ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL: Riding the waves of Western Australia’s boom-and-bust economy while simultaneously dealing with the decades-long disruption to the media landscape means Business News has faced more than a few challenges during its 25-year history.
ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL: While half of Cedar Woods’ 30 projects are in its home state of WA, the company has taken opportunities in Victoria, Queensland and SA. This article is part of a special series to mark Business News' 25-year anniversary.
ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL: As Australia was emerging from the recession it had to have in 1991 and 1992, the commercial construction sector in Western Australia was at the tail end of a boom that would add 200,000 square metres of office space to the Perth CBD. This article is part of a special series to mark Business News' 25-year anniversary.
ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL: A return to its original branding is indicative of construction veteran Multiplex’s standing in the WA marketplace and solid client relationships. This article is part of a special series to mark Business News' 25-year anniversary.
BGC Australia has agreed to sell the Aloft Perth hotel and associated office development in Rivervale to Singapore-based Hiap Hoe Ltd for $100 million, but is still chasing a buyer for a second, larger hotel it developed, The Westin Perth.
LandCorp and the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority have combined to release more than 150 lots of commercial, residential and industrial land across Perth and regional Western Australia, which could generate up to $1.3 billion in development opportunities.
LandCorp has challenged local builders to develop solutions to difficult site conditions and to showcase high-tech, innovative medium-density construction capability through two separate expressions of interest campaigns.
In the latest property deals wrap, Woolworths makes a $27 million sale, while Sirona Capital spin-off Harvis Corp and US private equity firm Black Mountain Metals have leased office space in the Perth CBD.
Federal Labor’s proposed changes to negative gearing and capital gains tax would hit Western Australia’s residential building sector at a time it is already reeling, according to economic modelling commissioned by Master Builders Association.