Saville Australia was a privately owned property developer with a variety of residential apartment projects in some of Western Australia’s premier waterside and inner city locations.
In the mid-2000s, Saville Australia’s portfolio was valued at more than $1.7 billion and included the $1.2 billion Capital Square development, which will see the redevelopment of the historic former Emu Brewery site in the Perth CBD into a residential and commercial precinct housing over 500 residents and 60,000 m2 of office space. Saville Australia’s portfolio also included Waikiki Blue on the Safety Bay foreshore, Saffron and Altus Luxury Apartments in Perth’s CBD and Palazzo Mindarie on the oceanfront in Mindarie.
In 2007, Saville became the principal sponsor of the Perth Wildcats, a professional basketball team playing in the Australian National Basketball League. In 2009, Saville went into receivership. Saville Australia Pty Ltd was deregistered in 2011.