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Ice creams and lollies included in $70,000 general store sale
The humble general store is very much alive in regional Tasmania, where a lifestyle change beckons for a savvy operator. The Woodbridge Village General Store, about 36km south of Hobart, is on the market, with …
Mirvac bullish on Melbourne office outlook
Property giant Mirvac has offered a bullish outlook for new office projects in Melbourne based on its strong population growth and relatively affordable housing.
Hemmes’ pub buy-up rolls on with $15m Hotel Centennial purchase
Sydney bar king Justin Hemmes is continuing his extraordinary run of Sydney pub purchases with his private Merivale snapping up well-known eastern suburbs watering hole The Hotel Centennial for about $15 million.
Calls for residential takeover of Townsville police academy
The property industry has called for some lateral thinking to create jobs and investment, stimulate the Townsville CBD and develop land that can be put to better use.
Canadians buy Melbourne’s Myer headquarters
Manulife Real Estate, the global real estate arm of Canada’s biggest insurer, Manulife Financial, is looking to stamp its authority on the local property market with the purchase of the Myer headquarters at Victoria Harbour in the Docklands for close to $300 million.
New $350m sports hub coming to Victoria’s surf coast
Plans for a $350 million sports training, accommodation and tourism facility on Victoria’s surf coast have been unveiled, with Multiplex winning preferred builder status.
30-year lease a boon for Geelong childcare centre
A new Geelong childcare centre with a lease until nearly 2050 has sold for $3.6 million at an in-room auction.
Melbourne’s oldest pub sold in $92m deal
Another wealthy Melbourne family has taken advantage of soaring prices for top commercial assets, with Morry Schwartz and his family selling a hotel and historic pub for close to $100 million combined.
Dreamworld crowd numbers on the improve: chairman
Theme park and entertainment centres operator Ardent Leisure was on the mend after a period of turmoil, new chairman Gary Weiss told the company’s annual general meeting on Monday.
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