Celebrating the official opening of our inaugural Adelaide office

On a balmy evening in Adelaide, the illuminati of the South Australian property and political spheres gathered to celebrate the opening of MacroPlan's inaugural office. Whilst not physically held at the new King William Street office, the bar atop of a 17 storey building provided a spectacular venue with almost New York views. The crowd of the property sector’s leading lights, politicians and the top brass from the public service were captivated by Founder and Executive Chairman Brian Haratsis’s confident words about the potential of the South Australian market. He espoused his views that Adelaide and South Australia are on the upswing and that MacroPlan is firmly in South Australia for the long haul to work closely with the property sector to extract value from the opportunities to come.

But the story only starts here. MacroPlan is already hitting its straps in Adelaide where we are doing the Cost Benefit Analysis of the proposed planning reforms for the Government, as well as picking up a range of work from retail analysis through to more detailed property advisory services for some of the nation’s largest developers and investors.

If you have problems to be solved or need some assurance and confidence about the potential for new projects in South Australia, please do not hesitate to call one of the team who will be able to help you out. And if you are around King William Street and have some time, pop into our new office on the Ground Floor at 89 King William Street.

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MacroPlan's Chief Executive Officer, Michael Tilt, Senior Manager - Advisory, Matthew Clemow,  General Manager - South Australia, Nathan Paine, and Executive Chairman Brian Haratsis pose for a photograph at the opening.

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Nathan Paine, General Manager - South Australia welcomes guests to the official opening of MacroPlan's inaugural Adelaide office.


About MacroPlan: MacroPlan’s experienced and qualified economists align their understanding of macro-economic forces with micro-economic variables such as geographic and industrial characteristics, demographics, labour market shifts, resource demand and commercial realities.  Contact Nathan Paine, General Manager - South Australia today to discuss your property research requirements.