Tim Green

Tim Green

Managing Director

Level 7, 219 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia
+61 2 8267 6902

Sydney, australia

commercial real estate

Tenant CS

Tim Green, Managing Director:

Tim Green is a veteran of the Real Estate industry having started in 1988, then moving into tenant advisory in 2012 with a joint venture with AOS Studley in Australia. Due to the sale of AOS Studley, Tim purchased 100% of the Australian business in late 2014 and changed the name to Tenant CS.

Tim is a serial entrepreneur with interests in various real estate service organizations, and is passionate about only hiring “A” grade operators and surrounding himself with great talent sourced from around the globe. Tim is passionate about learning from successful people and is on a never ending journey to better his family, business interests and the community he lives in.

Tim is an active member of YPO having been President of the Sydney YPO chapter and holding various other positions in the organization.



Tenant Representation

Lease Administration

• Strategic Alliance Service Provider

• Dilapidations & Reinstatement (Restoration)

State & Local Incentives

• Build-to-suits & Development

Sale Lease-backs

• Purchase & Owner/Users

Subleasing, Assignment, Disposition

Leasing & Renewals

Lease Audit & Advisory

Site Selection

• Strategic Consulting

• Project Management

Practice Areas

• Data-center & Colocation centers

• Law firms

• Office

• Non-profits

• Schools

• Government & Institutions

• Co-working & office sharing

• Biotech & Life-sciences Laboratories

• Oil & Gas

• Yard space & parking lots

• Flex & R&D Showrooms

• Warehouse & Storage

• Light manufacturing & Shop

• Industrial

• Retail

Following are a few interesting facts about Sydney and its commercial real estate market…

  • Sydney is one of the major cities of Australia and is Australia’s most populated city with an estimated population of over 5 million people.  The metropolitan area has about 650 suburbs that sprawl about 70 km to the west, 40 km to the north, and 60 to the south.
  • Sydney is the largest, oldest and most cosmopolitan city in Australia with an enviable reputation as one of the world's most beautiful and liveable cities. People move in and out of Sydney every year, but the number of newcomers usually exceeds that of people who leave.
  • In 2016 Greater Sydney had a GDP of approximately $400 billion per year, which was almost one quarter of Australia's GDP and around three quarters of the NSW GDP.
  • As Australia's main financial centre, Sydney is home to the Australian Stock Exchange and the Futures Exchange. More than 75% of all foreign and domestic banks in Australia have their headquarters located in Sydney.
  • Sydney is one of the world's most multicultural cities attracting people from all over the globe, who bring a huge range of languages and cultures.
  • English, Arabic, Cantonese, Mandarin, Greek and Vietnamese are the main languages spoken in Sydney.