Cedar Woods unveils sixth Williams Landing office

The proposed Hudson Hub at 87 Overton Road, Williams Landing.

Four months after beginning construction of its fifth Williams Landing office – Cedar Woods has unveiled the next one.

Construction of Boston Commons started in February.

The proposed seven storey building, Hudson Hub, at 87 Overton Road, will contain 79 strata office suites, five ground floor shops and a conference centre.

Spaces on level three include balconies between 10-71 square metres.

The smallest offices, meanwhile, measure 47 sqm, and are asking $413.000.

The biggest commercial tenancy is 112 sqm.

It will be Cedar Woods’ firs strata office in the area to feature an activated rooftop.

Hames Sharley is the architect.

The same group also penned the fifth building, Boston Commons, at 89 Overton Rd, which will contain 77 suites over seven storeys.

Williams Landing’s first and arguably highest profile office is the Target headquarters, at 2 Kendall Street.

With 12,919 sqm over eight floors, it was purchased on a funds through basis by Centuria for $58.23m in 2017 (story continues below).

Wesfarmers moved Target’s headquarters from Geelong to Williams Landing in 2019.

Wesfarmers owned Target is committed until 2029.

Ex-Laverton RAAF base filling up

Williams Landing is taking shape on 275ha of the ex-Laverton RAAF base – a site Cedar Woods acquired for $10m in 1998 – 11 years after the ASX listed Perth based company was formed.

The group recently completed and listed for sale a shopping centre across the road from its Overton Rd offices.

That asset is the centrepiece of a 50ha town centre, set to include more retail and commercial product, and over 1300 dwellings.

Cedar Woods has already completed over 2000 residential land lots at the estate.

“Hudson Hub is set to cater to the area’s expanding population, with recent research forecasting that [the council area] Wyndham will reach a population of 512,000 by 2041 with 12,000 new jobs to be located in Williams Landing by 2038,” the company’s Victoria development director, James Bovell, said.

Construction will begin early next year.

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Marc Pallisco

A former property analyst and print journalist, Marc is the publisher of realestatesource.com.au.