Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University's new R116m Business School is the first in South Africa to receive official "green" design rating accreditation for a public and education building from the Green Building Council of South Africa (GBCSA).

Growthpoint Properties and Tiber Group today announced that Growthpoint will acquire the entire Tiber Group portfolio of properties and management business.

Creating an accessible opportunity for South African investors into the Australian property market, Investec Australia Property Fund (“IAPF”) listed today on the main board of the Johannesburg 

Redefine International plc acquires the remaining minority interests in its Newington House‚ Ciref Malthurst and Trito Kwik-Fit entities for GBP1.9m.

Wednesday, 12 June 2013 08:35

Looking abroad pays off for building firms

Engineering and construction company Aveng Group has shown that the best way to make headway in the industry is to diversify geographically.

Redefine Properties seized the opportunity to increase its direct holding in Australian listed Cromwell Property Group this week by taking up Aus$65.6 million of Cromwell’s capital raise, which will partly fund Cromwell’s successful acquisition of a portfolio of government properties

Friday, 21 December 2012 09:29

Australia: Investors migrate south of Sydney

THE southern end of the Sydney central business district is undergoing a renaissance as investors undertake a number of large-scale leasing and sales transactions.

Foreign investors accounted for 67% of all commercial property transactions in Australia in the third quarter of 2012, compared with just 30% in the same quarter the year before.

LOCAL property companies looking to expand into Africa should consider doing so via joint ventures with seasoned developers on the continent, such as Atterbury, Alternative Real Estate fund manager Maurice Shapiro said on Thursday

Thursday, 28 June 2012 16:33

GOZ portfolio diversifies further

Growthpoint Properties Australia, a publicly traded ASX listed A-REIT (ASX:GOZ), has agreed to acquire A-Grade Canberra office buildings, 100% leased to the Commonwealth Government. It’s portfolio value has more than doubled over the last three years, from 24 properties valued at AU$662 million in June 2009, to 41 properties worth AU$1,6 billion (approximately ZAR13,5 billion) as a result of these transactions which incude a diversification from both a location and sector perspective

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