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Little Steps Into Big League

The Australian Financial Review

Construction will begin next week on a $230 million Brunswick apartment project, in Melbourne's inner north, which will bring the value of Little Projects' developments to almost $1 billion. Read more

Little’s big plans for new private life

PAUL little spent 26 years of his life working to build an integrated logistics business providing a one stop-shop for customers. Read more

The new Australian dream: own an apartment

The Australian Financial Review

Apartments are on course to overtake houses as the most common new homes in Australia’s biggest cities as young buyers and renters forgo the traditional backyard for tight living spaces in the inner suburbs. Read more

On The Boards

On The Boards

Trends Ideas

Gentrification has played a vital role in the re-establishment of inner-city neighbourhoods the world over. Residential areas that experienced an exodus post-WW11, along with derelict sites, have recently undergone a renaissance as couples and young families seek a more urban lifestyle. Read more

Little’s Ilk win means big lift to Forrest Hill

DEVELOPER Paul Little has won the battle against a rival developer to build his $200 million Ilk project in South Yarra, giving the suburb's growing Forrest Hill precinct a big lift. Read more

This Little Projects goes to market with designer touches

The Age

MELBOURNE developer Little Projects next week begins marketing its new $50 million luxury apartment development, nestled in the heart of leafy Hawthorn. Read more

Freight boss drives project

The Age

TRANSPORT chief Paul Little’s reputation as a property developer has been further underlined with the release of a prestigious new apartment project in Port Melbourne. Read more

From little grains big projects flow

The Age

THE derelict former Tip Top Bakery site in East Brunswick – once the plaything of real estate spruiker Henry Kaye and failed developer Westpoint – has found willing, cashed-up investor. Read more

Fitzroy Street Redevelopment

The Age

One of the newest developers to emerge from the recent economic downturn, which put a financial strain on many of Melbourne’s traditional builders, has quietly purchased a development site opposite Albert Park Lake. Read more

Hitting the beach

The Age

LITTLE Project Developments has also been out shopping. With Sunday Domain tomorrow reporting a major new inner-city development site that Paul Little backed developer has bought near the beach. Read more

Site for sore eyes

The Age

SOUTH Yarra’s best-located eyesore may be demolished and replaced with a chic $100 million apartment tower – designed by the same architects who gave us Melbourne’s distinctive Rectangular Stadium. Read more

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