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94 Feet’s Open Court, a $70 million commercial precinct designed by WMK Architecture and Techne, aims to reimagine the conventions of the atypical commercial office.
Rising insolvencies of construction companies, deteriorating building quality, and low housing supply are leading to a major trust deficit amongst property investors in Australia, according to a recent survey by global data, analytics and technology company Equifax.
Skills shortage continues to impact the Australian construction industry – a vital contributor to the country's GDP and economic growth – with just a little over half of trade apprentices completing their training.
Development plans have been lodged with the department of planning for a new build-to-rent project in Sydney’s North Shore.
Humphrey’s Hotel and Hatch Restaurant at One Hurstville Plaza have opened, with the 350-capacity venue set to redefine the concept of the ‘local’ and become South Sydney’s newest go-to dining destination, according to the owners.
City of Sydney says that it has appointed a design and construction company that will create some 1,200 sqm additional outdoor dining, trading and market space at the iconic Circular Quay.
In a bid to boost housing supply, the NSW Government has announced changes to planning laws that will see a number of low and mid-rise buildings – including terraces, townhouses and small apartment blocks – able to be developed in areas where they are currently banned.
Melbourne’s tallest mass timber office building, Hines’ T3 Collingwood, has finished construction, with the Jackson Clements Burrows-designed tower an embodiment of a contemporary, sustainable workspace.
Seeking to capitalise on the continued preference for flexible working styles post-COVID, The Great Room by Industrious will open the doors to its new high-end, hospitality-led coworking space at Level 29, 85 Castlereagh Street in Sydney’s CBD in January 2024.
Global GreenTag has launched its new NaturePositive+ Standard and Declaration program, creating a new benchmark in the certification sector for manufacturing in the built environment.
Following its approval in October, Golden Age Group has celebrated $40 million in sales for Wembley Hill, its COX Architecture-designed community.
The Retirement Living Council (RLC) – a subsidiary of the Property Council of Australia – has this month unveiled a national report, Better Housing for Better Health, which outlines how an increase of retirement villages and dwellings nationwide could alleviate over two thirds of current housing stress.