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Ed Crawford | Colliers | Newcastle

Ed Crawford

AAPI

Director | Residential

Licence 1194712

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About

Professional Summary

Edward Crawford has an impressive track record in driving commercial and development outcomes in major infrastructure, mixed use, residential and commercial projects. Working across public infrastructure (airport, University) commercial, high density apartment, medium density, over 55’s, tourism + leisure, and new residential community segments, Ed has helped deliver solid revenue results for an extensive blue chip client base. Recent clients include publicly listed, private, and government organisations. Ed’s key skills are in delivering sales results, property strategy, project delivery, implementing complex commercial agreements, people development, and partner and stakeholder management.

With a demonstrated track record and specialist focus on delivering outcomes, Ed offers valuable expertise at any stage of a project’s development.

Accomplishments

Ed’s career includes extensive hands on experience in major projects, property strategy, rezonings, property sales, retail and commercial leasing and tenancy management, market research + analysis, feasibility advisory, executive level sales + marketing roles, and senior multinational sales agency experience. As a recognised industry leader, Ed has held high profile appointments including extended tenure as Chairman of the Property Council of Australia Hunter Division, and has been a member of the judging panel for the Australian Institute of Architects Lower Hunter Urban Design Awards. Ed has held numerous non executive Director positions.

Services

Skills

Project Marketing

Service Lines

Residential Sales

Property Type

Residential

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Featured News

26 Jul 2022

Sovereign Park residential development given green light to support Newcastle’s growing community

Development Application approval was granted for Sovereign Park’s 166 apartments and townhomes to support the growing Newcastle population, which is set to grow from 41,150 residents to 202,050 by 2041, stimulating demand for almost 20,000 new dwellings, according to the City of Newcastle.
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