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Saturday, 21 April 2001 03:01

Ericsson's R100m headquarters in Woodmead

GLOBAL telecommunications firm Ericsson has invested more than R100 million in new headquarters in Johannesburg IT business hub, Woodmead.
Wednesday, 08 August 2001 03:01

Decentralised competition and CBD

JOHANNESBURG's central business district (CBD) office market faces yet another disincentive as rentals in nearby decentralised areas such as Rosebank and Parktown decline.
Thursday, 09 August 2001 03:01

Crisis in property market

Johannesburg - The uncontrolled explosion in especially office development in South Africa is leading to an oversupply of office space which is already threatening to reach crisis
Friday, 09 February 2001 03:01

Another big building for Sandton

Yet another high-rise building project is being proposed for Johannesburg northern suburb Sandton's central business district (CBD).
Friday, 21 September 2001 03:01

New York vacancy

Office rents in Manhattan, which have fallen for most of 2001, will rise again. About 2,5m m² of the New York island's more than 10m m² of space is no longer habitable.
Saturday, 01 January 2000 03:01

Cross-border investment

LONDON - Although cross-border investment is an established strategy for equity portfolios, it is only now emerging as a fact of life in the portfolios of property investors.
Friday, 25 January 2002 02:00

Where has all the growth gone

Researchers at the National Institute for Economic Policy (NIEP), a Johannesburg-based non-governmental organisation, have published a critical analysis of the South African manufacturing sector.
Wednesday, 29 August 2001 03:01

Value of industrial stands still declining

VALUES of vacant industrial stands in major cities are continuing to decline a trend property consulting group Rode says is cause for concern.
Monday, 30 July 2001 02:00

Utility diagnostics & management

UTILITY costs are often ignored, but savings can be generated in this area. The commercial sector could save R800m a year alone by effectively structuring electricity costs.
Monday, 07 May 2001 02:00

Three firms for OM

OLD Mutual Properties has appointed three firms to manage facilities at 400 buildings in its portfolio.

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