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Seven assets seed Propertylink’s Australian industrial fund

Published on April 12th, 2014

Australian niche manager Propertylink is launching a A$400m ($373.4m) Australian industrial fund. The Propertylink Australian Industrial Partnership has been seeded with seven assets in Brisbane, Sydney, Perth and Melbourne, worth…

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