‘Happenings at PRP’ Category

Critical Change-Crisis, challenge or catalyst for property investment?

The Australian Property Funds Association (PFA) conference will be returning to Hobart this coming May. Greg Preston, Managing Director of Preston Rowe Paterson sits on the PFA executive team, and this year chaired the conference organising committee. Preston comments, “The conference is a must for all listed and unlisted Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) managers […]

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We have moved

Recently, Preston Rowe Paterson Sydney embarked on an exciting journey across town to 1 Market Street, located right in the heart of the Sydney CBD. This A-grade building is one of 36 properties owned and managed by the Australian property giant Investa. 1 Market Street boasts 32 floors with plenty of natural light in the […]

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Something new, something exciting

Have you noticed something different? You may have picked up that our monthly and quarterly research reports have a completely new look. We recently celebrated our 30-year anniversary – and with this milestone, we took the opportunity to invigorate our publications. Why? After thorough research, we concluded that our attention and concentration span in the 21st […]

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Sustainability Front of Mind

Tina Nguyen, Lead Researcher at Preston Rowe Paterson Sydney, and Patrick Cooper, Team Lead of Property Asset and Facilities Management, have recently taken a snapshot of sustainability in the built environment in Australia. Climate change is a phenomenon that continues to impact Australia through the challenges it presents, not only through its impact on society, […]

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Preston Rowe Paterson Sydney Revitalises “Impressions”

In Preston Rowe Paterson’s 30th year of operation as a firm of International Property Consultants and Valuers, Greg Preston has commented that we have recently refreshed our “Impressions” treatise. This is aimed at conveying the right impression of what we do and, at the same time, conveying our impressions of the markets and economic conditions […]

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