Primewest founders John Bond, Jim Litis and David Schwartz have recommended a cash and scrip offer from Centuria that will see the merged group based in Sydney.
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The grocery giant has applied for development approval to replace the northern suburbs site with a supermarket, liquor store, cafe and shops.
Perth-listed technology company Vection is set to make its first Australian acquisition as its looks to bolster its presence in the real estate sector.
Leederville’s first new residential high-rise — a nine-storey tower slated for Vincent Street — appears to have in-principle support from locals.
Cottesloe and Leederville are 12km apart on a map but world’s apart when it comes to medium-density high-rise.
His Majesty’s Theatre in Perth is to get a $15 million makeover to return the grand old heritage building back to its former glory with restored balconies.
State planners have given the green light to a $5.8 million apartment block in Dalkeith despite councillors’ concerns it would “devalue” neighbouring properties.
More property buyers are considering relocating as they struggle to put together a deposit amid surging home prices.
Occupancy rates for Perth hotels won’t return to pre-COVID levels until 2023 — but this will still be earlier than other States.
Investors in Westfield shopping centre owner Scentre Group have cast a sizeable vote against executive pay at its annual general meeting.
There is good reason why East Perth’s Eastbrook Village is arguably the first apartment complex to retrofit a solar system.
One of Fremantle’s most iconic buildings, the 115-year old Metropolis building — formerly known as the King’s Theatre — has been listed for sale for the first time in 75 years.
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Perth’s most prominent office, hotel and apartment development is about to change hands.
Spending in Perth’s CBD has led the nation over the past six months, as workers returned to the workplace as COVID restrictions eased.
A long-awaited Coles may soon be a reality with the supermarket giant promising a massive $19.4 million, ‘shovel-ready’ project with childcare centre and gym could be open in a year.
A report by Knight Frank this week shows investment volumes in the CBD have been well down, totalling $232m in 2020, the lowest level in a decade.
In one case, a three-bedroom villa that hit the market in January saw a $100,000 difference between the first and the last offer after the owner paid $6300 for a makeover.
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An environmental impact assessment has been tabled for a $60 million weir project in North Queensland, supported by the state government.
Crown Perth, which is a key part of an $8 billion takeover bid launched this week for its parent company, has its roots firmly in Perth’s historical role as Australia’s Wild West.
Revised plans for a $2.1 million childcare centre have been granted conditional approval after concerns including parking, traffic and noise were resolved.
Mysterious developer Victor Goh has lodged plans for a futuristic skyscraper at Elizabeth Quay that promises to become a beacon on the city skyline.
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