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Why ‘alternative’ investments are dominating market
The rapid expansion of health and aged care, student accommodation and data centres saw alternative assets show the fastest growth for JLL in Australia with revenue increasing 70% for the nine months to September compared with 2017.
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Fuel prices, not online retail, top shopping centre fear list
The economic outlook, impact of fuel prices on consumer spending and the threat of online retailing remain among the top concerns for shopping centre managers, JLL has found.
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Chinese investors back in hunt for Melbourne properties
Chinese investors are again beginning to zero in on Australian commercial property, agents say, with a significant uptick in the number of Chinese buyers emerging in Melbourne in recent months. CBRE’s National Director Investments, Mark Wizel, …
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National CBD offices at highest absorption levels in 11 years
Surging tenant demand has seen net absorption levels across capital city office markets hit the highest level seen since before the global financial crisis.
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Lendlease boss lauds strong city office markets
Office buildings in the major east coast capitals are fully priced as a wave of capital seeks assets with long-term leases in place, according to Lendlease chief executive Steve McCann. 
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Aussie hotel boom adds thousands of rooms
Melbourne leads the growth of new accommodation development with more than 10,200 hotel rooms under construction or approved, followed by Sydney with more than 6000 rooms in the pipeline and Perth with 1755 rooms.
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Rail projects to stoke Sydney commercial market
Sydney’s three major rail projects will have the biggest impact of any infrastructure projects on the state’s property markets over the next six years, according to a report by JLL.
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St Ives tops Sydney’s highest revenue local shops
St Ives Shopping Village in ­Sydney has won the title of Australia’s highest revenue neighbourhood shopping centre, with annual sales of $245.26 million. 
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Hot-desking workers are happier: study
Workers who hot-desk are happier about their environment, less sedentary and more productive than their counterparts in traditional open-plan offices, new research shows.
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