Mineral Resources’ new 13-storey tower is a far cry from a regular corporate HQ and is designed to attract the best talent available.
Many think China will step in to manage a bailout of the Chinese property developer, but Beijing is keeping investors guessing.
BGC has confirmed it is preparing to revisit a sale of the group’s home construction and building products businesses, after deferring a divestment 21/2 years ago to await better local markets.
Property giant Dexus, which has come under fire this week over the eviction of tenants from its Carillon City arcade in Perth, has bought Jandakot Airport along with another operator for $1.3 billion.
The Queensland government has taken action to cancel the licence of a builder who pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting women while renovating their homes.
Small Business Minister Reece Whitby has urged real estate trust Dexus to let struggling businesses take advantage of the festive shopping period.
WA homebuyers wanting to buy within ten kilometres of the city pay up to a third of the amount paid in Sydney and Melbourne, it’s been revealed. SEE THE TOP TEN CHEAPEST INNER-CITY SUBURBS.
Big names in Perth’s hospitality industry throw weight behind multimillion-dollar centre redevelopment, with 30 venues set to open next month.
Global real estate trust Dexus has confirmed retailers must leave by October 31 — just ahead of the pre-Christmas rush — after an eviction letter from their lawyers to tenants this week.
Experts say WA will need to work hard to raise its appeal over other States for the limited number of immigrants with building skills coming into the country.
Adrian Lowe & Kim Macdonald
The financial plight of Chinese property giant Evergrande is threatening to indirectly realise Beijing’s hopes of delivering a major hit to the Australian economy.
Plans to redevelop the Rottnest Lodge include the creation of a ‘gathering ground’ to pay respect to traditional owners, 90 years after Aboriginal prisoners were last sent to the island’s labour camp.
The retail landscape in Perth’s CBD has been dealt another blow, with most shops in Carillon City Arcade to close at the end of October.
Construction workers have stormed the CFMEU's Melbourne headquarters in protest against mandatory vaccinations, with riot police called in.
Emily Woods and Melissa Meehan
Construction workers across Melbourne are protesting against the state government's new coronavirus restrictions for the industry.
Development approval has been controversially granted for a petrol station within 100m of two upcoming childcare facilities in Golden Bay, despite widespread concerns about potential benzene fumes.
Mundella Foods, established by Peter and Anne Hector, was sold to China’s Bright Food Group in 2014. Now the Hectors are selling their blue chip farm to retire.
Jaxon Construction liquidators face almost $10 million of bills from hundreds of subcontractors and suppliers caught in last month’s drawn-out failure of the South Perth-based builder.
Construction works have started on the new parliamentary precinct, which will house more than 100 government workers from July 2023.
The heavyweight legal showdown between John Holland and the WA Government over costly delays to the construction of Perth Children’s Hospital has been set down for trial.
The Hutt River Province north of Geraldton is unlikely to reopen to tourists after selling to a local farming family, with the ATO waiting in the wings to collect years of unpaid taxes.
Jenne Brammer and Neale Prior
The Australian Bureau of Statistics says house prices in the nation's capitals rose by the biggest margin ever in the June quarter.
The Benedictine Monks are selling 8000ha of land, including their working farm, at historic New Norcia, expecting to fetch up to $40 million.
The company, now WA’s biggest brick maker under the Midland Brick brand, has put on 110 workers and is looking for another 120 across its building materials arm.
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