Alexandra Peace




A market-leading real estate lawyer, Alexandra specialises in property capital transactions, development and general commercial property. 

Alexandra also has extensive experience in providing legal and strategic advice on complex structuring, development, acquisition and leasing matters across all main sub-sectors of the real estate sector (including office, industrial and retail). As a former Senior Legal Counsel at a national retailer supporting the capital transaction and development teams, she has been involved in a number of substantial transactions and in all phases of a project lifecycle.

Alexandra has a strong understanding of the commercial drivers that underpin real estate transactions, and has an easy, calm manner which clients particularly value in stressful negotiations and closings.

Key deals

Charter Hall

Advising various funds managed by Charter Hall Group in connection with the acquisition of office, industrial and retail properties, including 10 and 12 Shelley Street Sydney (A$800 million plus).


Acting for AMP Capital in the acquisition of a 49.9 % stake in two separate Brookfield holding trusts which owned the office towers at 50 and 60 Carrington Street in Sydney.


Acting for Vicinity on in excess of 20 disposals, including the sale of Tranche B (Wodonga, Maitland Hunter Mall, Tweed Mall and Tweed Heads, Albany Brooks, Hilton and Monier), the sale of Tranche C (Bandon Park, Lavington Square, Goldfields Plaza and Warnbro) and the sale of Toormina Gardens, Gateway Plaza and Lidcombe together with the sale of a 50% interest in Myer Centre and a 25% interest in Mornington.

Heathley Investment Group

Advising on the development and leasing of various healthcare sites including preparing and finalising ground lease and development agreements.

Goldman Sachs

Acting for Goldman Sachs on the acquisition of the Victoria Police Headquarters, 637 Flinders Street, World Trade Centre, Melbourne.

Coles Group

Advising Coles on the development and lease of distribution centres in New South Wales and Victoria, the acquisition and subsequent development of mixed-use developments, the acquisition and sale of regional shopping centres and the sale of the Target Centre in Bourke Street, Melbourne.