Eu Ming Lim - Thomson Geer

Eu Ming Lim

Listed in Best Lawyers since 2016
Phone: 61 3 8080 3606

Eu Ming has over 20 years' experience practicing property and development law in Melbourne.

Eu Ming’s primary focus is commercial property, with particular expertise and experience in a variety of property and property related matters.

Transactions in significant property assets include due diligence, commercial leasing and various land use agreements, acquisition, structuring, planning, construction and sale of ‘off the plan’ developments for commercial and residential developments.

Local and overseas developers and property investors rely on Eu Ming’s in-depth knowledge and expertise of the property market, trends, history, property transaction and parties, as well as his highly effective negotiating and transaction closing skills.

In addition, Eu Ming and his team possess knowledge of several Asian languages and cultures that is invaluable when dealing with clients and other parties in a relevant context.

Clients include:

  • Charter Hall
  • Equiset Grollo
  • Far East Consortium
  • International Equities Corporation
  • Listed property companies in Malaysia, Singapore and China
  • Mammoth Empire Holdings
  • Opus Capital Group
  • Quintessential Group
  • Smorgon Corp
  • SP Ausnet

Projects, acquisitions, leasing and other matters include:

  • Northbank Place
  • Upper West Side
  • MY80
  • Fulton Tower
  • Lacrosse
  • Significant CBD and other commercial properties.
  • Retail shopping centres and retail properties.

Additional Information

Recent Experience — Assisting in over A$800 million of commercial and development site acquisitions in Melbourne in the 2012 to 2014 financial years.
  • Advising and assisting at all relevant levels of property development in Melbourne (especially 7 to 9 multi-storey development projects in the Melbourne CBD) in the 2012 to 2014 financial years.
  • Office Location

    Level 39, Rialto South Tower
    525 Collins Street
    Melbourne, VIC 3000

    Practice Areas

    Real Property Law