Aegis facility revitalises heritage site

Sitting empty for three decades, the old Swanbourne Hospital site has been given a new lease of life, reopening as a high-end aged care residence and function venue.

Iconic Scarborough on the cusp of approval

A key government advisory body has recommended the Iconic Scarborough twin-tower project be given the green light when the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority board meets tomorrow.

Yolk to transform Champion Lakes

Yolk Property Group, in partnership with Southern Cross Care, will develop one of the last remaining sites at the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority’s Champion Lakes residential development, with plans for more than 100 new dwellings along with a wellness, aged care and retirement precinct.

Moody's tips Perth house price recovery in 2019

Perth’s house values will decline for another year but are tipped to recover in 2019, a report released today has found, conflicting with an ANZ analysis from earlier this week that predicted further house price falls for the state in the next two years.

BGC hotel assets on the market

BGC Australia has kicked off its asset sale program with the listing of the recently completed Westin Perth and Aloft Perth hotels, along with an adjoining commercial office building in Rivervale, a CBD development site and a neighbouring food and beverage precinct.

Sandover Pinder to connect with clients as Carabiner

After more than two decades as Sandover Pinder, the local architecture firm has changed its name to Carabiner – a rebrand its directors say better reflects the business as the link between clients’ needs and good design.

Westpoint saga continues in courts

In the latest article in our 25-year anniversary series, we look at the 2006 collapse of Norm Carey’s Westpoint group and the continuing legal battles.

Perth house prices continue to fall

The latest data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows Perth’s house prices are down on the last quarter, while the ANZ is forecasting further house price falls for the state in the next two years.

Construction tenders June 15 2018

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Perth plays catch-up on student accommodation

The latest uptake of CBD-based projects could provide the shot in the arm Perth needs to boost international student numbers.

Northam lifestyle village latest regional project

Property developers Mike Hollett and Chris Harrison have gained backing from Wyllie Group for a 250-lot lifestyle village in Northam, adding to a string of projects collectively worth about $200 million in the shire.

WestStar wins work at $9m development

WestStar Industrial has secured a design and management contract for a mixed-use commercial property development in West Perth, while also announcing a $1 million capital raising.

Perth house prices among nation's top since '93

Perth house prices have increased 6.7 per cent per annum over the past 25 years, behind only Melbourne and Sydney, with southern suburb Leda among the country’s top performing in that time, according to a study released today.

Finance squeeze shifts focus

SPECIAL REPORT: Developers are exploring alternative funding methods due to a tough property market and tight lending conditions.

Don’t knock it till you try it

Community concern over mid- to high-density developments remains an ongoing challenge facing the state’s apartment developers.

Apartment sales up amid shift in density debate

SPECIAL REPORT: Confidence is returning to the state’s apartment market, with developers seeking to boost their project pipelines. Click through to see our map with 30 apartments projects across Perth and our updated ranking of Property Developers.

Development visions align

SPECIAL REPORT: High-density residential developments are emerging alongside some of the state’s shopping centres, as owners seek to reposition their assets to offer more than just retail.

Unlocking the city’s heritage potential

A resurgence of heritage restoration has started to take shape across the CBD, with a number of initiatives aiming to boost renewal.

Payment security issues prompt calls for overhaul

The building and construction industry is assessing a number of options to improve its practices in the wake of company collapses and unpaid contractors.

Reiwa tips stable property prices

Perth house prices declined slightly last month, but are still up 1.1 per cent since February, according to the latest data from the Real Estate Institute of Western Australia.

Curtin expands CBD footprint

Curtin University has expanded its presence in the Perth CBD, after signing a lease agreement for the top floor of 137 St Georges Terrace.