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Sydney’s first skyscraper to finally receive facelift
AMP Capital is in the final stages of undertaking two of Sydney’s largest real estate transactions, with its historic Alfred Street skyscraper to be revamped and its search for a capital partner for its Quay Quarter Tower coming to a head.
Dexus grabs North Sydney’s Christie Centre for $60m
Property powerhouse Dexus is looking to bolster its position in North Sydney by snapping up The Christie Centre in Berry St for more than $60 million.
Big news for banks as office moves take shape
Australia’s top banks are shifting their headquarters into glittering new skyscrapers along the eastern seaboard, setting commercial property markets alight at a time when they are also dramatically overhauling their workforces.
Hong Kong group nabs major Sydney tower
Hong Kong-based K Wah has joined the array of Asian buyers that have snapped up Sydney towers and has just struck a deal to buy a building from funds giant TH Real Estate for about $192 million. 
Foreign investors zero in on Perth office market
International funds managers are taking advantage of the stronger interest in Perth commercial towers to strike deals worth more than $120 million.
Hong Kong investor muscles in on $190m Sydney tower
Funds management giant TH Real Estate has secured a buyer for its A-grade office block in Hunter Street in central Sydney with Hong Kong-based K. Wah angling to purchase the building for more than $190 million.
Strong Sydney market prompts $115m Kent St sale
The strength of Sydney’s office market has spurred Credit Suisse to put a major tower occupied by Central Queensland University on the block in a move likely to reap close to $115 million. The sale …
Clouds hover over Darwin office leasing market
The rental market for office space across Darwin remains moribund and it is difficult to see how this will change in the short or medium term.
Asian interest drives Geelong TAC price to $125m
Owners of Geelong’s Transport Accident Commission headquarters are set to earn $30 million on the sale of the landmark building.
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