Ledlin Develop is a commercial property development business specialising in contemporary workspaces far beyond the industry standard.
Our vision is to deliver innovative commercial properties of functional design, with greater usability and more aesthetic appeal than what is currently available to the consumer.
Places where occupants are proud and inspired to come to work, as are their customers and clients to visit, interact and do business.
Ledlin Build, our internal construction company, provides Ledlin Develop with complete control over building quality and timeliness of contract delivery.
Our lean team of multi-talented individuals have intent focus on pairing industry leading design with luxury residential inspired inclusions to deliver a product and investment experience well above the industry standard, for a below market price.
Founded in 2013, Ledlin Develop’s sharp rise to success was guided by Michael and his 35 years of experience in the construction industry. Michael has provided significant support and direction as his son, Oscar, has applied his business knowledge and relentless passion to quickly make an impact on the Melbourne commercial property market.
Ledlin Develop remains committed to creating innovative commercial spaces of the highest quality, delivering contemporary working environments that achieve the perfect balance of aesthetic appeal and functional usability.
For more information, go to https://ledlin.com.au/
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