Government Commercial Property News

Government commercial property

Geelong buildings offered up as ATO alternative
News
Geelong buildings offered up as ATO alternative
Commercial property developers can offer space in city buildings tailored for the Australian Taxation Office if it abandons a plan to close its Geelong office next year.
Shopping centre landlords face 20% rent drop
News
Shopping centre landlords face 20% rent drop
Shopping centre landlords face a steep fall in rents of about 20% when the Morrison government’s stimulus package ends later this year, according to Morgan Stanley analysts.
Sydney Fish Market slated for skyscraper developments
News
Sydney Fish Market slated for skyscraper developments
The site of Sydney Fish Market may become home to thousands of apartments and office buildings soaring up to 45 storeys under plans released by the NSW government as it seeks to kickstart the economy in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.
Shopping centres, office landlords positive as coronavirus rules eased
News
Shopping centres, office landlords positive as coronavirus rules eased
Shopping centre and office landlords were cautiously encouraged by the federal government’s blueprint for rolling back restrictions on retail trading and workplace gatherings, welcoming the prospect of an end to disrupted trading on the horizon.
Investors seek government properties to ride out COVID storm
News
Investors seek government properties to ride out COVID storm
As Australian investors search for safe places to ride out the current global pandemic, increasing numbers are seeking the security of government-leased commercial property.
Governments put developments on fast-track to kickstart economy
News
Governments put developments on fast-track to kickstart economy
State governments are kickstarting major commercial and residential developments in an attempt to restart economic activity in the recovery phase from the coronavirus.
$2.5bn Sydney Central Station tech precinct set for final approval
News
$2.5bn Sydney Central Station tech precinct set for final approval
Moves to kickstart major property projects have received a boost with the NSW government confirming a $2.5bn tech precinct on the western edge of Sydney’s Central Station has moved to the final phase of approval.
WA commercial property to share in $155m coronavirus relief
News
WA commercial property to share in $155m coronavirus relief
https://www.realestate.com.au/news/wa-announces-rental-relief-for-residential-and-commercial-tenancies/
NT Government threatens jail time for COVID-19 rental law rorts
News
NT Government threatens jail time for COVID-19 rental law rorts
Northern Territory tenants and landlords caught taking advantage of emergency rental reforms proposed by the NT Government could face fines of up to $78,500 or five years in jail.
194 articles foundViewing 21 - 30Page 3 of 20