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Vivid development pain in South Melbourne

Vivid development pain in South Melbourne

It’s caveats at 10 paces down at Southbank as a property part-owned by film producers David Parker and Nadia Tass is put up for sale over a failed property development.

  • by Nicole Lindsay

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Public servants raised probity concerns over hotel sale to Liberal donor
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Public servants raised probity concerns over hotel sale to Liberal donor

Bureaucrats queried the $16.8 million Sir Stamford sale in 2013, newly-obtained emails show, but the government says other advice assured them there was no breach.

  • by Kylar Loussikian
Beyond Q followed to Weston by Curtin community drama
Property development

Beyond Q followed to Weston by Curtin community drama

Beyond Q owner Simon Maddox claims he is owed $10,000 in bond money by the owners of the Curtin shops due to a dispute, nearly 17 months after he moved out.

  • by Cassandra Morgan
ACT govt vows crackdown on 'sexist' ads amid Geocon dispute
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Canberra

ACT govt vows crackdown on 'sexist' ads amid Geocon dispute

The national advertising standards bureau last year cleared Geocon of any breaches, even finding some of its material depicted woman as confident and comfortable

  • by Dan Jervis-Bardy and Cassandra Morgan
Fuelled by The Block, property turned on its head in 2003 and we've been feeling it ever since
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Fuelled by The Block, property turned on its head in 2003 and we've been feeling it ever since

To truly understand what the downturn could mean, it's worth examining the recent history of booms and busts.

  • by Shane Wright and Eryk Bagshaw
Queensland's 100,000-property public housing shortfall revealed
Property development

Queensland's 100,000-property public housing shortfall revealed

A new UNSW report details Queensland's need for social and affordable housing into the future.

  • by Lucy Stone
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State government reveals first five sites for Metronet medium-density hubs
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State government reveals first five sites for Metronet medium-density hubs

The hubs will be built at sites identified in Cannington, Claremont, Innaloo, High Wycombe and Highgate.

  • by Heather McNeill
Staying at the Chrysler? New York landmark could soon turn into hotel
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Staying at the Chrysler? New York landmark could soon turn into hotel

New York City's iconic Chrysler Building, being bought for a fifth of what it last sold for, could be transformed from an ageing office tower into a hotel.

  • by Lily Katz and Katya Kazakina
South Perth apartment loses $1.6m in value after being 'boxed in' by high rises
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South Perth apartment loses $1.6m in value after being 'boxed in' by high rises

"You can't stop progress, I do understand that, and they say you can't buy a view, but I am entitled to my privacy."

  • by Heather McNeill
Stockland steps out into land-lease communities

Stockland steps out into land-lease communities

Stockland will pilot sites in Townsville and the Sunshine Coast and has earmarked a further five sites for consideration.

  • by Rachel Lane
Spotlight: Why one in 10 Australians opts to live in an apartment
Spotlight

Spotlight: Why one in 10 Australians opts to live in an apartment

The high-rise lifestyle is reshaping our skylines – and the way we live.

  • by Greg Callaghan