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Near-new Mantra hotel takes flight in Canberra
One of Canberra’s newest hotels, the Mantra MacArthur, has been listed for sale amid a simmering local accommodation market.
Taco Bell set to open string of stores in NSW
Fresh off announcing a major rollout of stores across Australia, global Mexican food giant Taco Bell has confirmed it will open its first restaurants in New South Wales and the ACT. In an announcement on Tuesday, …
Canberra farm sold at auction…to owner’s family
One of the first properties to ever be auctioned at Old Parliament House has sold for $3.6 million, but it won’t move far from the vendors’ own family.
Chance to dip toe in former Swimming Australia offices
A pair of prominent ACT offices is on the market in a building that was formerly Swimming Australia’s Canberra headquarters.
German fund buys Canberra’s Maddocks House
German fund manager Real I.S. has swooped on an office complex in Canberra’s government district, picking up Maddocks House for $29 million.
Singapore group buys major Canberra office and SA chicken facility
Singapore’s Soilbuild REIT has become the latest group from the city-state to leap into the Australian market, snapping up a Canberra office complex and an Inghams facility in South Australia in deals worth just over $116 million in total.
Canberra offices back in investor frame
Canberra’s office market is again on the radar of local institutions, which wracked up a busy second half in 2017 after foreign buyers had set the early pace.
Canberra government buildings earmarked for hotels, shops
Major development and investment companies have swooped on four properties in the parliamentary triangle precinct in Canberra that were sold off by the federal government for a total of $122.5 million and will be turned into new hotels, shops and office space.
Who’s looking after the federal government’s properties?
The federal government has tapped a series of new providers to manage the commonwealth’s property portfolio as it looks to drive greater efficiencies across its holdings. This article originally appeared on
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