The Logan Mega Centre & IKEA
Ben is responsible for Site Acquisition, Development Approvals, Leasing, Feasibility Analysis and Finance. Ben graduated from UTS in 2003 with a degree in Property Economics. Prior to establishing Isaac Property Developments, he worked for his father Tony Isaac developing shopping centres and residential projects across the east coast of Australia.
Jono is responsible for management of all projects through to completion. Jono studied Real Estate and Valuation before joining Tony and Ben in 2005 developing retail, Industrial and Residential projects, in the lead up to establishing Isaac Property Developments.
Head of Property
Jessica is responsible for Site Acquisition, Development Approvals, Leasing and Feasibility Analysis.
Jessica has over a decade experience with one of Australia's largest property and retail companies, and provides a multitude of skillsets including a legal background.
Prior to starting up their own company, Ben and Jono both worked for their father Tony Isaac in retail development.
Tony retired in 2014, ending a long legacy in retail development that included his involvement in over 100 shopping centres across Australia.
Originally from Goulburn in country NSW, Tony started his foray in to property running a successful real estate and valuation practice for 20 years.
In 1979, Tony moved to Sydney and joined New World Properties Group. With all funding guaranteed by Coles, New World Properties developed approximately 90 Coles based shopping centres across Australia over a period of 9 years, including the first Kmarts and Super Kmarts in Australia.
Following on from Coles and New World Properties, in the mid 80's Tony formed his own development company to continue developing a number of shopping centres whilst expanding into other sectors including residential, industrial and hotels.
In 1995 Tony acted for 5 years as Development Manager and Consultant to Woolworths Property Division Board overseeing the acquisition and development of Woolworths based shopping centre sites including the introduction of the Marketplace concept. During that time, Tony worked on over 150 files and was involved in the acquisition, approval and development of over 40 centres.
Following on from Woolworths, Tony continued to develop projects across the various property sectors and was later joined by two of his sons in the family business. Tony has continued to develop projects across the various property sectors and has been joined by two of his sons in the family business.
Tony maintains a keen interest in the property ventures of his sons and enjoys time spent with his 6 children and ever increasing number of grandchildren.