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Oct 17

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Commonwealth Games Village Construction Close To The Finish Line

Development and construction company Grocon will soon hand the $550 million Parklands Project to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation as construction nears completion. Repost; Urban Developer Following the site’s temporary use as the Commonwealth Games athlete’s village, the project will be handed back to Grocon ...

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Aug 17

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Which state wins the Origin for first-home buyers? NSW or QLD?

Repost; Adrian Ballantyne It is high stakes for the thousands of first-home buyers in both states who are battling to get their hands on their first property. So where would you rather be as a first-time purchaser trying to enter the market? Which state has the better of the bonuses and concessions designed to help […]

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Aug 17

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Train stations in the Gold Coast’s booming northern suburbs are new property hot spots

Repost; DENIS DOHERTY, Gold Coast Sun August, 2017 BUYERS in the Gold Coast’s booming northern suburbs are targeting developments close to train stations as a combination of transport and local infrastructure starts to come online. It comes with the opening of the second stage of the Coast’s light rail network which will ...

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Jul 17

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Newstead’s Latest Commercial Offering: Rethinking The Traditional Work Space

Repost; Urban Developer July 2017 Approved at the end of last month, 17 Byres Street, Newstead takes a refreshing design approach to the nature of work and the workplace. Developed by Brisbane’s “Limitless” and designed by Cavill Architects in partnership with Hogg & Lamb, 17 Byres Street incorporates a series of versatile ...

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Jul 17

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Brisbane’s Hottest Apartment Suburbs.

Repost: Matt Gross, The National Property Research Co. The Brisbane apartment market has been in the press significantly over the past twelve months, mostly for unflattering commentary. There has been no scarcity of cranes on the skyline and even blind Freddy could see that Brisbane was in the midst of a construction boom the likes ...

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