Tenants’ tower:Another build-to-rent highrise planned for Valley fringe

Tenants’ tower:Another build-to-rent highrise planned for Valley fringe

Developers hope a podcast studio,spa retreat and dog wash facilities will help attract tenants to the 443-unit tower near the Ekka.

  • bySean Parnell

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‘Must get it right the first time’:The uphill battle to fix Sydney’s Central Station

‘Must get it right the first time’:The uphill battle to fix Sydney’s Central Station

The NSW government is seizing a once-in-a-generation opportunity to transform Australia’s busiest train station.

  • byMegan Gorrey
Ramshackle house that baffled locals listed for $2.3m-$2.5m

Ramshackle house that baffled locals listed for $2.3m-$2.5m

The owner’s brother and listing agent say the graffiti-covered building was likely to sell to a developer,or someone capable of adding townhouses to the block.

  • byJim Malo
The Perth suburbs where one in every five homes sits empty

The Perth suburbs where one in every five homes sits empty

There are 118,109 empty homes in Western Australia,with as many as one in every five homes unoccupied in some of the state’s wealthiest suburbs.

  • byHeather McNeill
Central Station’s $11bn revamp ‘risks repeating Barangaroo’s mistakes’

Central Station’s $11bn revamp ‘risks repeating Barangaroo’s mistakes’

The City of Sydney council argues the state government’s ambitious proposal to reshape land around Central Station features “too many towers,too close together”.

  • byMegan Gorrey
Bondi’s building boom leaves residents fearing for their homes

Bondi’s building boom leaves residents fearing for their homes

A spate of mishaps,including the partial collapse of a property and the evacuation of a police station,has scared locals who feel powerless to stop developers.

  • byAndrew Taylor
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Fresh conditions on Gloucester Park land sale as vote row goes to court

Fresh conditions on Gloucester Park land sale as vote row goes to court

The execution of Gloucester Park’s land sale to developer Hesperia has become a public process at the hands of a “disgruntled” former board member.

  • byJesinta Burton
What’s built better – a 1980s brick-and-tile home or house from 2022?

What’s built better – a 1980s brick-and-tile home or house from 2022?

Is a brick-and-tile house built in the 1980s better than a more contemporary project home? An architect,renovator,building inspector and industry experts share their thoughts.

  • bySarah Brookes
Perth house prices the subject of a great national guessing game

Perth house prices the subject of a great national guessing game

Prices in Perth are just 1 per cent behind the peak of August 2022 – as rate hikes were beginning. Why is WA (again) different to the east coast? Three reasons.

  • byGareth Parker
Metro stations open door to relieve Sydney’s housing crisis

Metro stations open door to relieve Sydney’s housing crisis

With Sydney’s population booming,new transport hubs are the perfect opportunity for the state government to use surrounding areas for high-density housing.

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McGowan government serves no one by detonating Perth urban growth plan
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McGowan government serves no one by detonating Perth urban growth plan

Our community deserves more. A government that can walk and chew gum at the same time:that is,protect endangered species while delivering affordable housing.

  • byNeil Thomson