MaxCap funds Blue Earth Group’s Ivanhoe residential development project

MaxCap funds Blue Earth Group’s Ivanhoe residential development project
Staff reporterDecember 7, 2020

MaxCap Group has closed funding for ‘Ivanhoe Gardens’, a large scale residential project with an end value of $140 million in Ivanhoe Melbourne to be developed by Blue Earth Group (BEG).

MaxCap Group is a Australia and New Zealand’s commercial real estate lender and investment manager.

The MaxCap Funding Facility is for the construction of stage one of the master plan development and it will cover two buildings in the project, to be known as ‘Bloomsbury’ and ‘Everleigh’ comprising of 235 apartments.

The project is well located in the leafy north eastern suburb of Ivanhoe and residents will have direct access to public transport, with a metro train station and bus stops along Bell Street.

Residential amenities at ‘Ivanhoe Gardens’ will include a wine cellar, cinema, on-site ‘click & collect’, fitness centre, indoor squash court, sauna, game room, golf simulator and co-working space.

Brae Sokolski, Founder MaxCap Group said “MaxCap has a long proud history of funding Australia’s leading private developers. This transaction represents the 14th project we have partnered together with Blue Earth Group.”

Carlton-based Blue Earth Group was founded by Michael and Omran Dib and commenced operations in 1993.

The Group has since grown to become one of Melbourne’s most highly regarded and active developers, with over 2000 apartments in the current pipeline.

“We develop apartments that revolve around people,” said Mr Michael Dib.

“These are beautiful vibrant spaces that draw inspiration from the 21st century lifestyle."

Editor's Picks