12 March 2020 | Stories
Cbus, Scentre Undertake $300m Redevelopment of Former David Jones Mens Store
Cbus Property and Scentre Group are jointly redeveloping the former David Jones Mens Store and Food Hall into a new luxury retail, commercial and residential complex in Sydney’s CBD.
7 February 2020 | Stories, News
Arup’s Melbourne Workplace in One Melbourne Quarter: Finalist in Property Council of Australia’s 2020 Innovation and Excellence Awards – Best Workplace Project Category
Designed by Hassell with Arup, the three-storey office occupying the 13-storey One Melbourne Quarter has a wealth of welfare and sustainability features.
24 January 2020 | Stories, News
The Food Collective at Brisbane Airport
The newly opened food hall at the Domestic Terminal brings local and international cuisine to travellers in a dining space that draws inspiration from outdoor hawker street dining and farmers markets.
15 January 2020 | News, Stories
Parramatta’s Powerhouse Precinct
The winning design for the relocated Powerhouse Museum by Paris-based Moreau Kusunoki and Sydney-based Genton connects the city to the river with a lightweight building design and a porous public realm.
20 December 2019 | Stories
What Makes Employees Happy and How Landlords Can Attract Tenants by Providing Workplaces that Increase Employee Happiness
Employee happiness contributes to increased productivity and a more positive work environment. Additionally, happier employees are likely to stay at their jobs longer, which incentivises companies to focus on employee satisfaction in order to attract and retain talent. This creates opportunities for landlords to set themselves apart from their competitors by creating workplaces that promote employee happiness.
16 December 2019 | News, Stories
Grimshaw’s 210 George Street: Highly Commended in World Architecture Festival’s ‘Office - Future Projects’ Category
Comprised of three distinct sections, Grimshaw’s Poly Centre at 210-220 George Street offers double height office spaces in a glazed commercial tower, a low-rise podium section with retail offerings, and a concrete core.
8 November 2019 | Stories
CBRE Research: The ‘Hotelisation’ of Office Space
CBRE has noted a trend towards landlords taking a more service-oriented role to differentiate their properties from traditional office space providers.
24 September 2019 | Stories
Take a Look Inside 9 Shortlisted Entries from the Eat Drink Design Awards 2019
The Eat Drink Awards recognises some of Australia’s well designed hospitality venues. 93 projects were shortlisted across 7 categories, including Best Restaurant Design, Best Cafe Design, Best Bar Design, Best Hotel Design, Best Installation Design, Best Retail Design, Best Identity Design.
2 August 2019 | Stories
Take A Look Inside 9 Stunning Australian Offices that Celebrate Timber
Timber can often dramatically transform spaces, creating warm and inviting environments, while bringing in a hint of nature. Its versatility allows for a multitude of design options.
1 April 2019 | Stories
St Kilda One of the Hottest Office Markets in Melbourne As Rents Balloon: Knight Frank
Office rents in Melbourne’s St Kilda Road precinct have seen robust growth over 2018, as the fringe-city area becomes one of the city’s “most sought-after investment markets”, according to new research from Knight Frank.
26 March 2019 | Stories
Australia’s Room Boom Brings Price Tag of Investment-Grade Hotel Sector to $56 Billion
A surge in hotel values and a development boom since 2011 has driven Australia’s investment-grade accommodation sector to be worth an estimated $56 billion, according to new research.
8 March 2019 | Stories
How Retail Is Fast Becoming the Point of Difference in Mixed-Use Developments
The retail sector is seeing a shift from freestanding retail-only properties to mixed-use developments, fuelled by a growing demand for convenience.
7 March 2019 | Stories
Sydney’s Industrial Property Market the Fastest Growing in Australia: Colliers International
The Sydney industrial property market has seen the fastest capital value growth in Australia in recent years, while Melbourne has come up on top in rental increases, new research from Colliers International shows.
6 March 2019 | Stories
How “Super-Experiences” Will Be the Next Big Thing in Workplace Design
With coworking, activity-based working and open-plan offices, today’s offices look considerably different from what they did 20 years ago.
28 February 2019 | Stories
Coworking Operators Need More Than Desks and Chairs to Win Sydney and Melbourne Markets: Next Story
Flexible workspace providers offering something different from the standard will gain an edge over other operators as the market continues to mature, a coworking expert says.