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Property NSW to sell state’s historic first apartment block
The first apartment block ever built in New South Wales is on the market as part of a small portfolio of properties being offloaded by Property NSW.
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New future beckons for Old Geelong Gaol
The redevelopment of St Mary’s Hall and school site will be a blueprint for the sale of the old Geelong Gaol, launched at the weekend.
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Sorrento’s Continental Hotel back on the market
Sorrento’s iconic Continental Hotel on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula is back on the market with a price bump of more than $5 million, less than 18 months after a developer bought it.
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Historic lease: Jack’s Magazine a blast from the past
When it comes to Australia’s most unique commercial properties, this one might take the cake. The chance to lease and revitalise the historic Jack’s Magazine site in Melbourne looms as a once in a lifetime …
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Historic Tasmanian homestead and function centre a sub-$2m steal
Where can you buy a booming meeting and function centre, a historic family home, a bed and breakfast and more than 13,000sqm of developable residential land, all for less than $2 million?
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Labor demands public input on Hobart Treasury building’s future
Labor wants a public discussion about the future of Hobart’s iconic Treasury building.
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Time to butter up for historic Euroa factory
Your chance to own a slice of history is up for grabs in Euroa.
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Calls mount to develop Hobart’s Treasury Building
The State Government should seek international expressions of interest in developing Hobart’s “neglected” Treasury Building into an outstanding hospitality precinct, Tasmania’s peak tourism body says.
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Iconic Chapel St antique store McPhee’s sold to developer
A developer has paid $4.25 million to secure one of Chapel Street’s most iconic retail stores – McPhee’s Fine Antiques, which has been a part of the Melbourne strip for 116 years. McPhee’s, one of …
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