Exponential Property Services was established in 1999 by Gregory Adcock as a real estate agency specialising in Retail Property, providing an extensive range of expert services and advice in all Shopping Centre and other retail related property matters.
Following requests from various existing retail clients who also hold non-retail commercial property assets, the high level and quality of the disciplines, practices, documentation, research and observation necessary for effective management, leasing and presentation of retail shopping centres were also applied to other property management roles including commercial office buildings, bulky goods, showrooms and mixed use developments.
We aim to develop a complete understanding of our client's strategies and goals and to work in partnership with each client towards achieving growth and stability for their property or portfolio whilst maintaining attention to the fine detail in all our services.
We offer expert advice gained from over 30 years of retail shopping centre and retail experience to make the most of your asset.
Our range of clients has included:
Public institutions (The City of Sydney and Sydney University)
Large private sector owners (Toga Group of Companies, BeviIle Group etc)
Other real estate agencies wishing to bring in additional retail expertise and advice for individual projects, through to;
Smaller scale owners with one or more retail shops, commercial office suites or mixed use properties.
Greg has extensive knowledge and experience in property management and leasing and in the retail property industry spanning more than 30 years. He is a fully Licenced Real Estate Agent and has formal qualifications in valuation, shopping centre management and business broking.
Immediately prior to establishing Exponential in 1999, he worked for 3 years with Leda Holdings, managing over $340 million in assets including the Tuggeranong Hyperdome Shopping Centre and the Tuggeranong Markets in the ACT.
Prior to Leda Holdings, he worked for Byvan Management for almost 10 years, managing and leasing a total of 14 properties ranging from CBD office towers to sub-regional shopping centres. He also set up the management for 4 new centres within the Byvan portfolio and was responsible for coordinating and writing a comprehensive Byvan operating procedures training manual covering all aspects of management for the shopping centre managers within Byvan portfolio.
At both companies he also was responsible for developing concepts for the redevelopment of several shopping centres and seeing them through to successful completion, resulting in extensive gains in income, reduced vacancies and improving the long-term positioning and market strength of each property.
During his time in Canberra, Greg was twice awarded ACT Centre Manager of the Year by the Property Council of Australia and took up an invitation to sit on the ACT Shopping Centre Committee.