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IN DEMAND: Ashurst is the latest tenant to sign on at Brookfield Place Tower 2. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Landlords shrug off office vacancies

Perth's office market remains on solid footing despite a rising vacancy rate that’s forecast to peak at 19 per cent in 2016, with pundits saying the state’s strong economic fundamentals and a small construction pipeline past 2015 will bring balance back into the sector.

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