Real Estate News & Articles

Museum of Brisbane's Making Place: 100 Views of Brisbane exhibition improves accessibility

04 Apr2022
Most cities have been captured visually at different points in time but not many artists have managed to distil a city's hum and throng for the history archives. That's something the team at the Museum [...] Read More...

CityCats to return as Brisbane City Council eyes $20 million ferry network flood repair bill

01 Apr2022
Brisbane's ferries are slowly returning to services after the floods, with Bulimba-Teneriffe cross-river services the first to return as the council faces a $20 million repair bill for damage to the ferry [...] Read More...

How to make your rental feel like home without losing your bond

31 Mar2022
At some point during the first coronavirus lockdown, I realised how cramped, mouldy and just "not me" my studio apartment was. With all the time we were spending inside, it started to feel unbearable. So I set [...] Read More...

Brisbane bio-tech lab creates 'revolutionary' 3D-printed body parts to treat cancer patients

30 Mar2022
On the upper levels of an inconspicuous building on the Brisbane Royal and Women's Hospital (RBWH), 3D printing technology is creating products that may one day save your life. The Herston Biofabrication [...] Read More...

Queensland real estate: ‘Risky’ way Brisbane 23yo scored $430k home

29 Mar2022
A 23-year-old has managed to break into Brisbane’s soaring property market because of an ace up his sleeve — cryptocurrency. Loi Nguyen first started investing in blockchain in 2017 when he was in [...] Read More...

Brisbane suburbs forever changed by 'revolutionary' Mater Foundation lottery prize homes

28 Mar2022
If you lived in Brisbane a few decades ago, finding home renovation inspiration required little more than a lottery ticket and a weekend road trip.  Queuing up to catch a glimpse inside a Mater Prize [...] Read More...

$60m off-market brownfield industrial acquisition in Brisbane boosts Charter Hall and PGGM I&L portfolio to $560m

25 Mar2022
Charter Hall Group (Charter Hall or the Group) is pleased to announce that its wholesale PGGM Industrial Partnership (the Partnership or CHPIP) has acquired a 1.56ha premium inner brownfield industrial site in [...] Read More...

Brisbane City Council admits mistake in dumping flood waste at Acacia Ridge park

24 Mar2022
Brisbane City Council has admitted it was a mistake to dump flood waste at an Acacia Ridge park. Residents near Mortimer Road Park along with Moorooka ward councillor Steve Griffiths have complaine [...] Read More...

Brisbane flooding doesn’t halt booming property market

23 Mar2022
A house located in a Brisbane flood-prone area has been sold for a whopping $1.8 million with 10 bidders competing for the property. The four-bedroom, three-bathroom property in the riverside suburb of Grace [...] Read More...

Brisbane CBD discounted parking boosting foot traffic, but disabled parking disappearing

22 Mar2022
Brisbane City Council is losing $500,000 a week from free and discounted city parking programs designed to attract workers and consumers back into the CBD. However, cheaper parking offers, which began this [...] Read More...
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