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Simon Johanson Shopping centre managers remain cautious as survey finds signs of a recovery in retail spending.
Simon Johanson A big jump in apartment sales boosted the housing market last month but has not diminished calls for more interest-rate cuts to help the ailing sector.
Simon Johanson A squeeze in future supply of premium new office space will lead to a rental spike and keep the market afloat over the next two years, industry insiders say.
Simon Johanson Two large prospective tenants are believed to be looking for office space in Melbourne.
Simon Johanson Local councils are increasingly using ''conditional permits'' on larger, more complex inner-city buildings that require developers to retain the architect for the life of the project.
Simon Johanson Demand for residential land is set to rise around the country, but not in Melbourne or Adelaide, a respected forecaster says.
Simon Johanson The global credit crunch is turning Melbourne into a fast-food city.
Simon Johanson Horsham will be the site of a new seedbank being designed by H2O architects.
Simon Johanson Sunshine is a suburb that hasn't always lived up to its name.
Simon Johanson Business software provider MYOB will become the new tenant of Melbourne's largest suburban single-floor office, to be vacated by the restructured Centro group.
Simon Johanson Apple's long search for a location for a marquee Melbourne store is foundering.
Simon Johanson Landlords' incentives to tenants have climbed by 10 per cent to about 25 per cent.
Simon Johanson A new payment management system claims to eliminate unforeseen cost variations.
Simon Johanson Number of cranes dominating Melbourne's skyline looks set to dwindle as boom fades.
Simon Johanson A clutch of historic country properties may tempt city tree changers this spring - but they won't come cheap.
Simon Johanson In a Brooklyn factory a 240-room hotel is rolling off the production line.
Simon Johanson Quality retail assets sell despite weakening demand and low levels of consumer confidence.
Simon Johanson Another multimillion-dollar Toorak mansion is for sale as Melbourne's spring property market gears up for its biggest auction weekend of the year.
Simon Johanson A MAJOR construction company with four large projects in NSW has collapsed owing at least 600 creditors millions of dollars.
Simon Johanson This weekend will be the most significant test of Melbourne's property market since the heady days of the property boom in 2010, industry insiders say.