Lend Lease Expecting $120 Million From Sale of Docklands Office

PROPERTY giant Lend Lease is expecting about $120 million from the sale of an as-yet-incomplete office in Melbourne’s Docklands – a near new city, effectively, on disused industrial land abutting the western edge of the CBD.

The 17,000 square metre office recently secured engineering firm Aurecon as an anchor tenant for 9500 square metres. Aurecom was formerly known as Connell Wagner

The building is due for completion in the second half of 2012.

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REST Close to Buying 717 Bourke Street Office For $240 Million

A CONSORTIUM including Babcock & Brown, education facility Global Campus Management and design firm Metier3 are believed to be close to offloading a Melbourne office for about $240 million.

The distinctive 37,000 square metre office at 717 Bourke Street will soon be recognised as the new home of Network Nine, which leased space at the Docklands building after selling its long time home at Bendigo Street Richmond to Lend Lease.

BP Australia, AIG, Marsh Australia, Telstra and the Financial Ombudsman Service are other tenants at 717 Bourke Street.

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Deka Immobilien Investment to Pay $118 Million For South Wharf Office, Melbourne

GERMAN pension fund Deka Immobilien Investment is reportedly paying $118 million for the South Wharf Commercial tower in Docklands.

The sale, reflecting a yield of about 7.75 per cent, ends a saga to sell the office that has lingered since just before the economic downturn, in late 2007.

The office is part of the $750 million South Wharf precinct which also includes retail, residential and a hotel component. The office was sold by private developer Austexx, which owns the DFO chain, which is also for sale.

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$300 Million Docklands Office Quietly Being Marketed For Sale

717 Bourke Street, DocklandsDOCKLANDS unluckiest office building has been quietly listed for sale.

The 717 Bourke Street office – and soon-to-be home of Channel Nine – is expected to sell for between $280 million and $300 million, reflecting a yield of about 8 per cent.

Last November, education service provider, and a reported minority owner of the building, Global Campus Management, went into voluntary administration, surrendering a 17,000 square metre lease over almost half of the building. That space was to have been occupied by French fashion school ESMOD.

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