Sydney's fringe Area In Hot Demand: Inve Sydney
The fringe area of Sydney is in demand in the developers as the tenants and investors move away from the city zone.
For the planned development, CWE Sydney and Savills will take the leasing.
Phil Montgomery, from Savills head of research, says the value proposition in the Alexandria area is a compelling proposition for those tenants who wants to close the proximity to the city without paying office rents.
Montgomery said, by 2022-23, A-grade Sydney CBD's gross rents will come in between $1450 and $1500 per Sqm. As 40 to 50% differential for similar property in Alexandria.
It is said that Sydney's south-eastern fringe has good value, which is complemented by the residential projects.
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In the Port Stephens area, at Tanilba Bay, the alert level of a fire has been burning the properties which are nearby. With high winds and scorching temperatures, the Fire crew fought.
Today, there is a cooler and damper weather which made the condition good for the firefighters. The temperature at the day time hit the maximum of 34C, and overnight it falls below 20C.
The Mercury is expected to rise again tomorrow and Monday, and this increases the risk of fire. Yesterday, in Western Sydney, the alert level of a bushfire which was out of control was further reduced.
Near Penrith, at the Fire trail Road was given an emergency warning as it has burned the neighbouring houses. However, last night, the alert level was reduced. All the Firefighters got help by water-bombing aircraft as they tried to get the blaze under control.
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