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Sydney surfs a wave of interest from Asian investors, even as tide goes out for office leasing market

Published on April 12th, 2014

The heat is on in big Australian cities, with keen pricing on office sales driven by high-net-worth individuals and sovereign wealth funds looking for security. Tenants, meanwhile, are only lukewarm …

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