Leading law firm Ashurst will move its Sydney offices out of Grosvenor Place to the redeveloped “money box” in Martin Place.
Cbus Property will spend $12 million to $15 million on a retail redevelopment at one40william to counter what it describes as the "perfect storm" of external factors that resulted in the building being circled by road closures that forced some of its retailers to close and inflicted tough trading conditions on others.
Super fund developer Cbus Property is moving to offer the market a half stake in its $250 million new Docklands police super complex in Melbourne.
In my recent conversation with Mark Percy, executive manager of residential of Cbus Property, we explored some of the main issues confronting our sector.
Plans are progressing for the continued "new buzz" in the CBD with Cbus Property aiming to create an "urban village of bars and restaurants" in the city hub.
CBUS chief executive David Atkin has revealed it is in early-stage merger negotiations with a number of funds involved in the building and construction sector, as key players in the $1.4 trillion superannuation industry consider consolidation in the face of regulatory changes.
It's first things first for the six developers eyeing Brisbane's waterfront bonanza, writes Matthew Cranston.
The owner of the one40william office and retail building in central Perth, which has struggled to attract shoppers and retain tenants, has unveiled a new vision focused on the development of an 'urban...
A Proposal that aims to bring laneway culture to 140 in the CBD has been submitted to the City of Perth.