RICH IN HISTORY
Dyldam was founded in 1969 by Naim Khattar and Joseph Khattar, AM.
Together they created aspirational apartments for Australian families.
Their first contribution to Sydney’s streetscape was a red brick block of 6 units in Auburn.
Almost half a century later, Dyldam is a multi-million dollar integrated property group. A market leader that develops and constructs
– Medium To High Density Residential
– Retail & Mixed Use Developments
“The company is entering a prolific growth phase abundant with investment opportunities. Dyldam looks forward to delivering the future.”
Mr Sam Fayad, Director
MEET THE TEAM
Dyldam’s Executive has property development in their DNA.
It is their business and their passion. Their commitment has seen the company identify and act upon every opportunity presented by the property market.
To create quality, contemporary high density housing in Australia.
This commitment to excellence is built upon the foundations of quality, value, progress and strength.
As a leader of the Australian construction and property development industries, each Dyldam project is BUILT FOR LIFE.
The company places great value on nurturing long term relationships – with its investors, consultants and sub-contractors, staff and purchasers.
Dyldam’s strategic network of industry professionals understand the corporate culture and are committed to upholding the company’s values.
From its earliest days, Dyldam has held fast to the vision of re-interpreting the “Australian Dream of Home Ownership” into elegant, affordable apartment living. The Directors foresaw the need for quality, open plan design suited to busy lifestyles.
“Apartments with style and substance” is mantra of a Dyldam residential development. Dyldam uses market feedback to refine and innovate each new project.
Low maintenance open plan living, a positive sense of community, elegant design, affordability and convenience, location and strong transport links are all key to the Dyldam vision and reflect both investor and owner occupier investment priorities.