About Us Transforming Places

Australia's leader in urban transformation

Founded in 1978, PAYCE have successfully undertaken some of Australia’s largest and most ambitious urban transformations.

Through masterplanned endeavours such as The Waterfront at Homebush Bay and Washington Park at Riverwood, PAYCE have proven that they can successfully create communities which completely redefine the social fabric of their environments. PAYCE achieves this by paying close attention to what it is that makes places harmonious and liveable. Not only does PAYCE incorporate a range of desirable amenities such as retail and dining precincts, they also initiate a programme of community-run events and initiatives to give residents a real sense of inclusion.

Take a closer look at how PAYCE transforms places at Washington Park and The Waterfront

Latest News

Building new communities and corporate philanthropy

13 September 2018 – Leading property and investment company PAYCE has forged many successful partnerships with community groups while undertaking urban renewal. So it was a natural step forward for PAYCE to establish its own […]

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Smart Cities Can Deliver a Better Quality of Life

6 September 2018 – Smart technology can not only solve the challenges of growing cities but can also significantly improve the quality of life of residents, PAYCE Director Dominic Sullivan told guests at this year’s […]

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Harts Landing Wins Another Award

27 August 2018 – Integrated residential project Harts Landing, developed by PAYCE in collaboration with leading community housing provider, Evolve Housing, has won another award, this time recognised by PowerHousing Australia. PAYCE and Evolve received […]

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PAYCE Launches Vivid at South Village

24 August 2018 – PAYCE today announced the sales launch of Vivid at South Village – a key element of its urban renewal project at Kirrawee in the city’s south. Boston Marketing director Rhys Morgan […]

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Sydney Street Choir Corporate Challenge thrills city lunch-time crowd

7 August 2018 – The Sydney Street Choir and eight corporate choirs lifted the spirits of a large city lunchtime crowd in Martin Place amphitheatre today with their performances in this year’s Sydney Street Choir […]

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