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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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Mental asylum becomes residential community
A former mental hospital in Charters Towers is being given a $40 million overhaul that will turn the site into a masterplanned community, unique to the region.
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Kozminsky closure to ignite Bourke St retail interest
The closure of Melbourne jewellery institution Kozminsky last week after 166 years is expected to spark hot competition for its Bourke St premises.
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Historic fire station a relic to remember
A quaint fire station with one of the most intriguing histories of any emergency services building in Australia is on the market.
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Options abound for historic tram car shed
Come for the cars, stay for the history. Or maybe that epic apartment upstairs. Or perhaps the development potential.
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Action aplenty in Cairns historic hotel market
Queensland’s hotel and pub sector continues to bubble along, with two of the states most prominent historic hotels placed on the market.
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‘Sleepy’ Mudgeeraba emerges as commercial powerhouse
Mudgeeraba is being heralded as one of the Gold Coast’s most active emerging commercial precincts, with a string of recent sales heralding a new era for the area.
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Historic Hobart building breaks Tasmanian record
A 180-year-old building near the Salamanca Markets has sold on the lowest ever yield for an commercial investment property in Tasmania.
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Ballarat office comes with unique gold rush history
A property that was once the chambers of a lawyer who played a key role in the events leading up to the Eureka Stockade rebellion on Victoria’s goldfields is on the market.
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