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Savills Report Unveils Robust Growth: Australian Hotel Deals Surge Over 6% to $2.494 Billion

In a comprehensive report released by Savills Australia and New Zealand, the Australian hotel market witnessed a significant uptick in transaction volumes, reaching approximately $2.494 billion in the 2023 calendar year. This figure represents a notable 6% increase compared to the preceding year, surpassing the long-term average of $2.1 billion….

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Gabba Olympics Showdown: Coates Declares Current Project Doesn’t ‘Stack Up’ for 2032 Games

In a surprising turn of events, Olympics powerbroker John Coates has advocated for the abandonment of the Gabba rebuild intended for the 2032 Games in Brisbane. The city is gearing up to host the Olympic Games in eight years, with various redevelopment projects in progress to prepare for this monumental…

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Redefining City Living: Plus Architecture Pioneers Innovative Housing Solutions for South East Queensland

South East Queensland is set to undergo a significant transformation in response to a projected population growth of 2 million people over the next two decades. Projections indicate that the population will reach 6 million by 2046, necessitating the creation of 863,600 new homes. In response to this demand, Plus…

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Breaking Ground: Premier Unveils ‘The Bays’ – Sydney’s Waterfront Jewel in Urban Renewal

Aptly named “The Bays,” Sydney’s premier has unveiled what is set to become the city’s hottest and most iconic suburbs, rivalling the likes of Circular Quay and The Rocks. This upcoming community promises to redefine urban living with stunning harbor views and a prime location along the newly developed Sydney…

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Brisbane’s ‘Inner City Strategy’ Plan Unveiled, Taking The “Up Not Out” Approach For The City’s Growth

Brisbane’s Inner City Strategy is a bold and ambitious plan to transform the city’s urban landscape by prioritizing development in four key areas: Kuripla, Woolloongabba, Albion, and Newstead. The guiding principle of this strategy is “Up Not Out,” meaning that rather than expanding the city’s footprint through suburban sprawl, Brisbane…

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