Two Perth office buildings sold for $92m

ASX-listed property investment group Centuria has made its way west, acquiring two office buildings on the outskirts of Perth's CBD for $91.8 million.

Centuria today announced that its Centuria Metropolitan Real Estate Investment Trust (CMA) had acquired the Hatch building on Stirling Street in Northbridge and the SGIO building at 46 Colin Street in West Perth.

The Hatch building was sold by Charter Hall, the SGIO building's vendor was DEXUS Property Group, while the Hatch transaction was brokered jointly by JLL and Savills, with Knight Frank Australia and Ray White Commercial brokering the other sale.


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