Listed property group Propertylink has acquired a government-leased office in Brisbane for $145 million in a partnership with investment bank Goldman Sachs.
Diversified property group Charter Hall updated its earnings guidance Friday by 35.9 cents per security, while at the same time announcing a $275 million equity raising.
Home builder Burbank Group has applied to knock down an 1856 Victorian building in Melbourne and replace it with a 57 storey apartment tower.
Gallagher Hotel Management has expanded its hotel portfolio with the purchase of the Terrigal Hotel for $28 million.
GPT Group has boosted its logistics business with the practical completion on a 18,000 square metre logistics facility at 18-24 Abbott Road, Seven Hills.
Rents are coming down on Little Collins Street as retailers struggle to service the once high rents commanded on the strip.
Workplaces are constantly changing, and landlords are making sure they offer premises with the state-of-the-art offices that attract quality tenants.
Australia's financial watchdog has filed bankruptcy proceedings against notorious property spruiker Jamie McIntyre and his brother Dennis.
Stockland and Mirvac, the country's two biggest residential developers,have pledged to focus on providing more affordable housing as the situation in Sydney and Melbourne gets "increasingly concerning".
Australia's largest liquor company Fosters has moved to offload the Southbank headquarters of its famous subsidiary Carlton & United Breweries in a deal tipped to fetch $80 million once the six-storey building is sold.
The heritage-listed 5 Martin Place has won the 2017 NSW Development of the Year award.
Local developer R.Corporation is planning to build two 40-storey skyscrapers on the Fishermans Bend factory it bought from Oxford University Press for $33.05 million last June.
Harrolds has become a landmark in Melbourne, particularly since it unveiled its Collins Street flagship store.
There has been a lot of noise recently about credit tightening in the residential market as a result of the ever-changing landscape of bank lending policy and what will happen to the "property bubble".
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The first thing that hits the senses when walking into Lendlease's International House Sydney is the sweet smell of the forest.
The Melbourne developer has launched a Supreme Court challenge to a planning tribunal decision that rejected his apartment redevelopment of Fitzroy's Spanish Club.
A sweeping two-hectare public park, complete with waterfront walkway and new pier, will be some of the final pieces of the $6b Barangaroo development.
A neighbourhood shopping centre in Melbourne's south-east anchored by a Woolworths supermarket has sold to Chinese interests for $48 million, the latest in series of retail acquisitions by Asian investors.
Stockland will open the first section of its $412 million redevelopment and expansion of Stockland Green Hills.
The country's first skyscraper, 33 Alfred Street, owned by AMP Capital, in the prime position at Circular Quay, is to get a much-needed facelift
Self managed super funds are driving yields lower in a bid to bolster returns with commercial property investments.
Newspaper House, the heritage Collins Street building with a glittering mural mosaic on its facade, has sold for $35 million just two years after it was acquired by listed Singapore developer-builder Lian Beng for $22.7 million.
Investors are snapping up about $450 million of North Shore assets
Commercial yields paid for a property leased to Bendigo Bank at 164-166 Burgundy Street are on par with fixed term bank deposits or bond returns.
Byron Shire Council has upped the pressure in Westpac bank over any potential funding of the Adani coal mine.
Retail landlords will be focused on the arrival of internet giant Amazon to Australia,
Woolworth's chief grocer Brad Banducci will follow in big and glamorous footsteps when he fronts as the speaker to launch the Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver's plan to salvage his Australian Jamie's Italian restaurant chain has narrowly avoided collapse with a court granting administrators and receivers extra time to complete the takeover from failed hospitality company the Keystone Group.
The City of Port Phillip could have ended up with a completely different scheme for a new club in Port Melbourne, rather than this one designed by K20 Architecture.
Tattoos are more common than ever but the workplace reaction can be mixed.
Discrimination in recruitment comes down to fear and ignorance.