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  1. Sales energise CBD office market

    The Sydney and Melbourne central business district office markets are set for a shake-up in coming months as DEXUS Property and GPT Group reshuffle their respective portfolios.

  2. Mayor’s Column

    On Friday 28 March I visited Yanderra Public School to talk with the students about the different levels of government as part of my Governance program. The program has been running since October 2013 and I have enjoyed engaging with students and teaching them about what goes on at Council and in government.

  3. Food – Leanne Tolra reviews Bar Nacional

    Once upon a time, in a stroke of Docklands derring-do, a dream team of chefs and entrepreneurs created a drinking and dining venue in the shadow of an accounting giant.

  4. Old Inn to Shine Again

    The historic Appin Inn is a shadow of the building that once provided vital shelter for horsemen travelling between Sydney and the Illawarra, but the Walker Corporation is giving the site a new lease of life.

  5. Super-sized local artwork

    Installation of Dion Horstman’s large-scale sculpture began at Collins Square last month.

  6. Catapult docks

    Sports group Catapult has signed a four-year lease to move its Melbourne office into Walker Corporation's $1.8 billion Collins Square project in Melbourne's Docklands

  7. Daily Deals

    Victoria Retail sale, 353-355 Flinders Lane, Melbourne A LOCAL private investor has purchased strata retail premises in Melbourne's CBD at auction for $1.67 million.

  8. Lang Walker bets both ways in Brisbane

    Billionaire Lang Walker has increased his bets on Brisbane's apartment market, buying a site in the city's booming Fortitude Valley from listed car dealer AP Eagers for $22.2 million.

  9. Inspired by X-Men, sculpture to have X-Factor

    It's a giant yellow sculpture that could divide Melburnians. Sound familiar? But unlike Ron Robertson Swann's Vault, otherwise known as the Yellow Peril, a striking new piece planned for the Docklands has so far been welcomed.

  10. Masters Leads the Way in New Citiswich Stage

    WALKER Corporation’s $1billion Citiswich Business Park reached an important stage this week with Masters Home Improvement opening a new 10,000sqm store.