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    Spotlight on Ashfield

    Located within the vibrant inner west of Sydney, Ashfield’s diversity and multiculturalism is evident throughout.

    Since the rapid influx of Chinese residents in the late 1980s, Ashfield’s population has boomed and accommodation has increased through the development of medium and high density apartment living. Transport and access is serviced by a train station (on the airport line) and ample bus routes. Arterial and shopping areas include Liverpool and Parramatta Roads and Ashfield Mall, and Ashfield is less than 3km from Westfield Burwood and 5km from Marrickville Metro Shopping Centre.

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    Investors Flock To Sydney Metro

    As commercial real estate opportunities in the Sydney CBD continue to dwindle, savvy investors are expanding their search to the surrounding metropolitan areas. 
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    Agribusiness Team Joins Cushman & Wakefield

    The Cushman & Wakefield Australian agency business has significantly expanded the range of owner and investor services on offer, with the addition of an Agribusiness team. 


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    Futurology - Immigration

    In 2001 Australia decided to grow the population as a means of dealing with the looming growth in retirees. The policy is ongoing and is forecast to remain in place for the next two decades. Australia’s population growth is currently the strongest in the world, beyond any other in the history of the country.


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    AREA Award Winners

    On Thursday 16th November 2017, the Cushman & Wakefield team joined over 500 attendees at the Annual REA Excellence Awards in Melbourne, Australia. The awards recognise and celebrate excellence in the property and media industries and the judging panel consisted of 17 independent professionals who are experts in their field.

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    Winners in Service Excellence

    Cushman & Wakefield has been selected as the 2017 WINNER of the NAB Supplier Award for Service Excellence.

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    Cushman & Wakefield feature at API REIV State of the Market seminar

    Cushman & Wakefield’s National Director of Research Tony Crabb presented at the Australian Property Institute and Real Estate Institute of Victoria’s 2018 State of the Market recently held in Melbourne.


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    Cushman & Wakefield announces five key industrial appointments

    Cushman & Wakefield Victoria continue to strengthen their market presence with the appointment of five new industrial team members. Further bolstering their agency business, these strategic engagements support the recently appointed Andrew O’Connell, Head of Industrial Sales and Leasing.

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    Andrew O'Connell appointed Head of Industrial Victoria

    Andrew O'Connell joins Cushman & Wakefield with close to twenty five years' industrial property experience, most recently at JLL where he held the role of National Director – Industrial Victoria. Prior to that Andrew held various industrial roles within McGees National Property Consultants and Drake & Co. Andrew was awarded Goodman Victorian agent of the year in 2006, 2007 and 2008 and Goodman Victoria deal of the year in 2006.

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    Expansion of NSW Sales and Investments

    Tom Barnier has joined Cushman & Wakefield Australia as Director, bringing with him three team members to further strengthen and grow the existing Sales and Investments team.
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    Billy Dent appointed Senior Executive of Retail Investments, NSW

    Leading global real estate services firm, Cushman & Wakefield, is pleased to announce the appointment of Billy Dent to the role of Senior Executive, Retail Investments NSW.

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    Physical Technology - Drones

    Drones have quickly evolved beyond purely entertainment use as the modern equivalent of a remote controlled helicopter. As battery technology improved, increasing carry capacity and distance, drones became commonplace for mapping and photography applications, which led to a range of commercial applications. 
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    Futurology - Physical Technology - Batteries

    So much of the possibility of the future is reliant on battery technology – smaller, longer lasting, and more powerful. Koomey’s Law states at a fixed computing load, the amount of battery needed will fall by a factor of two every 18 months. This has proven true since 1945.


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    Physical Technology - Driverless Vehicles

    The promise of driverless vehicles has been met with much excitement, understandably so. The use of the Google car is evidence that these vehicles are not far away. 


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    The Retailer: Focus on Luxury

    According to Deloitte’s recent ‘Global Powers of Luxury Goods’ report, the economic environment for luxury brands continues to face “slow growth in major developed economies”.

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    Futurology - An Ageing Population

    In the not too distant future, approximately 35% of the world’s population will be over 65 years of age, a statistic that is extraordinary for a number of reasons.

    Throughout history, only roughly 10% of the world’s population was ever above 40 and considered to be ‘aged’.  


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