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COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

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

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, SALES & LEASINGREAL ESTATE INVESTMENT TRUSTS & FUNDS

Energex House set to spark strong interest

CROMWELL is hoping the green credentials of its Energex House, part of its Gasworks development in Newstead, will attract a buyer for at least $360 million. In a busy 2021 for major Brisbane office asset transactions, Cromwell bought 100 Creek Street for $184.7 million in October, following its $117.5 million acquisition of 545 Queen Street. Energex House was Queensland’s first 6.0-star Green…
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COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, SALES & LEASINGHOTEL, TOURISM & LEISURE

EG splashes $42m on pub and retail investments

EG has snapped up two fully-leased hospitality venues for its private wealth division, the Anglers Tavern in Maribyrnong in Melbourne’s…
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, SALES & LEASING

Canberra' JFF snaps up Brisbane office on 5pc yield

SILVERSTONE Developments’ Newstead office building has sold in an off-market deal to the John James Memorial Foundation (JFF) on a yield of 5%. Mike…
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, SALES & LEASINGCORONAVIRUS COVID-19 PANDEMIC

CBD retail will improve when office workers, tourists and students return

RETAIL spending is expected to recover from the latest setback brought on by the Omicron variant, with discretionary spending posed to overtake the…

RURAL PROPERTY & AGRIBUSINESS

Rural and agriculture property, agribusiness

RURAL & AGRIBUSINESS

British billionaire divests NSW rural land

UK-based billionaire hedge fund manager Sir Michael Hintze has netted about $40 million from the sale of grazing and cropping properties in…
RURAL & AGRIBUSINESS

Farming families join forces to buy back agri land

CONTROVERSIAL land owned by Chinese mining giant Shenhua Watermark Coal is back in the hands of local farmers after $120 million worth of…
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, SALES & LEASINGRURAL & AGRIBUSINESS

APJ's property sales and leasing transactions wrap

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

PODCASTS & VIDEOS

Interviews and features

SPONSORED EDITORIAL

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Season's Greetings from Napier & Blakeley

2021 was another challenging year where we couldn’t meet as much as we would have liked, however our industry responded and performed well…
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Napier & Blakeley’s new Director - Paul Cosker

Napier & Blakeley take great pleasure in announcing that Paul Cosker is now a Director. Paul has been with them since 2006 and he is…
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How technology is transforming the future of real estate

REAL estate lags behind most asset classes in the digitisation and adoption of technology. The industry is made up of numerous…

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RESEARCH

Real estate trends, insights, research and outlook

CORONAVIRUS COVID-19 PANDEMICRESEARCH

Cashed up Australian investors flock to real estate

REAL estate fund inflows lagged other asset classes in 2021, but Australian funds saw better inflows than its peers abroad, as cash-rich local investors ploughed record amounts of new capital into managed funds. Inflows rose into real estate funds rose by a quarter to $1.9 billion, according to the latest Fund Flow Index from Calastone, although this contrasts with outright outflows for the third…
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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

PROPERTY REVIEWER

Expert views & opinions

PROPERTY REVIEWER

Five reasons to expect a cooling in the Australian property market and falling prices in 2023

OPINION: AFTER a 22% rise in Australian home prices this year, they are expected to slow to 5% growth in 2022 with prices likely to fall…
PROPERTY REVIEWER

Food for thought, concept stores reactivating shopping strips

OPINION: OVER the last 18 months I have loved watching the evolution of fabulous Foodstores. All around Melbourne there are numerous artisan…
PROPERTY REVIEWER

Investment Perspectives: Is long WALE really low risk?

OPINION: ONE of the many accepted truisms in real estate is properties with a long WALE (weighted average lease expiry) tend to be lower…

HOTEL & LEISURE

Hotels, pubs, resorts, tourism & leisure

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, SALES & LEASINGHOTEL, TOURISM & LEISURE

EG splashes $42m on pub and retail investments

EG has snapped up two fully-leased hospitality venues for its private wealth division, the Anglers Tavern in Maribyrnong in…
HOTEL, TOURISM & LEISURE

Short goes pub crawling

HOTELIER Fraser Short has snapped up two Hawkesbury pubs in the new year as the sector continues to attract investors and operators after a…
HOTEL, TOURISM & LEISURE

Pub sales spill over into final days of 2022

THE bubbling pubs sector’s busy transactional run that has seen over $2 billion of venues change hands in 2021 is stretching right to the…

SUSTAINABILITY

Environment, sustainability and wellness in real estate

SUSTAINABILITY

Victoria transitioning from native timber to plantations

VICTORIA is transitioning away from native timber harvesting, as the state government announces new support for the timber industry through…
RURAL & AGRIBUSINESSSUSTAINABILITY

Three million hectares land opens to carbon farming

MORE than three million hectares of unallocated Crown land in Western Australia will be made released for carbon farming opportunities, to…
SUSTAINABILITY

Investa achieves WELL portfolio rating

THE International Well Building Institute (IWBI) has granted Investa with a WELL Portfolio Achievement Award, due to the group’s recent…

SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE

Student accommodation, aged care & retirement, childcare and healthcare

RESEARCHSOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE

Asia Pacific will become the world's largest data centres

ASIA Pacific is set to become the world’s largest data centre region over the next decade, amid insatiable demand for cloud computing and…
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT TRUSTS & FUNDSSOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE

Centuria injects a further $466m into healthcare

CENTURIA Capital Group closed 2021 with $466 million worth of healthcare real estate acquisitions on both sides of the Tasman. It capped off…
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT TRUSTS & FUNDSSOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE

Charter Hall snaps up $134m in childcare centres

THE Charter Hall Social Infrastructure REIT (CQE) has collected $134.3 million worth of childcare centres across two portfolios in Western…

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