The latest research from Southbank Cityscope shows property sales value have significantly decreased in the past three months. Sales recorded in the quarter ending August 2017 totalled $175.5 million, a decrease from the $605.3 million recorded in the three months to May 2017 and also a decrease from the $758 million recorded in the three months to February 2017.

This data brings the 12 month total to $2.149 billion, an increase from the $1.958 billion recorded the same time last year. 

The table below shows sales recorded for the past eight updates of Southbank Cityscope.

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Notable sales in the August 2017 update of Southbank Cityscope include: 

  • 268 Sturt Street, Southbank, a 4,176-sqm, vacant piece of land being used as a car park to the southern part of the property, which sold for $50 million through Colliers International Melbourne; 
  • Sero, at 175 Sturt Street, Southbank, a two-storey rendered brick building of 2,434 sqm which includes a 1,094 sqm ground-floor office-showroom, 1,340 sqm of first-floor office space and parking for 31 cars, which sold for $15.5 million; and
  • 8-16 Palmerston Crescent, South Melbourne, a two-storey rendered concrete-block building built in 1988 with parking for about twelve cars at the rear of the ground-floor and on paved land to Kings Place, which sold for about $15 million through Colliers International Melbourne. 
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Properties listed as for sale in August 2017 update of Southbank Cityscope include:

  • 102-156 City Road, Southbank, a BMW sales showroom comprising a high one-and two-storey concrete, metal and glass building with a four-level car park at the rear, for sale through CBRE City Sales Melbourne; 
  • 33 Park Street, South Melbourne, a three-storey brick and concrete office building, constructed in 1971 with a ten-space car park to the rear, for sale through Jellis Craig and 
  • 200-204 Wells Street, South Melbourne, a single-storey brick section to Park Street and a two-storey section with rear ground-floor parking for about 20 cars and first-floor offices to Wells Street, for sale by expressions of interest closing August 24, 2017 through Lemon Baxter.

Leasing opportunities listed in the August 2017 update of Southbank Cityscope include: 

  • 2 Southbank Boulevard, Southbank, the commercial tower of Freshwater Place, 37 storeys with a net lettable area of 55,769 sqm and parking for 544 cars has office space ranging from 276 to 23,000 sqm for lease through CBRE Melbourne and Colliers International Melbourne; 
  • 412-430 City Road, South Melbourne, a high single-storey brick and corrugated iron factory-warehouse building, including an office and a small garden, has showroom and warehouse space of 2,626 sqm for lease through Lemon Baxter and Knight Frank Melbourne and
  • 115-125 Whiteman Street, South Melbourne, a two-storey brick office-warehouse building, constructed in 1971 with a net lettable area about 1,500 sqm, has office and warehouse space of 300 to 750 sqm for lease through Lemon Baxter and Knight Frank Melbourne.

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