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No sweat as cyclists score more showers at work

. March 30, 2017
No sweat as cyclists score more showers at work

Once you have pumped up your tyres (again!) dodged the psycho motorists and then puffed and panted your way to work, what happens as soon as you get off your bike? Sweat, that’s what happens.  And litres of it. That would explain why the demand for end of trip facilities (more…)

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Blue brings luxury to Lavendar Bay block

. March 23, 2017
Blue brings luxury to Lavendar Bay block

Lavender Bay is about to get another luxury development with the news that Aqualand as bought an 18-level commercial office building at 61 Lavender Street, Milsons Point with plans to convert it into 137 luxury residential apartments. To be known as Blue at Lavender Bay, the property is promising the (more…)

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How can I find a flat when I work at weekends?

. March 9, 2017
How can I find a flat when I work at weekends?

Having recently returned home from the UK, ISOBEL WILLIAMS set about finding her first Sydney flat from which to launch her new life.  She knew it wouldn’t be easy … but did it need to be this hard? I have recently embarked on the tortuous journey of hunting for an (more…)

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Take a ‘green’ survey and get in the draw to win $200

. March 8, 2017 . 0 Comments
Take a ‘green’ survey and get in the draw to win $200

Imagine if, alongside the levies and floor area of the apartment you were planning to buy, there was another rating – how “Green” the building is. It would be like the energy rating on your fridge.  Five star means your fridge is actively cooling the planet – one star means (more…)

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Thinking inside the Box

. December 6, 2016 . 0 Comments
Thinking inside the Box

New block’s stunning cubes prove it’s hip to be square in Box Hill by Henry Clarkson Does Melbourne’s luxury apartment market have room for another high-end unit block? With their 999 Box Hill development, Beller are confident it does – and by focusing on this lively, up-and-coming suburb, they believe they are (more…)

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Bad for your body but good for your soul

. December 6, 2016 . 0 Comments
Bad for your body but good for your soul

By Isobel Williams Back in the day, everyone knew their neighbours. Neighbours were more than just the noisy people who lived on either side of your own apartment; they were baby-sitters, dog-walkers, cat-feeders, plant-waterers and, most importantly, friends. If you was cooking and ran out of sugar you would simply (more…)

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Unit blocks to get smoking zones

. November 26, 2016 . 0 Comments
Unit blocks to get smoking zones

As new laws crack down on smoke drift in apartment blocks, NSW allows smoking zones on common property, writes  Jimmy Thomson Sydney’s unit blocks may soon get a feature they will share with pubs’ pokie parlours, as well as some overseas international airports. Apartment owners will soon be able to set (more…)

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Life Hacks #1 – Saving graces 

. November 24, 2016 . 1 Comment
Life Hacks #1 – Saving graces 

Isobel Williams helps you to get the most out of life – this week by going from spending to saving. Was there a grain of truth in what uber demographer Bernard Salt said last month about we youngsters frittering away our money on cafe fripperies when we could be saving (more…)

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Barking up the right tree

. October 21, 2016 . 0 Comments
Barking up the right tree

by Henry Clarkson Here at Title, we have covered plenty of new apartment complexes that have made much of their garden rooftops or landscaped public spaces, but K1 – Melbourne’s latest luxury residence, nestled beside Albert Park lake, and created by Optimus Developments –takes it to a whole new level (more…)

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How the short-stay inquiry got it so wrong

. October 21, 2016 . 1 Comment
How the short-stay inquiry got it so wrong

NSW MPs examining short-stay letting were duped by the basic lie at the heart of the online holiday rental industry, says Jimmy Thomson, and it’s Sydney’s apartment residents who will pay the price. Politicians should have to take an oath similar to the one often attributed to doctors: “First do (more…)

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