SCA Property Group has purchased two shopping centres, a development site and petrol station. In the biggest deal it isRead more
Jumbuck Pastoral, which holds AFL chief executive officer Gillon McLachlan as a shareholder, has purchased the 1.25 million hectare WaveRead more
Another ex-Bunnings has sold to a developer intending to retrofit it as an industrial estate. Two Palmerston Circuit, Palmerston, 20Read more
Charter Hall has spent $309.6 million on two east coast investments for its Long WALE REIT (CLW). The trust willRead more
SCA Property Group has made its first Northern Territory investment, paying $33 million for the Bakewell Shopping Centre in Palmerston,Read more
Charter Hall managed Long WALE Investment Partnership (LWIP) is paying $19.7 million for a Darwin hotel owned for over 70Read more
The South Africa based Langenhoven family has agreed to pay UK headquartered Thames Pastoral Company $70 million for two majorRead more
Oil industry billionaire, sheikh Hamad bid Hamdan Al Nahyah, has sold Northern Territory cattle station Idracowra to a neighbouring pastoralRead more
Charter Hall has sold the Katherine Central Shopping Centre, in the Northern Territory, for $28.9 million. It was only fourRead more
Billionaire sheikh, United Arab Emirates-based oil industry mogul Hamad bin Hamdan Al Nahyah, is selling the enormous Idracowra cattle station,Read more
TOURISM operators in Alice Springs have been delivered good news, after Federal Environment Minister Peter Garrett deferred a decision which would have banned people from climbing Uluru, which used to be called Ayers Rock.
It’s claimed the speculated 100,000 climbers per month were littering and defecating on the rock, during the climb, which also risks eroding the 348-metre rock.Read more
THE Department of Defence has approved a new 97-dwelling housing project, to be developed at the Larrakeyah Barracks.
The Rudd Government will replace 61 existing homes for the Australian Defence Force and their families.
It’s expected the project will cost about $52.4 million.Read more
PLANS for a 14-level, $50 million apartment block have been earmarked for a site next door to the Novotel Hotel in Darwin.
The new tower, proposed by property developer John Halikos, will see the hotel car park converted into a building containing 21 one-bedroom apartments, 54 two-bedroom units and 36 three-bedroom units. The development would include three levels of car parking, including two built into a basement.
Hakinos paid $24 million for the 4-star Novotel hotel in September (refer previous article below).Read more
DARWIN’s Novotel Atrium Hotel, at 100 The Esplanade on Darwin Harbour, has sold to private investors the Halikos Group for $24 million.
The 140-room, 4.5 star hotel was offloaded by Tourism Property Investment Group, and was sold with a 17-year management agreement to Accor, according to selling agents Colliers International.
Halikos Group managing director Shane Dignan said the purchase was “in line with a strategy to refresh the group’s property portfolio and seek prudent investments in the Northern Territory.”Read more
REVISED concept plans have been released for a luxury mixed use development, within the wals of the former Commonwealth Bank buildingRead more