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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

  • by Carolyn Cummins

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Grand sale, grand sale: Franco Cozzo sells Foot-a-scraay furniture store
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Grand sale, grand sale: Franco Cozzo sells Foot-a-scraay furniture store

After half a century selling furniture in the inner west, Franco Cozzo has secured his ultimate sale.

  • by Benjamin Millar & Chloe Booker
McGrath sells 15 per cent stake to property developer Aqualand
McGrath

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.

  • by Carolyn Cummins
Adman Harold Mitchell moves to offload city office
Office

Adman Harold Mitchell moves to offload city office

The ad mogul and media columnist has timed his sale to coincide with city fringe offices coming back into favour with investors.

  • by Simon Johanson
QIC pays $1 billion on the money for Pacific malls
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QIC pays $1 billion on the money for Pacific malls

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

  • by Nicole Lindsay
CEL Australia banks on Fishermans Bend high-rise
Property development

CEL Australia banks on Fishermans Bend high-rise

Singapore-owned developer banking on being among first movers and price savings to draw buyers to the area.

  • by Simon Johanson
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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.

  • by Carolyn Cummins
Trophy shops are attracting tight yields
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Trophy shops are attracting tight yields

A two-storey 505 sq m building with two shops and a first-floor gym in tightly-held 137-139 Upper Heidelberg Road sold under the hammer for $5,225,000.

  • by Simon Johanson
Woolworths snaps up prime site on Pitt St Mall
Woolworths

Woolworths snaps up prime site on Pitt St Mall

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

  • by Carolyn Cummins
Dexus gets $1.1b asset value upgrade from high rents
Dexus

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

  • by Carolyn Cummins
Luxury retail lifts off at Melbourne airport
Architecture

Luxury retail lifts off at Melbourne airport

Melbourne Airport's luxury retail can’t be compared to other shopping precincts around the world.

  • by Stephen Crafti