Centuria Diversified Property Fund – News & Media

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17.12.2019

Property Market Outlook: What’s ahead for 2020

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 city over the next three to four years.
16.12.2019

The Best of Three: Liquidity, Yield and Capital Growth

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28.11.2019

Centuria’s Diversified Property Fund acquires its fourth direct property – expanding AUM to over $200M

CDPF acquires 13-15 Compark Circuit, Mulgrave Victoria for $27.8m Fourth direct real estate acquisition of the Fund. Settlement anticipated early 2020 Two freestanding, A-Grade quality office buildings with a total site area of 8,334 sqm with a combination of on-grade and basement car parking totalling 226 spaces Centuria Capital Group’s (ASX:CNI) platform benefits from strengthening its unlisted investment options 13-15 Compark Circuit is located within the heart of the Monash Office and Technology Precinct,
17.10.2019

Centuria Diversified Property Fund expands portfolio with third direct purchase of $65.4m Brisbane office

Centuria today announced the purchase of 25 Montpelier Road, Bowen Hills, Queensland for $65.4 million. The A-grade office, purchased by Centuria Diversified Property Fund (CDPF, the Fund), is the third direct property purchase by CDPF this year, and will take the Fund’s total assets under management toward $200 million. Bowen Hills is located on the fringe of the Brisbane CBD,
03.06.2019

Centuria Diversified Property Fund acquires the top-tier ‘Optus Centre’ from Quintessential Equity

Centuria Diversified Property Fund (CDPF) has announced the acquisition of 10 Moore Street, Canberra. The property known as the ‘Optus Centre’ will be purchased for $35 million from commercial property group Quintessential Equity and, combined with the recent purchase of an office property in Hamilton, Queensland, will take CDPF’s Assets Under Management (AUM) to over $100m1.
29.04.2019

Centuria Diversified Property Fund announces acquisition of first direct asset

Purchase of 381 Macarthur Ave for $19.74 million Centuria Capital Group (Centuria) has today announced the acquisition of 381 Macarthur Avenue, Northshore Hamilton, QLD. The new-build office, purchased by the Centuria Diversified Property Fund (CDPF, the Fund) for $19.74 million, is the Fund’s first direct property acquisition. Settlement is expected by the end of May 2019.
10.04.2019

Coming of age for Centuria Diversified Property Fund

Doug Hoskins discusses how the Centuria Diversified Property Fund’s planned purchase of its first direct asset represents a step change for the fund. The Centuria Diversified Property Fund (CDPF) is set to move up a grade as it plans to purchase its first direct commercial property asset in the near future. CDPF has now surpassed $50 million in assets under management and is currently working through a pipeline of direct commercial property assets for potential acquisition.
28.02.2019

Centuria Diversified Property Fund meets income and liquidity needs

While the residential property market may be in the doldrums, the commercial property sector is continuing to perform well, providing an attractive option for investors seeking property exposure. But the residential property downturn has focused attention on the need for diversification to cope with changing market conditions. The Centuria Diversified Property Fund (CDPF) offers property diversification through its investments in unlisted property schemes and A-REITs.
28.02.2019

What should office property investors expect in the Year of the Pig?

The Australian economy performed well in 2018 – growth accelerated, unemployment fell and construction activity remained strong. It was a busy year for commercial property as well. Beginning with largest ever takeover in corporate Australia – the $33 billion sale of Westfield to global property giant Unibail-Rodamco – the year ended with a major office property transaction,