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The Mill snapped up for $60m as pub sales hit new levels

The Mill snapped up for $60m as pub sales hit new levels

The sprawling Mill Hotel in Sydney’s west has been snapped up by third-generation pub owners the Marlow Group for $60 million, as sales in the pub sector hit new levels from the rising demand for the assets.

  • by Carolyn Cummins

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Pedigree London & Lancashire building hits the market

Pedigree London & Lancashire building hits the market

A scarcity of stock and low transaction volumes are propping up Melbourne’s commercial real estate as the city stares down stalling occupancy levels in key office buildings that once would have led to falling values.

  • by Nicole Lindsay
Corner office makes a comeback as city firm ditches hot desking
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Corner office makes a comeback as city firm ditches hot desking

A national law firm has ditched the decade-long trend to open-plan offices that swept through the country’s premium towers, bringing back individual offices.

  • by Carolyn Cummins
Australia’s first Waldorf Astoria to be built on Circular Quay crater site

Australia’s first Waldorf Astoria to be built on Circular Quay crater site

An eyesore construction site in Sydney’s famous harbour gateway will be turned into an upmarket apartment tower and the country’s first Waldorf Astoria hotel.

  • by Carolyn Cummins
Bullseye: Dart-focused food and beverage venues score big city sites

Bullseye: Dart-focused food and beverage venues score big city sites

The traditional pub game darts is revitalising Melbourne’s CBD where two international players have scored bullseye locations.

  • by Simon Johanson
Laundy family grabs Port Maquarie pub as Dixon sells Nag’s Head

Laundy family grabs Port Maquarie pub as Dixon sells Nag’s Head

Pub veteran Arthur Laundy has teamed up with the Flower Consortium to expand his presence on Mid North Coast of NSW after snapping up the large-scale Tacking Point Tavern for around $47 million.

  • by Carolyn Cummins
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Annie Cannon-Brookes snaps up Dunk Island for $24 million

Annie Cannon-Brookes snaps up Dunk Island for $24 million

The wife of tech billionaire Mike Cannon-Brookes has added to her vast property portfolio with the purchase of Dunk Island in Far North Queensland with plans to rejuvenate the faded resort.

  • by Carolyn Cummins
Hengyi looks to offload Abbotsford office block

Hengyi looks to offload Abbotsford office block

Developer-investor Hengyi is having another crack at selling its Abbotsford holdings near the Carlton & United Breweries riverside operations.

  • by Nicole Lindsay
Retirement and mixed-use developments to focus on sustainable living

Retirement and mixed-use developments to focus on sustainable living

Private developers are focused on delivering long-term environmentally friendly and sustainable projects that range from assets in the north shore by Watermark to the tallest residential tower in Sydney’s south-west from the Fyve group.

  • by Carolyn Cummins
NRL-themed hotel on the way as deals hit $2b

NRL-themed hotel on the way as deals hit $2b

Private developer Iris Capital and the governing body of the National Rugby League have splashed out on two major hotel and pub assets.

  • by Carolyn Cummins
Strata sector robust as business buys offices to occupy

Strata sector robust as business buys offices to occupy

New strata office projects are boosting sales in a sector which has remained robust throughout the pandemic as business owners look to buy rather than lease.

  • by Simon Johanson and Nicole Lindsay