It will be a wonderful, engaging space," he told Fairfax Media. Add articles to your saved list and come back to them any time. Please take a moment to upgrade to the latest version. wife Eva Besen AO, Alan Goldberg AO, Frank Ford, Henry Lanzer, Daniel Besen, Josephine Ridge and Craig Holland and Board advisor, Maudie Palmer, for their contribution to the ongoing and growing success of the museum. Mr Besen … All of them are heirs to huge fortunes and, in their own ways, are continuing the traditions established in their successful family businesses. The house at 9 Towers Road, Toorak, located southeast of Melbourne’s CBD, was the brand new home to billionaire property developer Daniel Besen and his wife Danielle. A NOTE ABOUT RELEVANT ADVERTISING: We collect information about the content (including ads) you use across this site and use it to make both advertising and content more relevant to you on our network and other sites. Danielle Besen buys $6.5 million Toorak home months after sale of Melbourne’s most expensive house, most expensive ever residential real estate sale, Toorak mansion most expensive home ever sold, Melbourne’s golden miles:u00a0the city’su00a0trophy homes. Daniel Besen and his wife Danielle are also extensively involved in property through his private equity company Besen Pty Ltd, while Eva and Marc have a stake in Gandel’s Highpoint Shopping Centre. She lives in Sydney, raising her three children Francesca, 19, Benjamin, 16, and William Kerry Amadeus, 8. Daniel Besen and his wife Danielle are also extensively involved in property through his private equity company Besen Pty Ltd, while Eva and Marc have a stake in Gandel’s Highpoint Shopping Centre. Creative hub: The rooms will be redeveloped.Credit:Simon O'Dwyer. That allows David, 83, to spend his days as one of Australia’s premier owner-breeders of thoroughbred horses. His son Tony runs Gandel Invest, which has made strategic investments in technology companies in Australia and the United States, including the Seattle-headquartered Datacastle. The Triguboff grandchildren: Billionaire apartment developer Harry Triguboff ($5.5 billion) has plans for Meriton, the company he set up when he was 30 and still runs at the age of 81. The home is expected to sell to owner-occupiers looking for a permanent residence. The property sold in June just shy of three weeks after it was listed. Bourke & Swanston St. Melbourne. Further funding has been pledged by philanthropist couple Daniel and Danielle Besen, with others in that sector expected to embrace the project. Floor to ceiling windows see the property soaked in natural light. Towers Road took seven years and over $20 million to build, but the Besens reportedly never lived in the oval-shaped, four-bedroom home. Fiona is married to Raphael Geminder, who has a 40 per cent stake in the Pact Group, Australia's largest plastic packaging manufacturer. New charity Contemporary Arts Precincts Ltd has been set up to drive the redevelopment. He is an associate professor of political science at Fairleigh Dickinson University.Cassino is married to sociologist scientist Yasemin Besen–Cassino and the two often collaborate on research projects. The Victorian government is to create a contemporary arts precinct in the inner north, Fairfax Media can reveal. Lisa and Katrina are involved in marketing and other functions. "We've been supporters of Gertrude Contemporary for many years, as well as others who are potential tenants – the Centre for Contemporary Photography, the Polyglot puppet theatre company and contemporary dance company Lucy Guerin Inc.".