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Tiny’s brings big energy to QV1

A new bar at Perth’s QV1 is aiming to make a big splash in Perth’s west end.

Perth housing most affordable

Perth continues to take out the title of Australia’s most affordable capital city when it comes to buying houses and apartments, driven by lower property prices and low interest rates, a report released today has found.

Perth house prices steady in April

Having shown recent signs of improvement, Perth house prices were steady in April, while the national market continued its downward trend, according to the latest data from CoreLogic.

Golden Group starts work at Belmont Park

Fives years after unveiling its vision for high-rise apartments at Belmont Park Racecourse, Golden Group will host a groundbreaking ceremony at the site today.

Westin Hotel opens in Perth’s east end

Marriott International has opened Perth’s first Westin Hotel at an official ceremony this morning, anchoring a new dining and leisure precinct set to revamp the area.

Perth CBD office sales reach $740m

Perth’s CBD office market recorded $740 million worth of major transactions in the 12 months to March 2018, more than three times higher than it was this time last year, according to research undertaken by Savills Australia.

Architects adapt, future-proof services

Doing more with less is common practice for most businesses in an economic slowdown and the state’s architects are no different, with many adapting and evolving their services to win work.

Data shows Perth's urban sprawl continues

The bulk of Western Australia's population growth is occurring in Perth's outer suburbs, despite long-running efforts to encourage residential development in established inner suburbs, new data out today shows.

Heritage a Melbourne drawcard

The Melbourne Hotel is hoping its $40 million makeover, which aims to strike a balance between old and new, will give it a competitive edge in the Perth market.

From Heytesbury to BGC to Hancock

Business News has been tracking WA’s largest private companies for more than 20 years and found most have experienced big changes over that time.

Jaxon wins $35m aged care project

Craigcare has appointed local builder Jaxon to deliver its third aged care facility in Western Australia, located on Grandstand Road in Ascot.

Dismantling the status quo

SPECIAL REPORT: Alternative construction techniques and new technologies are changing the way we build.

ADC proposes new East Perth precinct

A private syndicate of local investors led by Australian Development Capital has contracted to acquire a state government site in East Perth where it plans to develop a town centre with residential, retail, office accommodation and community space.

Big builds bring confidence

SPECIAL REPORT: Confidence is growing among WA's construction companies, with Business News research identifying at least $4 billion worth of major private and public projects starting to take shape and more investment planned. Click through for our list of key building projects under way.

Payments’ security under review

SPECIAL REPORT: Building company collapses leaving projects unfinished and subcontractors empty-handed have prompted calls for a different approach to assessing security-of-payment laws.

Freo Woolstores redevelopment blocked

Silverleaf Investments' proposal to redevelop the Woolstores Shopping Centre in Fremantle has been knocked-back by the Metro South-West JDAP, largely due to its design.

Construction tenders April 20 2018

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AFG in $10.9 million property lender buy

West Perth-based Australian Finance Group has announced it will purchase a 30.4 per cent stake of Sydney-based commercial property lender Think Tank Group for $10.9 million.

Legal action dropped against Sirona Capital

The administrators of the Cooper & Oxley group of companies have withdrawn legal action in the WA Supreme Court against Sirona Capital, after trying to retrieve a $5 million investment.

Miss Maud Hotel sold to Stockholm Hotel Management

Miss Maud’s Swedish Hotel and Restaurant at the corner of Pier and Murray streets has been sold to private company Stockholm Hotel Management, with the price rumoured to be around $10 million.

Property Council calls for tax relief

The Property Council of Australia has called on the state government to rule out increasing property taxes in the 2018-19 budget, as the local housing market continues to shows signs of recovery.

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