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Michelle Summerville

Acted for a private local developer with residential and mixed use projects in Blacksmiths, McMahons Point and Kirribilli including advising on subdivision documentation, preparation of easements, bylaws, a building management agreement, master contract preparation and management of the conveyancing.
Acting in relation to the acquisition of an existing caravan park site in Rouse Hill for redevelopment.
Acting on a project deed and lease with Ku-ring-gai Council for the construction of a commuter car park and community facilities.
Representing McKinsey & Company in connection its commercial office premises around Australia and most recently in respect to an agreement for lease and lease for 2 levels of commercial space in a premium grade office tower in Melbourne. The $AUD800 million mixed use development, targeting 5 star NABERS and 6 star Green Star design, includes an office tower with over 43,000 sqm, a 300 room hotel and luxury retail precinct with completion anticipated in 2020
Acting for a private client on a transaction with a coal mine company for AUD22 million. The deal involves the sale of land to the coal mine so that a rail line extension could be constructed through the property. In addition, the coal mine will transfer water entitlements and land to our client. The complex documentation deals with numerous issues including FIRB, planning approvals, easements, leases and fallback positions if subdivision can not be obtained.
Acting for NSW Land and Housing Corporation on the strategic conversion of residential leasehold properties to freehold in Millers Point and the sale of those properties to the existing tenants. Also acting for NSW LAHC on the sale and buy back of sites to developers in the neighbourhood program.
Acting on the sale of a building in the Sydney CBD with several tenancies for AUD50 million.
Acting for Local Government Super in relation to its shopping centre leasing matters around New South Wales including agreements for lease with national tenants such as Aldi and Woolworths.
Represented a foreign entity on the sale of "Dixon House", a building in Chinatown in Sydney for $AUD 61 million. Dixon House is a commercial office building with considerable retail space on the ground floor and lower levels and approximately 130 tenants in occupation.
Represented NSW Ports in its AUD120M funding contribution to the development of rail infrastructure at Port Botany
Represented Property NSW on a development agreement with Multiple Sclerosis Limited for the construction of a new neurological facility. This matter involves the subdivision and rezoning of land, temporary licences for occupation of existing facilities, a development agreement for the construction of the facility with capital contributions and the transfer of land following practical completion.
Represented NSW Ports on its creation and granting of tenur arrangements for the new, AIE liquid natural gas import facility at Port Kembla, which has been designated as state strategic infrastructure development. The work involved negotiating wet land tenure arrangements with the State Government and negotiating documentation for the development and lease of a floating regasification unit and installation of a gas pipeline.
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