Developers of integrity
Enhancing the city
we love, Melbourne
A historic racecourse
becomes a century
Moonee Valley Park
We believe in shared value.
We take the time to understand what matters to you – we encourage and welcome your input, ideas, needs and wants. Then we all share in the rewards of our collaboration.
We make decisions and create places that build trust.
We look for ways to add value to the relationship, to a place and to the people who live and work in our developments – to ensure long term value is realised by everyone.
It’s why our capital partners and purchasers
come back, repeatedly.
We make places better.
We make suburbs, places and communities better with our considered, high quality developments.
Our energetic team of development professionals collaborate with the brightest minds to uncover insights, to innovate, and to shape elegant, considered solutions.
We relentlessly hunt for clever ways to make our projects better and seek to ensure they contribute positively to their suburb and local communities.
This core purpose drives our approach to everything.
Moonee Valley Racecourse Redevelopment
Moonee Valley Racecourse | Moonee Ponds | Current
Multi-Stage | Medium & High-Density Residential | Mixed UseProject
Eden, Haven & Sanctuary | Acacia Place, Abbotsford | Completed 2015
Multi-Stage | High-Density Residential | Mixed Use
Hamtonâ€™s Executive Chairman, Paul Hameister, was recognised in todayâ€™s Queens Birthday Honours for his service to exploration and business. Pictured here at Everestâ€™s summit, Paulâ€™s global expeditions have been influential in his leadership of Hamton as a developer committed to the protection of our natural environment.
Geometric curves and refined interiors make Fifty Albert a contemporary monument to quality placemaking. Architecture: @elenberg_fraser
Itâ€™s World Environment Day, and to celebrate weâ€™re sharing an image taken around this time in 2017 of our Executive Chairman, Paul Hameister (in purple) during the 550km coast-to-coast crossing of Greenland with his daughter and 2-time @australiangeographic Society Young Adventurer of the Year, @jadehameister (in pink). Paul and Jade completed the unsupported and unassisted expedition in 27 days and experienced very warm conditions. Greenland is the second largest ice cap on the planet (behind Antarctica) and is melting at an unprecedented rate due to global warming. Image credit: Paul Hameister
â€œIt is the creation of a real legacy for future generations development in Melbourne, and we feel incredibly lucky.â€ - Managing Director, Matt Malseed (left.) Want to discover more about Hamton? Follow the link in our bio to find out in @the.australian today.