Stable is an innovative, award-winning Australian development and property services company established in 2003. Its founding directors, Ed Horton and Danny Flynn have forged a name as leading figures in sustainable commercial and residential developments.

Operating from their Lifestyle Working  building in Brookvale, Stable is creating innovative projects that distinguish themselves through design, form and function delivering sustainable yet equitable buildings where people love to live and work.

Stable’s vision is to challenge convention and create vibrant, environmentally sustainable developments.

Stable has created the first brand for the commercial built environment – “Lifestyle Working”.  Equitable sustainable commercial buildings that can be replicated – from city to country to climate to economy – a collaborative network of sustainable business communities that are better for people and ultimately better for business.


Stable’s founders, Ed Horton and Danny Flynn, have driven the company’s innovative direction since 2003. Their aim: to create world-class projects that deliver financial, environmental, cultural and communal benefits to every stakeholder including residents, occupiers, regulators and investors. Their integrity, loyalty, and commitment to excel underpin every Stable development.

Stable Founders

Our aim is to deliver financial, environmental, communal and cultural benefits for investors and occupiers. Our branded process and formulas can be replicated across geographical and cultural divides.

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Working with Stable

We work with reliable, trusted and creative partners every step of the way. Visionary, award-winning architects. Environmental thought leaders. Powerful financial allies like ANZ and Commonwealth Bank. Private equity and joint venture partners like Lend Lease and FKP. Real estate agents like JLL who embrace the path we take. And builders who share our commitment to quality.

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Sustainable Evolution

There’s been a shift in community expectations and business demands towards sustainable buildings. Stable is a recognised leader. Case in point: at Lifestyle Working Collins Street, we created Australia’s first 5 star green star commercial building. We challenge convention with vibrant and equitable concepts that are far removed from ‘machines’ for living and working in.

Sustainability is at the core of everything we do, every project we undertake.

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Awards / Track Record

We have the runs on the board. We have successfully created commercial and residential developments that not only meet the needs of the Australian market but also address the needs of local and international investors. Our buildings respond to future needs of investors and occupiers. The market acceptance of our Lifestyle Living and Lifestyle Working brands proves it.
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Let's Work Together
If you share our belief that equitable, sustainable buildings are the way forward, we should be talking.
Please contact Group Chairman Ed Horton or Managing Director Danny Flynn to start the conversation about the new way of thinking in Australian and international property.


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Smart design has provided an equitable balance between technologies, design and community expectations, exceeding contemporary market and regulatory requirements.

Tim Elgood

Good design is about understanding efficiency and getting as much from your space as possible... it's also about company expression through branding.

Paul Morrell

Investors want the best for their people, the best for the environment and the best for their business... they understand that sustainable development is not an option; it is essential.

Tom Paladino

Workplaces, work practices and high density living have re-defined and re-shaped. A shift in business expectations demands buildings that respond to the future needs of investors and occupiers.

Ed Horton