Retiring Village Roadshow boss Graham Burke buys Chevron Island office block

Retiring Village Roadshow boss Graham Burke buys Chevron Island office block
Retiring Village Roadshow boss Graham Burke buys Chevron Island office block

The retiring Village Roadshow boss Graham Burke has bought an office block on the Gold Coast's Chevron Island.

The Melbourne-based company executive, one of Australia's longest serving CEO's who is stepping down after 31 years, has spent $4.1 million with a Mehmet Unal.

The modern three level building at 34 Thomas Drive sits at the eastern end of the Chevron retail area.

It is called home by law firm Perrin Partners, real estate developer Vested Group and Co.As.It. Community Service, a company in the aged care and community services industry.

The building comprises six strata offices, basement and ground parking with three spaces per lot.

Retiring Village Roadshow boss Graham Burke buys Chevron Island office block

Burke has been at Village Roadshow for 62 years having started working at the Ararat town hall in country Victoria as a ticket collector and floor sweeper.

Burke is based in South Yarra.

In 2017 he sold his four bedroom St Kilda sub-penthouse for $5.05 million, well down on the $7.3 million he spent off the plan well over a decade ago.

He will remain on the board of Village Roadshow.

 

 

 

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