Perth’s relative wealth should stand it in good stead to weather business pressures likely to emerge when the effects of widespread coronavirus transmission emerge.
The private development would see a $118 million five-star hotel erected at the townsite, containing 121 rooms, as well as a pool, spa, gym, function centre, restaurant and bar.
Westpac chief economist Bill Evans expects Australia’s central bank will begin its interest rate tightening cycle in August with a 15 basis point hike as strong jobs growth drives faster inflation.
A consortium of Malaysian golf enthusiasts is seeking to buy The Vines Resort as part of a last-ditch effort to save it from being turned into a $200 million housing estate.
There are signs of green shoots in the CBD concrete jungle, with new plans for a 10-storey timber tower in the city’s Bishop See precinct.
The cost of land in NSW has grown almost 25 per cent in 12 months, with people seeking a better lifestyle believed to be behind the surge in prices.
A judge has found property investor and builder Ric Rizzi appeared to change his evidence based on what he thought would best advance his case and made “unfounded assertions”.
WA technology which sources solar power from glass windows could help create net zero office buildings, under new modelling revealed on Wednesday.
City shops and other commercial properties will ‘come back with a vengeance’ in the second half of the year, according to the new head of Colliers real estate agency.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the highly-infectious Omicron variant is impacting both Australia's workforce and consumer spending.
Colin Brinsden, AAP Economics and Business Correspondent
China Evergrande's shares soared briefly in resumed trade after it said an order to demolish buildings on Hainan would not affect the rest of its project there.
A move from the C-suite to a winery might seem a large jump but for Corrie Scheepers and Melissa Bell, there’s little difference.
China Evergrande Group said it has resumed construction at most of its housing projects as authorities push the debt-laden developer to pay migrant workers and deliver apartments.
Gage Roads is set to start pouring beers fresh from the tanks at its redeveloped and much-anticipated venue on the Fremantle waterfront.
A six-storey apartment complex offering short-stay accommodation for business travellers in Nedlands has been given the tick of approval by State planners.
As WA and Australia reopens to the rest of the world, industry experts say migrants will help to lead the next phase of Perth’s booming housing market.
Three construction workers have died after two cranes collapsed in the Italian city of Turin.
Attempts to fix shuttered Perth hotel The Adnate have been caught up in the liquidation of Harry Xydas’s failed construction group Jaxon.
As the director of wine for the State Buildings & COMO The Treasury, Emma Farrelly has the monumental task of curating the wine lists for seven venues plus events and the Wine Merchant.
Danielle Le Messurier
The upcoming transformation of Cottesloe Beach has stepped up once again with the third development proposal in the past month.
The case escalated all the way to the Supreme Court with a judge suggesting the parties try to resolve it outside of the legal arena.
Ongoing skills and staff shortages are pushing sentiment in the WA property sector lower amid concern future developments won’t be able to get off the ground.
The much-vaunted resort and housing development earmarked for Gnarabup could face up a lengthy delay after the environmental watchdog determined it would have to be assessed.
Dave Allan and Lawson Douglas says it’s too early to consider further plans for the site, which is in the suburb’s highest density area after a mid-year zoning change.
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