It must be frustrating to deal with technophobes every day and be surrounded by software that resembles a Commodore 64.
A high-visibility showroom at 439-443 Swan Street with a total land area of 600 square metres sold for $3.6 million to a private investor.
Marc Pallisco Places Victoria is believed to formalising the sale of a 1.56-hectare Cheltenham site housing a building where fighter jet planes were manufactured in the Second World War.
Simon Johanson The Aquarevo estate in Lyndhurst is being jointly developed by privately owned Villawood Properties and state utility South East Water to include unique water recycling features estimated to save up to 70 per cent of drinking water.
Carolyn Cummins Shopping Centres Australasia has offset the softer sales growth from the ongoing supermarket wars with a rise in specialty store turnover to report a 29.1 per cent rise in first half funds from operations to $48.8 million.
Nicole Lindsay A group of property holders are offering a key Southbank site opposite the Crown casino.
The two-week Grand Slam tennis tournament has boosted Melbourne occupancy rates to an average 90.4 per cent.
Nicole Lindsay The value of industrial sales transacted in Australia slid 12 per cent last year as a backlog of deals failed to get signed before Christmas.
Simon Johanson Substandard and "hazardous" work on 69 homes lead to builder's registration being stripped for three years.
The conversion of office towers into residential apartment and the upcoming NSW Government metro railway, has led the vacancy rate across Sydney's North Shore to fall, according to the Property Council of Australia's latest Office Market Report.
Parramatta has emerged as the strongest office market in Sydney, even eclipsing its rivals in the North, as more businesses jostle for a foothold in what is seen as the growth centre of NSW.
Global retail giant Westfield has invested close to $100 million in the Los Angeles International Airport as part of its transformation of transport hubs across North America.
A flood of money out of China in the last six months means that it may be too early to call the top of the property market.
A major industrial site at Banksmeadow is the latest to hit the market to start what is forecast to be a busy year for the sector.
Retail landlords are forecasting a busy year boosted by tourists, low domestic interest rates that give locals extra cash and a desire for pampering via the purchase of jewellery or an expensive handbag.
The worlds of politics and property collided last week and it was all captured on social media. Showing he is a man of the people, NSW Premier Mike Baird did the honours of opening the new swanky Twitter offices in 2 Park Street, Sydney.
In the coming two weeks, investors' attention will be focused on the fact, figures and real estate investment trust directors' narratives about the half-year that was and, more importantly, the outlook for the coming few months leading into the end of the 2015-16 financial year.
A funky fitout is good news for the environment.
Singaporean business magnate Michael Kum is believed to have sold his awkward-shaped Southbank development site for more than $60 million – or about twice the price he paid in late 2013.
PB White Minerals P/L has sold a 1086 sqm office at 42-46 Longueville Road to RBC Management P/L.
Designed by March Studio, the fit-out of Jimmy Grants references suburban life in the 1970s.
Carolyn Cummins Property developer and hotelier Toga is to build a $160 million residential tower in the booming Macquarie Park precinct in Sydney's north west as part of its ongoing expansion of the housing division.