The Docklands urban renewal precinct is set to get its own cinema and supermarket.
Mirvac's residential business, which has been estimated to be worth more than $1.8 billion, is again under the spotlight for a potential sale.
Centuria✓ Metropolitan REIT✓ has thrown its hand into the mix with a $316 million takeover off for the listed GPT Metro Office Fund.
Demand for assets on the city's fringes is on the rise and this has prompted the listing of a range of properties.
Charter Hall and Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing have jointly bought the distinctive Macquarie office tower at One Shelley Street at Darling Harbour, Sydney for $525 million from the Canadian Brookfield Office Property.
Chinese cosmetics retailer UA Holdings, has cemented its Australian operations with the purchase of a new distribution centre in Melbourne's western suburbs.
One of Melbourne's exclusive male enclaves, the nearly 150-year-old Athenaeum Club, is seeking luxury retailers for its Collins Street shopfront.
Coworking space provider The Hub will triple its Melbourne footprint taking two large floors in the historic Mail Exchange building opposite Southern Cross Station.
Fast-growing restaurateur and bar owner Retail Savvy Group will open a new venue in Melbourne's popular Brunswick Street in space relinquished by Fremantle-based brewery Little Creatures.
A double-fronted shop at 378-380 Centre Road has sold for $2.9 million on a sharp 3.4 per cent yield.
Westpac, the country's biggest lender to landlords, is lowering the size of deposits it will require from property investors, partially reversing last year's crackdown.
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The Zenith office complex in Chatswood in Sydney's north has been bought by Centuria and Blackrock for $279 million.
David Jones is to lease the space being vacated by Myer at Wollongong Central as part of the DJs rollout of its new concept stores.
St Leonards is emerging from the shadows of its North Sydney and Chatswood rivals as a serious office market contender, according to agents.
Proving that growth and jobs, the mantra of the Federal Government, are happening in western Sydney, is Parramatta's office vacancy rate, which at 5.6 per cent is one of the lowest in the country.
Parramatta is one of the busiest metropolitan markets as it undergoes extensive redevelopment in infrastructure and capital works by the council, one of the largest being the city square.
Demand for construction finance is on a fast trajectory as private investors seek out developments in high yielding bricks and mortar.
Investors will have snapped up more than $2 billion in retail properties before the end of the 2016 financial year and the changing landlords are sparking a round of leasing musical chairs across the capital cities.
The property industry is generally supportive of the NSW government's drive for bigger councils.
Macquarie Group's new dig at 50 Martin Place has won the 2016 Rider Levett Bucknall NSW Development of the Year award for the "reinvigoration" of the historic heritage building.
An offshore developer is paying $41.5 million for a central Maidstone super-site which, following an imminent ministerial rezoning, will make way for a master-planned mixed-use village topped with apartment buildings and lower level shops.
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Brigitte Blackman, a real estate agent in inner Sydney, says her property listings have slumped 20 per cent from a September peak, and the phones at her Potts Point office are no longer ringing off the hook.
Stockland has extended its presence in Sydney's west with a $300 million project to build a mixed use residential apartments, laneway precinct and retail development in the heart of Merrylands.
Australian TV's longest running reality show The Block is facing a challenge - finding appropriate development sites.
Melbourne-based investor JAK Investment Group has paid $3.81 million for 14 office suites at 425 Docklands Drive in a deal negotiated by Lemon Baxter's Paul O'Sullivan.
A row of Williamstown shops has fetched $11.34 million from a lone investor as activity heats up in Melbourne's prime inner suburbs.
Investors are enamoured with pubs as more change hands across the city and regional areas.
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