Pub owner Justin Hemmes predicts it will be at least three years before he starts work on his $1.5 billion plan to transform his popular Ivy bar and restaurant empire in George Street, Sydney.
When it comes to top dollar property Sydney's best homes hold their own globally.
Supermarket giant Coles has sold its Aurora Village neighborhood shopping centre in Epping, in Melbourne’s north, for about $44 million.
Property powerhouse Charter Hall has pounced on one of Sydney’s most prestigious buildings, taking full ownership of Chifley Tower for $98.5 million.
Three owner-occupiers didn’t take it easy in their bid to buy 46 Easey Street.
The suburban office sector closed the year with a bang after two eastern suburbs assets changed hands for $14 million and a future Collingwood office site was snapped up for $40 million.
Global luxury watch brand Rolex has emerged as the mystery buyer behind the $37.1 million purchase of the Victorian Liberal Party’s Melbourne headquarters.
A new co-working operator for Melbourne and a slew of shops changing hands for Christmas.
Private equity giant Blackstone is turning its attention to the booming logistics and industrial property sector.
Retail landlords and their tenants have been in the spotlight for many years, but in the past year the focus has turned into a blowtorch.
Paul Little will sell his property development arm after riding a remarkable real estate boom since founding the development business Little Projects seven years ago.
Melbourne’s love affair with rooftop bars is about to ascend to a new level as multi-level car park operators mull more lucrative uses for their highest echelon of bitumen.
The last remaining terrace houses in the heart of Melbourne's Collins Street have sold for $30 million, continuing a run of deals in the street’s Paris end.
US private equity giant Blackstone boosts its Australian holdings by $33 million as it, and other large fund managers, chase a stake in the well-performing sector.
Investa Office Fund security holders have voted overwhelmingly to approve the offer by the Canadian-based Oxford Properties.
Private investors and self managed super funds outlayed close to $45 million on 13 commercial investment properties
The lower cost of strata titled properties, compared to freestanding, is driving demand.
Private real estate group Markham has swooped on Sydney's Darling Harbour waterfront precinct, paying $125.5 million for the 99-year leasehold of the popular King Street Wharf development.
Demand for retail strata properties is very strong
Luxury retailers are locked in a battle for new locations in Australia's capital cities as they jostle for prominent positions to attract the tourist dollar.
Oaks Hotels and Herron Todd White are embroiled in a Supreme Court battle over a $5.6 million leasing valuation.
Upmarket department store David Jones has unveiled its new interactive children's floor in Sydney.
First Solly Lew walked out on the Bourke Street mall, now he's saying goodbye to Chapel Street.
A new LGBTI health service will open on Hoddle Street and a Ritchies Supermarket has leased space at the Pentridge development.
Formerly used as a storage area for antique dealer Graham Geddes Antiques, the 2,000-square metre site in High Street, Armadale, was under-utilised to say the least.
Voters gave the Victorian Liberal Party a thrashing in Saturday’s election, but the party’s financial fortunes have been significantly boosted by the record setting sale of its six-storey city headquarters for $37.1 million.
Parramatta is fast approaching 1 million square metres of commercial office space, but what will this mean for Sydney's second CBD?
St Helena Early Learning centre at 189 St Helena Road sold for $7.26 million on a 5.95 per cent yield to a local investor.
Movement in the eighth most expensive strip in the world reflects the changing demand of the city.
A Fitzroy cafe banning takeaway coffees is happy to risk losing customers just to make them slow down.
Employers should make space for bisexual employees in their diversity policies and training programs.