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COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

Office, industrial and retail property market, sale and leasing transactions

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, SALES & LEASINGCORONAVIRUS COVID-19 PANDEMICRESEARCH

Industrial yields sharpen to 3.5pc

A FEW years ago when industrial property yields were as high as 9.5%, if you told pundits yields would fall below 4% in 2021, they would have borrowed the line from The Castle and said “Tell em they’re dreaming!”. Although industrial real estate transactions fell in the September quarter from the June quarter record of $8.3 billion, the $2.2 billion figure was still the…
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COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, SALES & LEASING

ABC Sydney studio to make way for data centre

FOLLOWING the sale of its Elsternwick studios in Melbourne – where Countdown, Kath and Kim and Frontline were filmed, the ABC’s Sydney-based…
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, SALES & LEASING

Forza sells South Brisbane office after leasing success

FORZA Capital has divested a Queensland government-tenanted building for $34.7 million, more than $10 million above what it paid for the South…
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, SALES & LEASING

APJ's property sales and leasing transactions wrap

A WRAP up of development site and commercial property investment sales, as well as leasing transactions across Australia. Submit results to…

RURAL PROPERTY & AGRIBUSINESS

Rural and agriculture property, agribusiness

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, SALES & LEASINGRURAL & AGRIBUSINESS

APJ’s On the Market

A PREVIEW of rural and commercial property investments and development opportunities available across Australia. Submit sale campaigns to…
RURAL & AGRIBUSINESSSUSTAINABILITY

Kean steps up conservation

THE Australian bustard, fat-tailed dunnart, and the dusky hopping mouse are among the threatened species that will come under greater…
RURAL & AGRIBUSINESS

Fruitshack ripe after three decades

ENTERING the market after almost 30 years, an expansive citrus farm and vineyard in the New South Wales Riverina region is ripe for picking…

PODCASTS & VIDEOS

Interviews and features

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2021 Napier & Blakeley Construction Costs Datacards

Napier & Blakeley have provided cost advice to all sectors of the construction and development industries for over 36 years and are…
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APJ Talking Property with Benjamin Martin Henry

This latest episode of Australian Property Journal’s Talking Property is brought to you by Real Capital Analytics. APJ’s Nelson Yap…
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Strategic Planning + Increased Workload = New People at N & B

And we are happy to introduce you to them here… Kevin Shek Senior Quantity Surveyor Sydney Gabriella Lai Cadet Quantity…

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RESEARCH

Real estate trends, insights, research and outlook

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, SALES & LEASINGCORONAVIRUS COVID-19 PANDEMICRESEARCH

Industrial yields sharpen to 3.5pc

A FEW years ago when industrial property yields were as high as 9.5%, if you told pundits yields would fall below 4% in 2021, they would have borrowed the line from The Castle and said “Tell em they’re dreaming!”. Although industrial real estate transactions fell in the September quarter from the June quarter record of $8.3 billion, the $2.2 billion figure was still the…
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PROPERTY FUNDS

Capital markets, Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITS) and unlisted property funds

RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY

Residential real estate and property developments

AUSTRALIAN PROPERTY INSTITUTE

Australian Property Institute (API) news

PROPERTY REVIEWER

Expert views & opinions

PROPERTY REVIEWERRESIDENTIAL PROPERTY

Why is Australian housing so expensive?

OPINION: FOR as long as I can recall housing affordability has been an issue in Australia but since the 1990s it’s gone from being a…
PROPERTY REVIEWER

Riding Australia’s PropTech Boom

OPINION: AS the old adage goes, with great uncertainty comes great opportunity. Over the past twelve months, disruptions to the way we live…
PROPERTY REVIEWER

How should people in commercial real estate spend their time?

OPINION: IN the first article about how people in commercial real estate should invest their time, I covered the risk in being too busy for…

HOTEL & LEISURE

Hotels, pubs, resorts, tourism & leisure

HOTEL, TOURISM & LEISURE

Hunt takes advantage of thirsty market

HUNT Hospitality has nearly doubled its money on the sale Newcastle’s historic Duke of Wellington Hotel, selling the 1932-built venue for…
HOTEL, TOURISM & LEISURE

Twiggy enters billionaires' playground Byron Bay

BILLIONAIRE Andrew “Twiggy” Forrest and his wife Nicola have splashed out $30 million for a luxury wellness retreat outside of Byron Bay…
CORONAVIRUS COVID-19 PANDEMICGENERAL PROPERTYHOTEL, TOURISM & LEISURE

Pandemic spurs demand for caravan parks

CARAVAN stay parks have been “one of the big winners” over the past 18 months, seeing visitations skyrocket while Australia’s…

SUSTAINABILITY

Environment, sustainability and wellness in real estate

SUSTAINABILITY

NSW helps corporates transition to renewables

AS the Prime Minister Scott Morrison unveils Australia’s 2050 net zero plan, the NSW government has launched a pilot for its National…
RURAL & AGRIBUSINESSSUSTAINABILITY

Kean steps up conservation

THE Australian bustard, fat-tailed dunnart, and the dusky hopping mouse are among the threatened species that will come under greater…
SUSTAINABILITY

CBA charges up regional solar farms with $33m funding

THE Commonwealth Bank has tipped in $33 million to help fund Providence Asset Group’s trial of a hydrogen-lithium battery that will be…

SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE

Student accommodation, aged care & retirement, childcare and healthcare

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, SALES & LEASINGSOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE

APJ's property sales and leasing transactions wrap

A WRAP up of social infrastructure and commercial property investment sales, as well as leasing transactions across Australia. Submit…
SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE

Plenary and Watermark tee off at Chatswood

PARITER and Watermark Living will team up to deliver Sydney’s north a new luxury retirement village, as well as upgrading Chatswood Golf…
SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE

Agosta family selling childcare triplets

IN excess of $30 million is expected for three brand-new Nino Early Learning Adventures centres in Melbourne, including a pair that are yet…

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Property briefs