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Premium commercial office property, Woolloomooloo, Sydney

Designed by award winning architectural firm Eeles Trelease, The Anchorage is set to add an inspiring new dimension to the Woolloomooloo landscape. The visually dramatic five-level boutique building encompasses 15 designer studios, 1 & 2 bedroom apartments.

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Tue, 12/08/14 – 13:03 | Comments Off

A key Melbourne tram route could be extended under a revamp of a rundown CBD intersection.
The Herald Sun can reveal the Napthine Government is seriously considering a plan to run Elizabeth street trams into Flinders street.

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Mon, 11/08/14 – 13:35 | Comments Off

High rents on ground floors and the large spaces needed by international retailers are driving the industry upwards.

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For Land Tax Purposes Land Value Includes GST
Mon, 11/08/14 – 13:17 | Comments Off

Fivex is currently in a dispute with the NSW Valuer General relating to the fair value of land. One of the issues in contention is whether or not GST should be included as part of the land value in circumstances where GST is applicable to a comparable sale.

CBD’s Smaller Leases
Mon, 11/08/14 – 12:52 | Comments Off

Refurbished smaller suites ranging from 50 to 200 square metres are also being offered at 276 Flinders Street – known as Melbourne Square – through Matthew Kent of Savills, in tandem with JLL agents James Palmer and William McLaughlin. The building, owned and managed by boutique commercial property group Fivex, has been re-positioned to include retail tenants.

Double Bay Go Getter Gets Going
Wed, 7/05/14 – 12:24 | Comments Off

High profile local Lesli Berger has another project on the books: his own Future Cities Program.
Speaking as the owner of 376-382 New South Head Road, Double Bay, and General Manager of Fivex Commercial Property, Berger says Woollahra Council need to implement the program now.

Double Bay Business Disenfranchised at By-Election
Wed, 16/04/14 – 14:02 | Comments Off

Not a single business ratepayer has successfully enrolled to vote at the upcoming Woollahra Council by-election for Double Bay ward.

Councillor Elena Kirillova resigned on 31 December 2013, sparking the need for the by-election. The non-resident electoral roll was closed on 3 February 2014. The by-election is scheduled to be held on 15 March 2014.

“For the first time in living memory, not a single business has successfully enrolled to vote at the upcoming Double Bay ward by-election.” Lesli Berger, Deputy-Chairman of the Double Bay Chamber of Commerce said.