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Nicole Lindsay

Nicole Lindsay is a property reporter at The Age.

QIC pays $1 billion on the money for Pacific malls

QIC pays $1 billion on the money for Pacific malls

QIC is splashing $598 million on Pacific Werribee and $402 million on Pacific Epping.

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Residential developer targets Box Hill’s offices

Residential developer targets Box Hill’s offices

Three office blocks sell for a record $9000 a square metre development land rate.

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Resi developers diversify into commercial

Resi developers diversify into commercial

As the pool of investors for residential projects shrinks, developers are diversifying into commercial.

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Jenkins Orchard in Wantirna South on the market

Jenkins Orchard in Wantirna South on the market

One of the last orchards in metropolitan Melbourne is up for sale.

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Investors thirst for shopping centres

Investors thirst for shopping centres

The Gateway Leopold is in due diligence for around $120 million while Woolworths has bought the Mordialloc Plaza for $41 million.

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Abbotsford picking up the commercial slack

A string of new office projects has been proposed for Abbotsford, the suburb squeezed between the Yarra river and Collingwood and Richmond.

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South Melbourne office renaissance

South Melbourne office renaissance

Once a patchwork of tiny offices and studios, the CBD-fringe suburb of South Melbourne has 70,000 square metres of new office projects in the pipeline.

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Chinatown Heffernan Lane building sells for $6.3 million

Chinatown Heffernan Lane building sells for $6.3 million

Seven bidders competed for a distinctive Chinatown building at auction.

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Third time lucky for supermarket investor

Third time lucky for supermarket investor

This Woolworths supermarket sold for $8.75 million last year but the deal fell through. Last weekend it fetched $11.75 million.

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Chooks and dogs jostle for space in proposed Abbotsford tower

Chooks and dogs jostle for space in proposed Abbotsford tower

A new 12-storey tower proposed for the boundary between residential and industrial zones in Abbotsford will offer rooftop garden with chickens.

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Calvary Bethlehem's high-rise retirement village cut in half

Calvary Bethlehem's high-rise retirement village cut in half

VCAT has determined that a retirement village is not a residential dwelling and not subject to planning regulations.

  • by Nicole Lindsay