Bruce Young: Managing Director
Bruce jointly founded Spatial Property Group in 2010 having spent the previous 10 years working with major nationally listed property companies. He is regarded as one of Perth’s leading Project Managers with a mix of knowledge and experience within the broad property development industry.
Both a qualified Town Planner and Certified Practicing Planner, Bruce has been a UDIA WA council member since 2006, and a National UDIA council representative 2007 - 2009. He has worked on a number of major Western Australian masterplanned development projects, including Spatial’s current flagship, Spires Private Estate.
In addition to his expansive experience, credentials and achievements, Bruce is also a strong believer in building sustainable communities. His innovation and attention to detail has seen him and his team committed to ensuring Spatial develops the highest quality sustainable and family friendly communities that can be enjoyed for generations to come.
Vince and Robert Carcione
Brothers Vince and Robert have been operating within Perth's property development and building markets since 1974. Their company, Belvista Homes, is a medium-sized residential building company specialising in villa and multi-unit developments, and has also been subdividing land since the late 1970's.
In 1996, the brothers successfully launched the Carcione Group of Companies as their main umbrella development company. Since its inception, the group has changed dramatically, having built a substantial portfolio of property assets, including the Stargate Group of shopping centres, which Vince and Robert own and manage. Currently standing at six neighbourhood complexes located throughout Perth's southern suburbs, this number is expected to grow, with plans for more complexes in the pipeline.
The Carcione Group has been involved in the development and ownership of several office and commercial buildings in the Perth CBD and metropolitan area, and also controls significant land banks for future residential and commercial development.