Bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the east and Pittwater to the west in Sydney’s Northern Beaches is the suburb of Newport. Its distinctive blend of urbanity and surf culture has rendered this coastal enclave a highly desirable place to live, and Qubec – a low-density development by Nettletontribe Architects and Stable Group – leans into the area’s many attributes with ease.
Bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the east and Pittwater to the west in Sydney’s Northern Beaches is the suburb of Newport. Its distinctive blend of urbanity and surf culture has rendered this coastal enclave a highly desirable place to live, and Qubec – a low-density development by Nettletontribe Architects and Stable Group – leans into the area’s many attributes with ease.Read More
Two locals are challenging the status quo when it comes to commercial and residential development in this country, creating projects built on the foundation of equitable sustainability.
When Ed Horton and Danny Flynn left big firms to start their own development and property services company Stable – out of Ed’s Terrey Hills barn, hence the name – they had a shared vision. Firstly, they believed in sustainable development, buildings designed around people and people’s needs, and secondly, they saw an evolving landscape around workplaces.Read More
POSH IS CANCER COUNCIL’S FLAGSHIP GALA BALL
In 2021, POSH will be celebrating its 22nd anniversary and QUBEC by Stable Properties is proud to be a Corporate Partner of the 22nd POSH Gala Ball.
POSH is well regarded as one of Sydney’s premier social events and has raised over $18 million for life-saving cancer research, support, prevention, and advocacy. The committed work and focused strategy of the POSH Committee has ensured that the event continues to grow every year.
The POSH 2021 gala, will be held on Saturday 1 May at The Fullerton Hotel, Sydney. Funds raised will be directed to Cancer Council’s research, advocacy, support and prevention programs.
Let's Work TogetherIf 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.
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