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Charities cash in on rising land prices
As land values rise, charities and not-for-profit organisations have been taking advantage of their increasingly valuable headquarters to fund operations. This article originally appeared on theaustralian.com.au/property.
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Huge interest in Hobart Travelodge
Hobart’s Travelodge hotel is expected to fetch more than $20m when it is sold in May.
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East West Link apartment block goes on sale
An entire apartment complex that was compulsorily acquired by the Victorian Government to accommodate the now-scrapped East West Link is now back on the market.
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$25m-plus for rare piece of Bourke St Mall
One of only five privately-owned properties in Melbourne’s entire Bourke St Mall is on the market, with a shop fronting the Royal Arcade listed for the first time in more than 30 years.
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Stunning Cape Wickham golf course for sale
Australia’s number three-ranked golf course, Cape Wickham, appears almost certain to end up in foreign hands, after it was officially put up for sale. The picturesque links-style course at King Island, just north of Tasmania …
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Prime pair of George St buildings to fetch $130m
A pair of buildings in Sydney’s CBD are to be sold for the first time in more than 30 years, in an offering that could be worth as much as $130 million.
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Melbourne’s Sheraton Hotel slides onto market
Developer Golden Age has put the Sheraton Hotel Melbourne on the block for up to $140 million as it looks to reshuffle its holdings after buying another major site in the city. This article originally appeared on theaustralian.com.au/property.
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Canberra almost topples Sydney for office rent growth
Canberra emerged as the surprise best performer of Australia’s office markets last year with the national capital ­second only to Sydney in delivering rent growth in the last quarter. This article originally appeared on theaustralian.com.au/property.
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US trumps Chinese in race for Australian retail
The United States proved to be the dominant foreign force in Australian retail investment in 2016, while Queensland tipped New South Wales out of top spot for sales.
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