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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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WALLAROO SHORES RESORT TO BE OPERATED BY MANTRA GROUP

Repost; Mantra Group News Leading Australian accommodation operator Mantra Group will manage the multi-million-dollar Wallaroo Shores Resort when it opens on South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula later this year. The $40 million development will capitalise on a prime coastal outlook and will be located just metres from one of South ...

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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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Jun 17

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Sydneysiders being advised by their agents to invest their money in the Gold Coast

Repost; Hannah Sbeghen – realestate.com.au A REMARKABLE three for the price of one deal has Sydney buyers piling into the Gold Coast real estate market. Southern agents are advising investors their money is better spent on the Coast, where the average price for a unit in Surfers Paradise is $370,000 compared $1.041 million at ...

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