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Simon Johanson One of Melbourne's greenest office buildings has changed hands for $33.55 million.
Simon Johanson The state government should review property taxes and take a greater role in driving urban renewal, the Property Council of Australia's newly appointed Victorian president Lorenz Grollo said.
Simon Johanson Melbourne's premier retail development has 90 per cent of its tenant income secured despite city's subdued leasing environment.
Simon Johanson A surge in recent leasing activity suggests Docklands' long retail drought may be breaking.
Simon Johanson Strong demand for industrial property has prompted a spate of recent offerings.
Simon Johanson Deal Corporation forges ahead with transformation of former mental asylum into housing haven.
Simon Johanson Home values have risen above the previous high set during the 2010 property boom, led by strong growth in Sydney and Melbourne.
Simon Johanson A five-tower apartment development gained approval to replace a Smorgy's shortly after it was incinerated.
Simon Johanson Well-known seafood restaurant Bacash is for sale after the failure of a business relationship.
Simon Johanson Melbourne's much-loved Albert Park may soon be ringed by apartment developments.
Simon Johanson Food franchises that have reached a saturation point in Sydney are coming to Melbourne.
Simon Johanson Another tall building proposed for King Street continues trend towards skyscrapers on small city sites.
Simon Johanson A Victorian trade mission to south-east Asia will create $144m in export benefits over two years.
Simon Johanson Victoria accounted for nearly half of national retail property investments in the second quarter.
Simon Johanson Chinese property players look to follow a surge of Asian investment in Melbourne's commercial market.
Simon Johanson Foreign investors buy quarter of commercial properties in CBD, says Savills Australia.
Simon Johanson Two Singaporean listed companies have splashed out a combined $226.1 million to buy four Melbourne properties over the past month.
Simon Johanson Essendon Airport looks set to expand with a 150-bed hotel, substantial new office and retail space.
Simon Johanson A new wave of fast-food and fashion is moving into Chapel Street ahead of a much-needed makeover.
Simon Johanson Almost one in six shops stands empty in one of Melbourne's premium shopping strips.