A Collaboration of Industry Leaders.

DEVELOPMENT TEAM About the Team.

The Valley of Tomorrow is a long-term development project initiated by the Moonee Valley Racing Club (MVRC). In late 2017, the MVRC appointed a joint venture between leading superannuation fund Hostplus and award-winning Melbourne developer Hamton to deliver the project. The investment by Hostplus in the joint venture with Hamton is managed by ISPT.

Enjoying unparalleled alignment with the objectives of the MVRC, all partners share a common vision and philosophy that seeks to deliver a world class project with enduring value for all stakeholders and the community.

Hostplus

With more than 1.1 million members and $30 billion in funds under management, Hostplus is Australia’s best performing balanced superannuation fund and is closely aligned to the Moonee Valley Racecourse.

As the industry superfund for those who live and love Australian hospitality, tourism, recreation and sport, Hostplus’ investment in this landmark project is a natural fit with the sectors the fund proudly serves.

Hostplus has a 30-year relationship with MVRC, as the superfund for MVRC’s almost 400 employees. Within the City of Moonee Valley, more than 7600 residents and 640 employers have their super invested with Hostplus.

Hamton

Award-winning Melbourne developer Hamton has a reputation for enhancing suburbs and communities with its high quality residential and mixed-use developments.

Believing in shared value, Hamton takes a long-term approach to developing projects and creating new homes and places that contribute positively to their location and community. This is achieved through collaboration with leading designers, communities and stakeholders, considered innovation and holistic thinking.

Hamton recently delivered the $412 million mixed-use development Eden, Sanctuary and Haven in Abbotsford with Hostplus. The riverside project has won multiple awards including the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) President’s Award for best development across all categories across Australia in 2016.