Graham Potts

As founding Director of Amalgamated Property Group (APG) and several associated entities, Graham has certainly made his mark on the Australian real estate sector. Since establishing APG in 2002, Graham has taken a distinctly hands-on role – actively involved in all current developments, while also sourcing new opportunities for the future. It’s in no small part thanks to Graham that APG now has become a well-respected name in the industry, with a workbook worth in excess of $1 Billion. While his achievements with APG are impressive, these are just the most recent milestones in Graham’s 40-year career – during which he’s delivered over 5,000 apartments and 200,000m2 of office space nationally. Starting out in real estate in 1979, Graham spent 15 years transforming a small suburban agency into an eight-office enterprise with over 200 staff, ultimately heading up the business as Managing Director and majority shareholder. Subsequently, Graham was founding Director of Madison Constructions, which designed, developed and built over a thousand properties in the 1990s – and he was also Chairman and Managing Director of the Independent Property Group. Today, Graham has accumulated a depth and breadth of experience that few in the property game possess. In addition to his knowledge across development, construction and marketing Graham also has unwavering focus and the foresight that allows him to stay ahead of trends – a crucial asset in this ever-changing marketplace.

General Manager

Phil O’Brien

With over 25 years’ experience in the Australian property sector, Phil O’Brien has with been with Amalgamated Property Group (APG) since its inception in 2002. As General Manager, Phil oversees the Group’s management and strategic direction. Phil has an intimate understanding of the development process and has delivered a string of award-winning commercial and residential developments, including Pricewaterhouse Coopers headquarters in Forrest, the Louisa Lawson Building, Manhattan on the Park, and Amaya. Currently, he is Project Director for the Civic Quarter: a new premier office development which is set to become the first ever WELL, Green Star and NABERS rated building in Canberra. In addition, Phil also heads up the design teams for two other premier Canberra sites: Anzac Park East and Constitution Avenue. Both acquired by APG from the Commonwealth in 2018, these will be the first major private sector developments undertaken within the parliamentary triangle. Prior to joining APG, Phil was responsible for the leasing and management of Mirvac’s Capital Property Trust portfolio in Canberra – and his commercial experience spans lease negotiations, divestment analysis, asset planning, lease and contract administration.