South Australia’s Land Management Corp to Sell 200 Hectare Development Site

LAND Management Corporation, controlled by the South Australian government, has released for sale a 200 hectare site at Blakeview, in Adelaide’s north.

Minister Patrick Conlon said the land release will help meet continued demand for allotments. It’s expected to be redeveloped into 3000 homes.

Below is a copy of the government’s press release, regarding the land sale.

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Melbourne Fire Brigade Pays $6.45 Million For Melbourne Suburban Office

1721 Malvern RoadTHE State government has outbid a brigade of owner occupiers to snap up a hot office building in the heart of Melbourne’s south-eastern suburbs, which will eventually become home to the Melbourne Fire Brigade.

The MFB has paid $6.45 million for a double-storey standalone office at 1721 Malvern Road in Glen Iris, near the train station and High Street intersection.

On a block measuring 1603 square metres, the 1893 square metre building was last renovated in 2006. It includes 57 basement car parks, and currently returns a yearly rent of $523,450, mostly from tenant Preston Aviation Solutions.

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State Government to Sell Ovens Benevolent Asylum

THE compound known for years as the Ovens Benevolent Asylum, in Beechworth, has hit the market as a development site.

The State Government can expect to make up to about $2 million from the sale of the 6.5 hectare property which includes five heritage protected historic buildings, and a subdivided vacant tract of land.

Construction of the first asylum building started in 1862 with buildings added in 1867, according to the Heritage Council of Victoria.

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