Market Byte | Brisbane Fringe Office

Brisbane’s fringe office market has been one of stabilisation and a “flight to quality” over the last 6 months, as overall vacancy rates improve and annual rents hold. According to Property Council of Australia’s (PCA) July edition of the Office Market Report, overall vacancy levels declined by 0.5% through the six months to July 2021.

Top Growth Suburbs | Sunshine Coast

The Sunshine Coast has a lot of exciting changes underway, including the completion just last week of the $932 million Bruce Highway upgrade. Providing greater access for locals and visitors, the highway upgrade is just one of the projects backing the growth of the region. Others include: Maroochydore: Australia’s only greenfield city centre is being

Top Growth Suburbs | Gold Coast

The Gold Coast population saw an increase of over 15,000 people in 2019-20 – the second highest growth in the state after Brisbane. Key areas for population growth included: Pimpama Coomera Upper Coomera Surfers Paradise Ormeau When it comes to development growth, the key players are predominantly along the M1 Corridor. And given the success

Top Growth Suburbs | Brisbane-Moreton

With the announcement of the 2032 Olympics for Brisbane, it’s only natural that transformation will occur – and there are already a number of suburbs earmarked for growth in the lead up to the event. Some of these will be directly impacted by associated developments, while others were already earmarked for substantial change regardless. Residential

Market Byte | Healthcare Assets

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Olympics & Infrastructure

In July, the International Olympic Committee announced the Queensland capital will host the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Summer Games. In the following 24 hours alone, Queensland received an estimated $170 million worth of free global publicity as people from around the world were inundated with images of the Sunshine State. Almost half a century after

Olympics & Property

Los Angeles. Paris. London. Brisbane. After the announcement in July, the Queensland capital will join the list of iconic Olympic cities in 2032. Brisbane will be the 24th city to host the Games and the third capital in Australia after Melbourne 1956 and Sydney 2000. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said that the economic modelling showed the

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