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Mirvac spends $523m on Sydney and Melbourne assets

Published on January 4th, 2014

Mirvac Group is to spend A$552m ($523m) on the Harbourside Shopping Centre in Sydney and two office buildings in Melbourne. Australian real estate investment trust Mirvac will acquire the shopping…

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