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A showcase of editorial, press clippings and digital articles featuring Little Projects.

Little Projects announces restructure of company ownership

Little Projects

Little Projects today announces Chairman, Paul Little will sell his portion of the property development business to existing Directors Leighton Pyke and Paris Lechte, who will take over controlling interest in the company effective 1 January 2019. Read more

Auckland’s saving Grace – how one project is restoring faith in the local market

Little Projects

Whilst many new developments are struggling to get off the ground, one project is forging ahead with its construction and bringing with it, forward momentum back to Auckland’s multi-residential market. Read more

Paul Little teams with property owner to redevelop prime Melbourne site – again

Marc Pallisco

What do you do when you're a new and thriving property developer unimpressed with the selection of Melbourne building blocks on the market?
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A discussion with Little Projects’ Construction Director, Paris Lechte

Urban.com.au

Little Projects continues to reinvent its place in the local and national residential market. Read more

Little Projects wins approval for Brighton Townhouse Project

The Urban Developer

The Melbourne-based developer has received approval for a low-rise development delivering 14 townhouses. Read more

Signature Broadbeach – July 2018 Project News

Little Projects

Signature Broadbeach achieves $95m in sales. Read more

Little Projects and Rothelowman: an award-winning alliance

Little Projects

Little Projects is the recent recipient of the 2018 Asia Pacific, Best Residential Development in Australia award for its industrially-inspired project, Dux Richmond Hill. Little Projects’ Construction Director, Paris Lechte and Development Director, Leighton Pyke joined Rothelowman Principal, Stuart Marsland to discern why the pair keeps delivering world-class developments. Read more

Swapping trees for trams

Joanne Hawkins for The Herald Sun

In a reverse tree change, country buyers are hunting urban property in part to ease the tyranny of distance. Read more

Paul Little, Jane Hansen Donate $30m for Student Accommodation

The Urban Developer

Former Toll Holdings boss Paul Little and ex-investment banker Jane Hansen have gifted $30 million to the University of Melbourne to develop student accommodation that will in turn provide an income stream to fund scholarships for students. Read more

Paul Little and Jane Hansen give $30m for student accommodation

Elizabeth Redman for The Australian

Rich-lister and former Toll Holdings boss Paul Little and former investment banker Jane Hansen have unveiled a 40-year vision to provide tertiary scholarships through a $30 million gift to the University of Melbourne. Read more

Mim’s magic

Anne Cooper - Issimo Magazine

“Dux Richmond Hill is subtle," Mim says. " It’s not ‘on trend,’ and that is deliberate. It’s meaningful. It’s designed to stand the test of time.” Read more

Inside the Vogue Living-hosted Little Projects Dux event in Melbourne

Yeong Sassall - Vogue Living

As the co-host for the landmark Little Projects development Dux, Vogue Living takes us inside the exclusive event. Read more

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