Willing Property

“Kastle to build Mt Lawley apartments” – Business News

Posted: 8 October 2021

Willing Group’s Willing Property has appointed Leederville-based Kastle to build its $40.5 million luxury Mount Lawley apartments. Read more at BusinessNews.com.au

“Approval for $36m Field St Project” – Business News

Posted: 26 February 2021

Willing Property will progress its plans for a four-storey apartment project in Mount Lawley, after the development was approved by planning authorities this morning. Read more at BusinessNews.com.au

“Ready and Willing for new look” – The Australian

Posted: 24 November 2020

Tim Willing left his job with a large developer to start his own company Willing Property, pictured in Surry Hills on Monday….

“Developers keen on Beaufort St” – Business News

Posted: 10 November 2020

“More than $100 million worth of residential projects are emerging in and around the city fringe location. “

“The Best Cafes In Perth” – Perth Is Ok

Posted: 27 October 2020

“An espresso bar started by a property developer? It hardly fills you with inspiration… unless that developer is Tim Willing. Joining forces with expert baristas, Willing is inspired by 1950s, family-run Italian coffee shops, with coffee firmly the focus – although there’s still room for some cycling paraphernalia, of course.”

“Pindan to build $16m project” – Business News

Posted: 13 October 2020

“Property group Pindan has secured work on a $16 million boutique apartment block in Mount Lawley, with construction to begin this month.”

“Turning the tide on Perth’s ‘sea of sameness’ one brick at a time” – The Age

Posted: 13 July 2020

“Establishing a small corner of European living in Mount Lawley, complete with wine bar and coffee shop, all speaks to developer Tim Willing’s own story and hopes for Perth beyond COVID-19.”

“The Deli on Central” – Broadsheet

Posted: 12 February 2020

“The Deli on Central is property developer and former Australian track cycling champion Tim Willing’s second cafe, following Guildford favourite Willing Coffee.”

“Movement on apartments for Momentum, Willing” – Business News

Posted: 10 February 2020

“Developers have made progress on a pair of near-city apartment projects, with construction starting on a $15.5 million complex in Highgate by Momentum Wealth, while Willing Property has secured approval for its Clifton & Central project in Mount Lawley.”

“State and council planners battle over contentious Mt Lawley apartments” – Perth Now

Posted: 10 February 2020

“TWO homes in Mt Lawley’s heritage protection area will be demolished to make way for a $5.75 million four-storey apartment and shops complex after a State planning panel overruled the City of Stirling.”