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Melbourne's Sunshine coast investors sell up

Melbourne's Sunshine coast investors sell up

Melbourne legal eagles sell Noosa investment while development sites come up for sale.

  • by Nicole Lindsay

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Strata offices have morphed into must-have real estate
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Strata offices have morphed into must-have real estate

Stellar capital growth, rising rents and low vacancy rates will continue to focus owner-occupiers’ attention on strata offices this year.

  • by Simon Johanson
Workers are Sydney and Melbourne’s newest rivalry
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Workers are Sydney and Melbourne’s newest rivalry

The country’s two dominant office markets are fighting it out for largest and most in-demand status.

  • by Simon Johanson, Carolyn Cummins and Nicole Lindsay
Penthouse sale to fill a cavity in Collins Street
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Penthouse sale to fill a cavity in Collins Street

A dentist is selling his penthouse rooms on Collins street.

  • by Nicole Lindsay
Demand for office space sees vacancy rates drop in Brisbane
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Demand for office space sees vacancy rates drop in Brisbane

The closure of Brisbane Transit Centre contributed to the drop in vacancy rates.

  • by Lucy Stone
Bankers, lawyers can't get enough office space to deal with Hayne report
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Bankers, lawyers can't get enough office space to deal with Hayne report

The banking royal commission has created an unexpected shot in the arm to a near-full national office market.

  • by Carolyn Cummins
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Canberra office market strong, but 'red flags' warrant caution, Property Council says
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Canberra office market strong, but 'red flags' warrant caution, Property Council says

Canberra's overall office vacancy rate dropped to 11 per cent in January, down from 13.2 per cent 12 months earlier.

  • by Dan Jervis-Bardy
Coworking no longer quite so communal
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Coworking no longer quite so communal

Larger and larger corporate tenants are now moving into the coworking spaces that were once the domain of solo workers.

  • by Nick Bonyhady
Developers focus on another stellar year for suburban offices
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Developers focus on another stellar year for suburban offices

Property developer Peter Cahill is hoping to ride the suburban office boom, which resulted in more than $1 billion worth of assets transacting in 2018 – the fifth year in a row of $1 billion-plus sales.

  • by Simon Johanson
Accent Group sneaking out of the blocks
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Accent Group sneaking out of the blocks

Accent Group is working on a new sneaker concept store out of the CBD retail core.

  • by Nicole Lindsay
Office asset sales to test market performance
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Office asset sales to test market performance

The office tower at 62 Pitt Street, Sydney will test investment appetite for the sector

  • by Carolyn Cummins