123-year-old global real estate brand Stanton Hillier Parker has announced that it will reopen its real estate arm in Australia under the guidance of a new management, offering boutique property advisory services to a diversified range of clients Australia-wide.
Managing partner Eugene Evgenikos said he was excited to re-launch the global brand.
“We’ll be focusing on providing our clients with world-class service standards, expert advice and outstanding results underpinned by a passionate, highly experienced management team,” Mr Evgenikos said.
“Leveraging our 123-year-strong global property legacy, we’ll be creating truly invested partnerships that drive results and help our clients create a property legacy of their own.”
Mr Evgenikos was previously a partner at Knight Frank in New South Wales.
He will oversee Stanton Hillier Parker’s real estate services in the Australian market. This includes commercial sales and transactions, leasing and residential project marketing.
“Our unique proposition in the market is the opportunity to grow through an equity partnership model, in the same way as Stanton Hillier Parker’s major global real estate agency business started,” he said.
“Our brand pedigree and international recognition is a platform we will build on in Australia, and we look forward to announcing new offices and partnerships as we grow the platform.”
Mr Evgenikos said Stanton Hillier Parker was originally formed via the merger of Hillier Parker, first established in 1896 in the United Kingdom, and Stanton & Sons Limited, established by Richard Stanton in Sydney in the late 1800s.
He said the company has a rich heritage in Australia, having been responsible for the development of the Sydney suburbs of Rosebery and Haberfield.
“Richard Stanton was also the founder of the Real Estate Auctioneers and Agents’ Association of New South Wales.
“During the 1970s, the company operated around the world, with businesses in Scotland, Australia, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United States.”