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Tower to ‘bridge gap’ from Docklands to CBD
The tight Melbourne office market is set to get another 28-storey block, after Victorian Planning Minister Richard Wynne approved a second commercial tower for Lendlease’s $2.5 billion Melbourne Quarter project. This article originally appeared on theaustralian.com.au/property.
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Gatwick Hotel confirmed for The Block
The Gatwick Hotel will be transformed on an upcoming season of The Block, after Channel 9 finally confirmed it had bought the notorious rooming house.
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First five-star hotel comes to West Melbourne
West Melbourne’s first five-star hotel will feature a rainforest-inspired lobby, moonscape ceiling and futuristic neon car park.
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Buy an entire WA peninsula
Want to own your very own peninsula on one of Western Australia’s most pristine coastlines? You can.
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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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Chinese to build new $1bn Gold Coast city
Vast sugar cane lands on the Gold Coast have fallen into Chinese hands in a $1 billion-plus deal that could see them transformed into a new city by a Chinese theme park entrepreneur. This article originally appeared on theaustralian.com.au/property.
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Plans revealed for Sydney’s David Jones building
The redevelopment of the historic David Jones building in Sydney’s Market St will introduce world-class retailers and restaurants, as well as boutique office floors, topped by a luxury apartment tower. This article originally appeared on theaustralian.com.au/property.
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Marriott Hotel to transform Hobart heritage
A clutch of heritage buildings in Hobart’s Parliament Square will be transformed into a new $50 million Marriott International-branded The Luxury Collection hotel. This article originally appeared on theaustralian.com.au/property.
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Japanese continue push into Queensland
Japanese development giant Seki­sui House is forging ahead with $3.7 billion of works in southeast Queensland, including its controversial Brisbane and Sunshine Coast developments. This article originally appeared on theaustralian.com.au/property.
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