Over three decades Citiplan has evolved into a fully-integrated property platform.

About Us

Over its history, Citiplan has evolved to become a fully integrated property platform, with capabilities across development, asset and operational management.

Citiplan was founded in 1993 by Sid Davidoff (now Non-executive Director), with a vision of delivering high-end boutique residential developments in and around Melbourne, Australia.

Realising this vision, Citiplan has continuously developed a number of mid-scale apartment, mixed-use and townhouse developments.

More recently, Citiplan has originated and delivered a number of build-to-rent assets together with institutional partners. Citiplan continues to manage these assets by building highly capable management teams with diverse skills and experience through the full property life cycle.

Directors

Citiplan is now managed by the next generation of the Davidoff family.

The senior team includes experienced development managers, leading financial accountants and experts from the hotel sector.

Saul Davidoff

Director

Saul is an experienced property professional having joined Citiplan in 2004. He oversees the day-to-day operations of the business, which has successfully delivered numerous mixed-use, commercial and multi-residential property developments and completed numerous property transactions, through the full investment life cycle.

Prior to joining Citiplan, Saul worked as a commercial and property lawyer, exposing him to complex property transactions.

Ian Davidoff

Director

Ian joined Citiplan in 2015. Ian plays a lead role in investment strategy, financial analysis, development origination and design.

Ian previously worked at the International Monetary Fund in Washington DC, where he was a member of the Executive Board. Prior to this Ian was a key advisor to the Australian Government. He served as Director of Policy in the Office of the Prime Minister and a Senior Adviser in the Office of the Treasurer, advising on a range of complex economic and other domestic policy matters.