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

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
Leasing

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
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Explosives bring down Anglesea Alcoa plant at last

Explosives bring down Anglesea Alcoa plant at last

The former Alcoa power station in Anglesea is now just a mess of tangled steel after it was flattened by explosives Wednesday afternoon.

  • by Benjamin Preiss
Alcoa ordered to release asbestos, dust results after Anglesea blast

Alcoa ordered to release asbestos, dust results after Anglesea blast

Alcoa is preparing a second attempt at razing the six-storey building on Wednesday afternoon despite community concerns about toxic substances at the site.

  • by Benjamin Preiss
North Richmond surges under office demand
Industrial

North Richmond surges under office demand

Hong Se International makes its second acquisition this month while the shuttered Brighton bakery, Wild Holly Cakes, sold under the hammer.

  • by Nicole Lindsay
'Claps of thunder': Alcoa hoping fresh blast will level Anglesea plant

'Claps of thunder': Alcoa hoping fresh blast will level Anglesea plant

The owners of a decommissioned power station in Anglesea will try to blow up the structure again next month after a previous attempt failed to raze the massive building.

  • by Benjamin Preiss
Ford moves to sell its Australian manufacturing plants
Industrial

Ford moves to sell its Australian manufacturing plants

Ford Australia will sell its massive former plants in Geelong and Broadmeadows, bringing to a close more than half a century of Australian motoring history.

  • by Simon Johanson