Optimus Developments, has announced the appointment of Alex Windsor as it's new CEO.

Earlier this year Alex Windsor (pictured below) officially joined the business.

He had previously been working on behalf of Optimus Developments for more than four years as Development Director on the EQ Tower, a 65-level residential project comprising 634 apartments in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD.

Mr Windsor brings more than 15 years of industry experience across architecture, engineering, construction and project management.

Originally from England, Mr Windsor moved to Australia in 2004 and was employed by boutique property company Sinclair Brook in an advisory capacity, before becoming Associate Director and staying at the firm for more than 10 years.

Optimus Developments welcomes new CEO

Mr Windsor believes the country’s economic stability ensures a promising future for investors. 

“Australia really is a safe haven for investment compared to the global uncertainty from Brexit and the US/China trade war and our view is that 2019 will remain flat with some market sectors under or over performing,” Mr Windsor said.

“With a strong renewal of market sentiment in 2020, an increased availability of capital funding for mortgages and overall a much more positive outlook and environment for the residential property market, I’m confident we will see the sector continue to grow.”

Mr Windsor added that the company’s upcoming activity remained strongly in providing premium residential options to Australians, though expanding in new areas was also on the cards. 

“We are very focused on Australia’s Eastern Seaboard and specialising in all things residential,” he said.

“That said, we are also interested in diversifying our portfolio to include industrial and commercial assets for long term yield generation and redevelopment opportunity.”

He is currently focused on Optimus Developments making its début into the Queensland property market following the 2017 launch of the $65 million beachside development, 31 Broadbeach.

“With construction of 31 Broadbeach well underway, I'm personally very excited to see this project come to life in my new role as company CEO.”

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