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Sentinel Recognised in The Urban Developer’s Australian Awards for Industry Excellence

Sentinel Real Estate has been shortlisted in two categories for The Urban Developer’s Awards for Industry Excellence in 2020, recognising the company as a standout performer in the Australian property market. Sentinel’s Build to Rent Platform has been shortlisted in the Excellence in Commercial Innovation and Excellence in Sustainability categories – a reflection of the…

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Element 27, Sentinel’s First Australian Build-to-Rent Development, Wins Design Commendation

Sentinel's Element 27 received a commendation from the Australian Institute of Architects in the 2020 Western Australian Architecture Awards under the category of Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing. “The 2020 WA Architecture Awards demonstrate how architecture contributes to diversity, sustainability and innovation within the state’s built environment,” said WA chapter president Peter Hobbs. Element 27…

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Sentinel’s flagship Washington, DC property, 1201 Pennsylvania Avenue, and our Vice President of Commercial Design, Development and Construction were recently profiled in Blueprint Magazine

Sentinel Real Estate Corporations's Vice President of Commercial Design, Development and Construction, Seth Katz, was recently profiled in Blueprint Magazine, discussing the firm's major renovation project to modernize the iconic office property just a few blocks from the White House in the heart of DC’s Pennsylvania Avenue historic district. Now mostly occupied by new tenants,…

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Grand Opening of Element 27 in Subiaco Offers Insights into Sentinel’s Build-to-Rent Model

The recent Grand Opening of Element 27 in Subiaco, Western Australia, provided local media with the opportunity to experience the build-to-rent property, the first of its kind in Australia. 9Live Perth, 10 News First and 7 News all covered the story of Sentinel’s purpose-built rental apartment community. WA Housing Minister Hon Peter Tinley and Sentinel…

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