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Telling time: the property clock, the economy, and why we believe commercial property will continue to perform
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 to solely office assets,
Centuria Metropolitan REIT (ASX: CMA) has entered an agreement to acquire the industry award winning Nishi building at 2 Phillip Law Street, Canberra for $256 million1. Strategically located in the vibrant and gentrified NewActon Precinct, the A-Grade building expands CMA’s portfolio value to $2.1 billion. The acquisition enhances the portfolio’s WALE and occupancy and increases CMA’s exposure to Australia’s major office markets,
Centuria goes BaseUp, providing innovative app-based parking solutions for its commercial property tenants
Centuria signs up to parking technology, further enhancing the service quality for its tenants. The app-based system will increase value and client satisfaction through ease-of-use parking provisions. Centuria, an earlier adopter of BaseUp, will be the first property group to roll this out nationally, across the largest portfolio of assets. Centuria will provide 280 tenants across 32 buildings access to 300 bays for short term use for the staff.
Jason Huljich appointed joint CEO, alongside John McBain who remains in a full-time capacity as joint CEO Ross Lees appointed Head of Funds Management Centuria Capital Group (Centuria ASX: CNI) has announced two internal promotions effective 21 June 2019. Jason Huljich, previously Head of Real Estate and Funds Management, will join John McBain to co-lead the Group.
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South East Queensland (SEQ) is the self-proclaimed “liveable gateway” for good reason – and as Centuria Metropolitan REIT’s (CMA) Fund Manager Grant Nichols explains, it’s also a region that offers promising opportunities for commercial property investment. Why do we believe we’ll see increasing investor interest in this market? Strong population growth, a diversified and growing economy,
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.
Australia’s largest office-specific REIT continues to improve $1.4bn portfolio Centuria Property Funds Limited (CPFL), as Responsible Entity of Centuria Metropolitan REIT (ASX: CMA), is pleased to announce CMA’s half year financial results for the period ended 31 December 2018. 1H19 highlights include: Completion of strategic initiatives repositions CMA as Australia’s largest ASX-listed pure play office REIT 12-month Return on Equity1 (ROE) of 10.9% The acquisition of a $521 million portfolio of four office assets continued to raise CMA’s quality and took the portfolio to $1.4 billion2 (from $930.5 million at FY18)3.
By Doug Hoskins, Acting Fund Manager Centuria Metropolitan REIT Are you an office property investor? Should you be? Merger and acquisition activity was the dominant theme for office A-REITs in the third quarter of 2018 – highlighting the attraction of quality Australian office property to both domestic and international investors. Here Doug Hoskins, Acting Trust Manager for Centuria Metropolitan REIT (ASX: CMA),