How come so many people refuse to work full-time?
Simon Johanson 5:05 PM Sydney billionaire property developer Lang Walker has put his vast Collins Square project in Melbourne's Docklands on the market with price expectations believed to be around $2.5 billion.
Nicole Lindsay 12:00 AM An historical building that dominates the lanes behind Melbourne Central is up for sale for the first time in nearly 45 years.
Nicole Lindsay 12:00 AM Strata office prices in a Flinders Lane building have doubled in two years as buyers snap up property in Melbourne's CBD.
Simon Johanson 12:15 AM The federal government is among a rush of tenants seeking to close large floor plate leasing deals before year's end in prime Melbourne CBD buildings.
12:00 AM Two prime side-by-side investment properties on Sydney Road have sold to the same investor, one for $2.08m and the other for $1.02m.
Simon Johanson 12:00 AM Sentinel has acquired the Harvey Norman-anchored plaza in Sunshine North for $29.5 million for its Sentinel Homemaker (Open Ended) Trust.
Dominic Perrottet Recently, Domain reported seven more government-owned Millers Point properties would go under the hammer in early December.
Carolyn Cummins City retailing is firmly in the spotlight with international brands competing head on with the local players as the jostle for space.
Carolyn Cummins Loyalty schemes are constantly under review, with some considered a cost centre, while others are a way of retaining the customer.
Carolyn Cummins The opening of the revamped Westfield Hurstville and the final stage of Stockland's Wetherill Park shopping centre and an improved office market in Parramatta, are further evidence that growth is happening outside of the Sydney central business district.
Dominic Perrottet Recently, Government Property NSW announced seven more government-owned Millers Point properties would go under the hammer in December.
Stephen Crafti Given the increase in technology, whether it's a computer screen, tablet or iPhone, 'weaning' people away from such devices requires some effort.
Rachel Packham Though recent statistics have placed Canberra's office vacancy rates at around 15 per cent, new research suggests that the actual vacancy rate could be among the lowest in the nation.