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Rebels clubhouse to be bulldozed for townhouses
The Rebels Motorcycle Club’s North Hobart headquarters is set to be demolished to make way for four new townhouses after the prime piece of real estate was sold for $1.25 million.
5 myths about investing in commercial property
Many every-day investors are put off commercial property because they believe it’s too complex. But with careful research, it needn’t be.
QLD Government considers opening up land for development
A city deal could pave the way for government-owned land to be opened for development, as all levels of government work to deliver a “better” future for southeast Queensland.
Sunshine Coast to boast Australia’s fastest internet
A new high speed telecommunications submarine cable has been labelled a game changer for one Queensland region and has one residential developer investing millions.
Inspiration & Style
Marilyn Monroe’s dress inspires LA tower design
The image of Hollywood siren Marilyn Monroe’s white dress billowing above a New York City subway grate in The Seven-Year Itch is one of the most iconic images in cinematic history. So famous is the …
South Yarra to be home to Australia’s first Moxy hotel
Businessmen Hector Ktori and Peter Arvanitis are developing an 180-room standalone hotel in Melbourne’s South Yarra that will debut as Australia’s first Moxy hotel by the Marriott International chain.
Chinese developer to press on with $1.1bn Macquarie Park complex
The downturn in house prices is not stopping Chinese-backed developer Visionary from lodging development applications for a $1.1 billion four-tower residential, hotel and office complex project at Macquarie Park, which is slowly being transformed into a high-density urban centre.
Opal Tower developer pulls out of Sirius race
The developer of the troubled Opal Tower has pulled out of its bid to win the lucrative rights to redevelop the high profile Sirius Building in Sydney’s Rocks district following a lobbying effort by powerful NSW councillors and MPs.
Student housing set for another bumper year
Scape Student Living is capitalising on a surge in international and local students in Queensland by opening its Toowong development in Brisbane almost six months early, in time for the start of the 2019 academic year.
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