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Fun and games as Timezone plots massive expansion
The Quadrant Private Equity-backed owners of the Timezone entertainment empire plan to double their outlets as shopping centre landlords cast for new ways to draw consumers in the tough retailing environment.
Crypto consortium eyes off more resorts
The international cryptocurrency consortium eyeing Dunk Island also has Brampton Island and a New Zealand ski resort in its sights, after publicly failing in its bid to acquire Great Keppel.
Syrian investor buys Little Albion Guest House
The internationally backed hotelier Crystalbrook Collection has made its first foray into Sydney, buying the 35-room Little Albion Guest House in Surry Hills for an aggressive price of about $30 million.
The grand old business of retail sure ain’t what it used to be
With the rise and rise of online shopping and demand for “convenience and experience”, the retail sector across Australia is undergoing significant change. Finn Trembath, associate director for research and consulting services at Knight Frank …
Charter Hall zeroes in on major Brisbane office
Two Charter Hall funds have paid $60 million for a Brisbane office building directly across from the new Queens Wharf development.
Global funds chase stake in hot Sydney office market
Global funds manager TH Real Estate has again leapt into Sydney’s hot office market, preparing to snap up Built’s headquarters which are now being constructed for a price believed to be about $170 million.
Vicinity sells 11 local shopping centres for $631m
Shopping centre giant Vicinity Centres will offload a string of local malls it owns across Australia in one of the most significant retail deals of 2018.
Malaysian fund floats $200m Bourke St office tower
Malaysian pension fund Kumpulan Wang Persaraan Diperbadankan is looking to cash in on Melbourne’s emergence as a hot investment destination by bringing a tower worth about $200 million to market.
Scarborough’s White Sands Tavern in line for 18-storey tower
Singapore-listed Chip Eng Seng Corporation has sold the well-known White Sands Tavern site in Scarborough, clearing the way for a new group to undertake a development up to 18 storeys high in the Perth beachside suburb.
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