Perth's central business district will soon become home to another restaurant and bar precinct after a $15 million redevelopment at the one40william site was approved last week.
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.
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.
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 village' with bars and restaurants connected by laneways.
A Proposal that aims to bring laneway culture to 140 in the CBD has been submitted to the City of Perth.
Jamie Oliver has chosen Perth to open his second Italian restaurant in Australia.
A lively gathering of artists, retailers and special guests celebrated the official opening of the 140 Pop-up Project in Perth’s CBD last night.
Melbourne-style laneway culture is set to hit 140 William Street. Cbus Property has lodged a development application with Perth city council to transform 140 into a "lively urban village of bars and...
The West Australian government has named Cbus Property as the preferred proponent for a $200 million project above a new underground station at 140 William Street in Perth's central business district. State...
Cbus Property has today signed an agreement with the Western Australian Government to proceed with the acquisition of 140 William Street, Perth and the development of a commercial and retail complex on the site.