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Simon Johanson An 80 metre-long Supersonic artwork has been installed in Docklands without proper planning approvals in an oversight that has left Walker Corporation yellow-faced.
Simon Johanson One owns an island, another half a dozen rental properties, and the third a block of flats.
Simon Johanson A freestanding Woolworths supermarket in Toorak has sold for more than $12 million on a near-record low yield below 3 per cent.
Simon Johanson One of Melbourne's largest inner-city land sales has become bogged down in negotiations, but the owner of the former Bradmill denim factory who stands to make a potential $120 million windfall...
Simon Johanson The relentless rise of tall towers appears set to encroach on the doorstep of Melbourne's famed Queen Victoria Market.
Simon Johanson The flow of corporates leaving Melbourne’s suburbs to take up space in CBD offices may accelerate next year as the suburban car parking levy bites.
Simon Johanson Sydney-based private investment company Fitzpatrick Investments will divest a four-year-old office building in Docklands Drive.
Simon Johanson A Melbourne-based tech start-up that is reshaping the lighting systems of commercial buildings will seek venture capital for expansion from California's famed Silicon Valley.
Simon Johanson Marina, Park, River and now Wharf's Entrance. The final precinct in Mirvac's Yarra Edge development will launch in October with the 228-unit Forge apartment building, 11 riverfront homes and seven...
Simon Johanson Retail rents in some suburban shopping strips may need to drop by up to 50 per cent before struggling streets will return to their former glory, agents say.
Simon Johanson A plumbing industry auditor's $10 million contract with Victoria's building regulator has been terminated and the matter referred to police following audit irregularities.
Simon Johanson A government authority ‘‘misstated’’ the findings of an investigation into slab heave which has left thousands of poorly-built homes in Melbourne’s outer suburbs with...
Simon Johanson The arrival of a host of international retailers and opening of Melbourne’s swank new Emporium shopping centre has taken a heavy toll on traditional suburban retail strips, with vacancy rates...
Simon Johanson Four large apartment towers up to 34 storeys tall will be built on a key Melbourne gateway on the Yarra River next to Spencer Street under ambitious plans lodged with the state government.
Simon Johanson Land prices in Melbourne’s city-fringe housing estates are at four-year lows and likely to stay that way as the state government ramps up new land releases, figures show.
Simon Johanson Tendering for projects remains competitive despite strong growth in private sector construction, quantity surveyors say.
Simon Johanson Owners can now sue their builder up to 10 years after getting a certificate of occupancy rather than the six years they may have previously been limited to, an appeal court has ruled.
Simon Johanson Victoria University’s continuing divestment of property will see it offer another city campus building to the market.
Simon Johanson Australia’s largest home builder Metricon is suing a product review website for publishing ‘‘misleading’’ reviews about its main competitor without disclosing they were...
Simon Johanson Property giant GPT Group may develop rooftop student accomodation and a hotel above the Melbourne Central shopping centre as it explores ways to enhance its property portfolio.