The Clovelly Hotel, considered one of the best located pubs in Sydney's eastern suburbs, is on the market as owner Iris Capital looks to take advantage of buoyant market conditions.
Sydney has the largest infrastructure pipeline of any state in Australia, and according to the government's own forecasts, there will be an estimated $74 billion in transport infrastructure spending just in NSW over the next four years, according to Colliers Inernational.
The withdrawal of the proposed $1.12 billion Charter Hall Long WALE REIT has raised questions as to the state of the listed property market and the timing and pricing of a number of recent listings.
The Sydney West Joint Regional Planning Panel has signed off on plans for the $280 million Esplanade mixed-use development on Norwest Lake.
Crown Resorts has flagged it is looking at creating a separately-listed property trust to own 49 per cent of its multi-million dollar hotel portfolio.
Apartment glut is set to trigger a sharp slowdown in construction, putting 200,000 jobs at risk and prompting the RBA to slash rates to 1 per cent next year, the bank predicts.
Australia has been earmarked for launch of the latest in hotel trends, wellness and lifestyle, with InterContinental Hotels Group looking to roll out up to 15 of its latest EVEN Hotel brand.
Leading private hospital operator Ramsay Health Care will open its first central-city pharmacy, in a push to provide more services "beyond the hospital walls".
Australia's accommodation sector has rejected the recommendations of a NSW Legislative Assembly committee inquiry into short-term letting, saying that if the reported recommendations were correct they would put consumers at risk and favour commercial landlords over residential communities across the state.
A two-storey office and warehouse in Ballarat is attracting attention from locals as well as being profiled on social media.
A firm controlled by Melbourne's Henkell family is paying Charter Hall a speculated $12 million for a 2.5 hectare retail investment in central Moe.
Home prices are booming in Queenstown, popular for its skiing, wine and occasional polar blast.
Just when it seemed the city skyline was getting cleared of shadow-making cranes, up pop a few more to make it a record number dotting the horizon.
Charter Hall has pulled its the pin on the float of its new $1.12 billion Long WALE REIT after failing to get sufficient investor interest.
Property investors are pumping more of their money into the suburbs as the value of property in the city skyrockets and available stock decreases.
A grand old, two-level Victorian terrace leased to Taco Bill restaurant at 97-99 Queens Parade has sold for $4.5 million.
The Bulldogs football team weren't the only winner in Melbourne's western suburbs recently, with a string of property deals in Williamstown's retail strip scoring goals for vendors.
Melbourne's once-coveted retail strips are struggling to reinvent themselves and fill empty shops, with almost one in six vacant on key strips like Chapel Street and Bridge Road.
The Conway's Corner building at the Windsor end of Chapel Street has fetched $14.96 million at auction on a yield of 3.5 per cent.
Melbourne's apartment boom has resulted in soaring numbers of central city property owners defaulting on rate notices.
Residential developer Villawood Properties has launched its fifth project for the year, a $250 million project in Wollert in Melbourne's northern suburbs.
Listed Singapore property developer Sing Holdings has snapped up a Travelodge hotel in Melbourne's Docklands for $107 million.
Listed investor group BlackWall is undertaking a $15 million rights issue to buy out National Australia Bank's remaining stake, as the mortgagee in possession, of the former Fox Sports building at 55 Pyrmont Bridge Road, Pyrmont.
The listed pub owner, Lantern Group has raised $14.5 million from the sale of the Commodore Hotel in Sydney's north shore as part of its ongoing non-core asset divestment program.
It seems running between meetings with lawyers, going to courts and dodging the media pack has had one upside for Queensland mogul Clive Palmer, that being a shrinking girth.
The risks of oversupply the Brisbane and Melbourne apartment markets are "coming to the fore", the Reserve Bank warns.
Beauty mega-brands such as Sephora and home grown cosmetics star Mecca are having "their moment in the sun", challenging high-profile fashion labels for prize retail sites in the process.
Sydney's office leasing markets have hit a sweet spot for landlords with rents tipped to rise in line with demand and flat supply, according to agents.
The strengthening of ties with the new Singapore-Australia Free Trade Agreement (SAFTA) will prove a bonanza for commercial property, according to experts.