Darren Steinberg of Dexus named Urban Taskforce Property Person Of The Year for 2019

Darren Steinberg of Dexus named Urban Taskforce Property Person Of The Year for 2019
Darren Steinberg of Dexus named Urban Taskforce Property Person Of The Year for 2019

The Urban Taskforce has announced its Property Person of the Year as Darren Steinberg, the CEO of Dexus. 

“Darren Steinberg is a distinguished leader of the Australian Property industry, with a career spanning 30 years across property management, leasing, development, fund management and now at Dexus where he has been CEO for the past seven years,” said Urban Taskforce Chairman Peter Daly.

“As CEO, Darren has led Dexus to an impressive position, building the group to $31.8 billion funds under management and managing a portfolio of properties across the Australian office, industrial, retail and healthcare sectors. Dexus’s portfolio now includes 53 office properties, making it the largest office owner and manager of office properties in Australia.”

Urban Taskforce CEO, Chris Johnson, said: “Darren is a very worthy recipient of Property Person of the Year and follows an impressive series of winners including Harry Triguboff of Meriton, Lang Walker, Greg Goodman, Ross McDiven from Multiplex, Steve McCann from Lendlease and last year’s winner Justin Hemmes from Merivale Group. All of these people have contributed in exceptional ways to the Property industry in Australia.”

Dexus has developed global award-winning properties including 5 Martin Place in Sydney, 480 Queen Street in Brisbane, Kings Square in Perth and the recently completed 100 Mount Street in North Sydney.

It is also behind a number of major projects including 80 Collins Street and 60 Collins Street in Melbourne, the Pitt and Bridge Street Precinct in Sydney, the Health and Education Precinct in St Leonards, and the Waterfront Precinct in Brisbane.

“Darren is a committed advocate for the Property industry and its importance to the Australian economy, and has made a strong contribution as former two term National President of the Property Council of Australia and a founding member of the Property Male Champions of Change,” said Johnson.

The Property Person of the Year award will be presented to Steinberg at a dinner on 28 November.

The event will raise funds for the Warrah Society and St Vincent’s Prostate Cancer Centre.

Over the past 16 years, the Property Person of the year event has raised more than $2.5 million for charity.

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