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Boutique breweries on the hop

Western Australia is in the grips of amber fever, with three new breweries in the pipeline set to cash in on the growing consumer market for premium boutique beer.

Industrial property heats up

Hot on the heels of Perth’s residential land grab are industrial land and property buyers snapping up land and office-warehouse developments in the burgeoning suburbs of Wangara, Balcatta, Malaga and East Rockingham.

Industrial property heats up

Hot on the heels of Perth’s residential land grab are industrial land and property buyers snapping up land and office-warehouse developments in the burgeoning suburbs of Wangara, Balcatta, Malaga and East Rockingham.

CBD ground zero for property

The tight real estate market and an increase in commercial rent prices are not stemming the tide of serv-ices companies setting up shop in Western Australia as the resources boom continues to attract business to the state.

Parking an issue for quay

Fremantle businesses used an audio-visual presentation last week by developer ING Real Estate and project architects Cox Howlett & Bailey Woodland to voice concerns over the proposed $200 million Victoria Quay redevelopment.

New leader for Roy Weston

Roy Weston CEO Geoff Baldwin has stood down from the position he has held for five years and has passed on the reigns to the group’s current leading franchisee, Shane Kempton.

Cedar Woods’ $24m buy in Melbourne

Listed residential property developer Cedar Woods has expanded its residential property portfolio in Melbourne, paying $24 million for 57 hectares of land in Lalor.

Dunsborough’s cultural shift

Dunsborough’s growth from sleepy seaside town to the playground of Perth’s elite has forced local real estate agents to change their businesses models to better deal with their new clientele.

Cedar Woods pays $24m for residential development

Cedar Woods Properties has expanded its residential property portfolio into Melbourne's northern growth corridor paying $24 million for the acquisition of 57 hectares of land in suburban Lalor.

Receivers to offer Westpoint sites

Receivers will soon put several former Westpoint sites on the market for sale in an attempt to recover cash to pay creditors following the property developer’s recent collapse.More than 4,000 investor

Double degree helps build understanding

Some well-qualified Perth lawyers working in the field of construction law are using their understanding of architecture to better communicate with their clients on the issues that may arise on projects.

CBD balance of power shift

The dramatic change in Perth’s office leasing environment in the past 18 months has analysts widely tipping 2006 to be the year of the landlord.

Axiom to go to shareholders

The winner of a battle between two of Perth’s property heavyweights could be known next month, with Axiom Properties Ltd last week filing documents with the Australian Stock Exchange and the Australian Securities and Investment Commission to put the two b

$17m earmarked for regional projects

The board of LandCorp has approved more than $17million in civil works for projects in three regional Western Australian locations where the current resources boom is putting pressure on community infrastructure.

No let-up in residential growth – report

Western Australia’s ongoing commodities boom is good news for the state’s residential property sector, which grew at 21.7 per cent last year, largely on the back of the strong resources performance.

Stirling transfer for ThyssenKrupp

In a move that highlights the shortage of office space in Perth, German engineering firm ThyssenKrupp has relocated to the new $29 million City of Stirling building, taking out 1,800 square metres of floor space, after failing to find suitable space in th

Woodside too big for new HQ

Woodside Petroleum has taken out space in two CBD buildings to house 160 of its staff, just two years after moving in to its purpose-built St Georges Terrace tower.

‘No vacancy’ sign up in CBD

Perth’s CBD office vacancy rate has plummeted to 5.8 per cent, effectively signalling a full office market, and with no major new supply under construction, the tight office environment is expected to continue for at least two more years.

Seashells stage one sold out at Mandurah

Mandurah’s strong growth has continued with the completion of stage one of the $40 million Seashells Mandurah Resort and settlement pending on the first 79 apartments.

Wentworth acquires AFG's property management business

Wentworth Mutual Ltd's strategy to expand is gaining momentum with the listed property manager acquiring the property management business of Australian Finance Group Ltd.

Pourzand keeps cards close

Hossean Pourzand has quietly become one of the CBD’s biggest individual office owners, preferr-ing to keep his business activities below the radar but acquiring assets over the years that would be val

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