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Seaside hospital comes back to market

Seaside hospital comes back to market

The former Children's polio hospital in Mt Eliza is on the market after receiving some heritage protection.

  • by Nicole Lindsay

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Wetherill Park sale hits $61m

Wetherill Park sale hits $61m

Industrial property is one of the hottest sectors in the market.

  • by Carolyn Cummins
Dexus awards: CBRE Brisbane takes out big gong

Dexus awards: CBRE Brisbane takes out big gong

Property professionals from across Australia have been honoured at the 25th annual Excellence in Agency Awards.

  • by Carolyn Cummins
Ancient olive tree at centre of Charter Hall's office development
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Ancient olive tree at centre of Charter Hall's office development

On Charter Hall’s Wesley Church site in Melbourne’s Lonsdale Street is a 143-year-old olive tree, one of the first planted in Australia.

  • by Simon Johanson
Courthouse gets a Gothic-inspired theatre
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Courthouse gets a Gothic-inspired theatre

The Carlton Courthouse Theatre, in Drummond Street, appears more like a Gothic-inspired church than a courthouse.

  • by Stephen Crafti
Smart cities code of practice

Smart cities code of practice

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  • by Laurie patton
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Leasing ladder: November 17

Leasing ladder: November 17

All the action from the commercial property sector.

  • by Carolyn Cummins
Investors snap up $5b office assets nationally
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Investors snap up $5b office assets nationally

Investors have pumped $5 billion of cash into the national office market in the year to date

  • by Carolyn Cummins
Proptech to propel property sector to new phase

Proptech to propel property sector to new phase

Proptech is here and will have a major impact on the property sector.

  • by Carolyn Cummins
Steven Lowy to retire from Scentre board
Scentre Group

Steven Lowy to retire from Scentre board

Steven Lowy will retire from the board of the Scentre Group next year, ending a near-six decade association between the Lowy family and the retailer.

  • by Carolyn Cummins
'Disappointing': Goodman gets second pay 'strike' in three years
Goodman Group

'Disappointing': Goodman gets second pay 'strike' in three years

Chairman Ian Ferrier says a 45.46 per cent "strike" against Goodman's remuneration report fails to recognise the industrial property giant's success.

  • by Carolyn Cummins