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Why invest in Healthcare?

22 May 2020

In May 2019, Centuria announced the acquisition of a 63% economic interest in Heathley Limited and its property funds management platform, Heathley Asset Management Limited. Heathley Limited was subsequently renamed to Centuria Heathley Limited. The transaction introduces a new asset class to Centuria’s expanding real estate platform and fully aligns it to the healthcare property

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Centuria’s Unlisted Funds Lead Quarterly Index

19 May 2020

Five unlisted Centuria Capital real estate funds have dominated the ‘Top 10 Performing Core Funds’ in the recently released Property Council of Australia / MSCI Australia Unlisted Retail Quarterly Property Fund Index (PCA/MSCI Index). The March 2020 Quarter results showed a continuation of Centuria’s past performance, with 4-6 of the property company’s funds making a

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Centuria Acquires 19pc stake in New Zealand’s Augusta Capital

7 May 2020

A-REIT’s first international holding Centuria Capital Ltd, Australia’s rising ASX-listed real estate funds and investment bonds manager, today announced it will acquire 19% of Augusta Capital Limited, a leading New Zealand real estate funds manager, with an opportunity to increase its holdings to 24.99%. The transaction results from an equity raising being undertaken by Augusta

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Centuria celebrates Earth Day

22 April 2020

Centuria is proud to celebrate one of the world’s largest environmental events, #EarthDay2020. Centuria is working towards a more sustainable future by constantly integrating positive, new initiatives that align with our environmental corporate responsibilities. Learn more about one of Australia’s most sustainable buildings, by design and engineering – our very own Nishi building in Canberra.

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Centuria expands into Brisbane occupying its very own 348 Edward Street property

17 March 2020

New State General Manager appointed for Centuria’s Brisbane expansion. ~20% of Centuria’s AUM is now made up of Queensland properties Queensland portfolio value of ~$1.6bn with over 100 tenants Centuria Capital (ASX:CNI) has expanded its Brisbane presence, and is opening a centrally located office in its very own 348 Edward Street property, which was acquired

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International Women’s Day – a Celebration of a few of Centuria’s female leaders

8 March 2020

We are delighted to present our latest e-book, which is designed in recognition and celebration of International Women’s Day. 

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Change of Name – Centuria Metropolitan REIT (ASX:CMA) to Centuria Office REIT (ASX:COF)

7 February 2020

Centuria Property Funds Limited (CPFL) in its capacity as responsible entity of the Centuria Metropolitan REIT (ASX:CMA) advises that CMA’s name has been changed to Centuria Office REIT. Reason For Name Change When CMA first listed in 2014, it owned a combination of both office and industrial assets. As CMA evolved, its focus has refined

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Centuria Capital makes a bid for NZ’s Augusta Capital for $174.8 million

29 January 2020

ASX Listed Centuria Capital has made a $174.8 million ($NZ180 million) friendly takeover offer to New Zealand fund manager Augusta Capital, a property management platform with heavy exposure to the strong Auckland commercial property market. To help fund this acquisition Centuria seeks to raise $80 million from shareholders bringing their assets under management up by $1.9

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Property Market Outlook: What’s ahead for 2020

17 December 2019

Industrial and commercial property sectors are on track to remain strong, assisted by the poor-performing retail sector and record low rates. But as Jason Huljich explains, not all markets are performing equally. Commercial markets retain bullish outlook Melbourne’s commercial sector is the most buoyant but there will be a lot of supply coming onto the

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