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No "grey skies" as industrial values keep rising

No "grey skies" as industrial values keep rising

Most of the property trusts hold land acquired historically at much lower prices, which enables them to make money even at rock bottom current yields.

  • by Tim Boreham

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Locals fear power plant risks making Lancelin 'Kwinana of the north'
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Locals fear power plant risks making Lancelin 'Kwinana of the north'

The proposed tyre-burning plant is on the doorstep of Lancelin's conservation-zoned dunes.

  • by Emma Young
Blackstone, Charter Hall boost industrial holdings
Industrial

Blackstone, Charter Hall boost industrial holdings

US private equity giant Blackstone boosts its Australian holdings by $33 million as it, and other large fund managers, chase a stake in the well-performing sector.

  • by Simon Johanson
Gay Men's Health Centre returns to north side
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Gay Men's Health Centre returns to north side

A new LGBTI health service will open on Hoddle Street and a Ritchies Supermarket has leased space at the Pentridge development.

  • by Nicole Lindsay
Inside Australia's biggest fridge and freezer
Industrial

Inside Australia's biggest fridge and freezer

In the flat plains of western industrial heartland Truganina sits the southern hemisphere’s largest fridge and freezer.

  • by Simon Johanson
Frasers goes to market with Epping land deal worth $40m
Industrial

Frasers goes to market with Epping land deal worth $40m

Frasers Property has snapped up a strategic industrial site near Melbourne’s Wholesale Fruit and Vegetable Market in Epping in a $40 million deal with a private landowner.

  • by Simon Johanson
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Catch Group nets big warehouse deal
Industrial

Catch Group nets big warehouse deal

Catch Group has doubled it warehouse footprint, signing a leasing deal with landlord Charter Hall to take over a 22,000 square metre warehouse.

  • by Simon Johanson
Demolition derby just a valuation diversion
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Demolition derby just a valuation diversion

Recently sold empty buildings have been quickly re-leased to the new wave of Asian restaurants.

  • by Nicole Lindsay
E-commerce props up industrial sector
Industrial

E-commerce props up industrial sector

The industrial property market is proving impervious to the intensifying slump in the housing sector.

  • by Tim Boreham
MAB signs fresh food exporter at Merrifield
Industrial

MAB signs fresh food exporter at Merrifield

Merrifield Business Park in Melbourne’s outer north has signed up its third key occupant in the 330 hectare complex.

  • by Tim Boreham
Razed Alcoa plant requires six-month clean-up

Razed Alcoa plant requires six-month clean-up

A tangled mess of steel and debris surrounding a solitary chimney stack are all that remain of Anglesea's former power station. Now the clean-up begins.

  • by Benjamin Preiss