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Michael Koziol The iconic Imperial Hotel in Erskineville has been sold, with its new owners undertaking to put an end to the venue's recent troubles.
Katie Burgess New land releases are projected to push the ACT's construction industry forward after a sluggish start to the financial year.
Marc Pallisco Developer Joe Russo has lodged plans to replace a small piece of the operational Richmond silos site, with a mixed-use village including a distinctive 19-level apartment building which will abut the Monash Freeway and Yarra River.
James Eyers The chief executive of the country's largest mortgage broker says regulatory measures already in place to cool investor lending are "starting to bite".
Carolyn Cummins The battle of the hamburgers has intensified across Sydney as celebrity chef Neil Perry signs up his Burger Project at the revamped MLC Centre.
Carolyn Cummins Offshore direct ownership of CBD office assets and hotels is on the rise.
Stephen Crafti Rather than simply add a contemporary layer to the heritage-listed building, the designers have researched the history of auction house Leonard Joel.
Carolyn Cummins The diversified group has undertaken a significant number of acquisitions across office, industrial and retail sectors, which has led it to boost funds under management by $2.1 billion to $13.2 billion.
Nick Lenaghan and Su-Lin Tan In one of Melbourne's largest inner-city land deals, local Chinese media powerhouse Tommy Jiang has put his foot on the former Bradmill denim factory in Yarraville for more than $160 million.
Simon Johanson A seven-year effort to get approval for two towers in West Melbourne has finally paid off for rich-lister Jeff Chapman after Victoria's planning tribunal gave them a green light.
Nicole Lindsay Asset re-valutions have boosted strong profit growth at childcare centre owners Folkestone Education Trust and Arena REIT.
Nicole Lindsay Global food conglomerate Mondelez has signed the biggest leasing deal on Melbourne's city fringe for the year.
Marc Pallisco Woolworths will bank a speculated price of close to $30 million from the sale of a prime inner-city development site it purchased during the 2010 commercial property downturn.
A developer has paid $3 million - $800,000 over reserve - for a prime development site in the heart of the Armadale.