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Investors snap up high-yielding pizza hut, bank and real estate assets

Investors snap up high-yielding pizza hut, bank and real estate assets

Small to medium investors have snapped up an array of high-yielding assets such as fast-food and bank premises in a busy auction that generated a combined $32 million for vendors.

  • by Carolyn Cummins

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McNee eyes post-pandemic bounce in city fringe offices

McNee eyes post-pandemic bounce in city fringe offices

Developer Bill McNee is looking for a $70 million post-COVID windfall after identifying and meeting tenants’ demand for an amenity-soaked, boutique, city-fringe offices.

  • by Simon Johanson
Brookfield Place launches new rooftop bar

Brookfield Place launches new rooftop bar

Sydney’s latest skyscraper, the $2 billion Brookfield Place, is set to open a rooftop bar at its adjoining Shell House to cater for the influx of new tenants and the continuing rise of workers heading back to the CBD.

  • by Carolyn Cummins
Lower north shore set for new $1.6b office deal

Lower north shore set for new $1.6b office deal

Property developer JQZ is on track with its planned $1.6 billon mixed-use project in Sydney as cashed-up investors scope out fringe market locations.

  • by Carolyn Cummins
Burke Road shop sells for $1m above reserve

Burke Road shop sells for $1m above reserve

Investors are betting bold on a shopping strip recovery.

  • by Simon Johanson
Dexus snaps up APN to boost $24b funds platform

Dexus snaps up APN to boost $24b funds platform

Property giant Dexus has swooped on Melbourne-based APN Property in a deal worth $320 million as it builds on its stature as a funds management powerhouse.

  • by Carolyn Cummins
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CBD properties flood the market as owners shift into sell mode

CBD properties flood the market as owners shift into sell mode

Shifting fortunes are bringing a flood of CBD properties to market with a raft of long-term and short term investors calling time on their holdings.

  • by Nicole Lindsay
Ignore cynics talking rot, timber apartments are a hit with tenants

Ignore cynics talking rot, timber apartments are a hit with tenants

Developers are generally risk adverse. What sells well and caters to an audience generally gets built.

  • by Stephen Crafti
Black Rhino buys big in South Australia

Black Rhino buys big in South Australia

Pokie pub owner David Tomsic is expanding his gaming hotel empire into South Australia after buying the Newmarket Hotel in Port Adelaide and signing contracts on another five venues.

  • by Simon Johanson and Carolyn Cummins
Industrial gorilla Goodman muscles up on warehousing

Industrial gorilla Goodman muscles up on warehousing

COVID-19 and environmental concerns are changing the face of logistics and mass storage away from single-storey to multi-level sheds.

  • by Simon Johanson
Investors circle $100m of assets as they seek high yields

Investors circle $100m of assets as they seek high yields

Investors are on the hunt for higher-yielding assets with an array of development sites worth more than $100 million in the market to catch the cashed-up sector.

  • by Carolyn Cummins