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Carolyn Cummins is Commercial Property Editor for The Sydney Morning Herald.

Darrell Lea store sale, of about $30m, could set new city records

Darrell Lea store sale, of about $30m, could set new city records

The former site of Dad's liquorice bags and now mobile phones, the Darrell Lea shop on King and George Streets, is being sold for about $30 million

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McGrath sells 15 per cent stake to property developer Aqualand

McGrath sells 15 per cent stake to property developer Aqualand

McGrath will sell a 15 per cent stake to property developer Aqualand Group with a placement that gives the ASX-listed real estate agent a $10.7 million cash injection.

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Sydney CBD heritage space in high demand

Sydney CBD heritage space in high demand

Sydney CBD heritage property owners are the beneficiaries of a rise in demand from tenants.

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Woolworths snaps up prime site on Pitt St Mall

Woolworths snaps up prime site on Pitt St Mall

Woolies responds to increase in city residents with another Metro store.

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Dexus gets $1.1b asset value upgrade from high rents

Dexus gets $1.1b asset value upgrade from high rents

Dexus, the country's biggest office landlord, has delivered a $1.1 billion, or 9.3 per cent valuation lift in the portfolio

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Million-dollar retail listings are a landlord's paradise

Million-dollar retail listings are a landlord's paradise

It's official leasing a shop in Sydney's City is now known as a Million Dollar listing.

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'Experience retail' takes on traditional shops

'Experience retail' takes on traditional shops

Traditional apparel retailers, who are already under pressure from sluggish consumer sentiment, are now facing a barrage of new ''experience retail'' tenants

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Investors snap up $90m in City fringe offices

Investors snap up $90m in City fringe offices

Investors have snapped up more $95 million in sales of City fringe office assets to get a foothold into the booming sector.

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The Ribbon or The Snail? The new hotel heading for one of Sydney's iconic sites

The Ribbon or The Snail? The new hotel heading for one of Sydney's iconic sites

Singapore may have the Marina Bay Sands, but Sydney won't be far behind with the harbour's latest 5-star hotel.

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SAP to join Channel 9 at North Sydney's $1b Winten tower

SAP to join Channel 9 at North Sydney's $1b Winten tower

SAP's deal takes means the office tower is 40 per cent pre-committed.

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The Agency targets 45 per cent growth through new recruits

The Agency targets 45 per cent growth through new recruits

Listed real estate group The Agency has forecast a 45 per cent growth in net revenue for the 2018 year

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