The Mjösa Tower in Norway has assumed the title of the world’s tallest wooden building after being officially opened last Friday.
Augusta Capital Ltd has delayed the launch of its tourism fund while it raises new capital for its industrial fund and starts a new single-asset fund.
Sydney-based Goodman Group and the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) have lifted their investment in their Chinese logistics property partnership by 54% and given them the capacity to double the portfolio to 5 million m².
Chinese state-owned developer Greenland Group & Golden Horse Group of Hong Kong turned the first sod on Thursday for a 6.9ha 1400-apartment joint-venture project at Erskineville in Sydney’s inner-west, on a former industrial site which Goodman Group sold to Golden Horse in 2014.
Victoria’s state government released the final version of the Fishermans Bend vision last month – a plan to revitalise 485ha sitting between the existing central business district and the port.
Lendlease Corp moved into its new headquarters in the 168-tall tower 3 of Barangaroo South’s International Towers on Friday. In June, it announced that the owner of 2 of the 3 office towers in the precinct would also acquire an innovative 6-storey engineered timber office building.