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Blacktown Mayor, Stephen Bali with members of the Century 21 Quakers Hill team at the opening. Featured

Realtor with a feel for people

By Di Bartok

AZEEM Khan loves helping people, which is why selling real estate is his dream job.

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Penrith is markleting itself as the adventure capital. Featured

Penrith plans tourism dominance

By Red Dwyer

THE so-called “Adventure Capital of NSW” plans to double its tourism numbers by 2025 and boost visitor spending by more than $500 million annually.

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1950s site becomes unit project

BLACKTOWN City Council is working with developers and residents to retain the European heritage aspects of the former Australian Defence Industries site at Ropes Crossing.

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Artist impression of development. Featured

Work starts on $250M Riverside Tower

CONSTRUCTION has started on Riverside Tower, a new world-class riverfront precinct in the heart of Parramatta.

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Director Office Services Ben Lalic and Associate Director Capital Markets International and Development Properties Steve Simat at CBRE. Featured

Developers don't get commercial potential

By Di Bartok

THERE is a drastic shortage of A-grade office space in Parramatta CBD that has to be addressed if the capital of Western Sydney is to meet the demand as we head towards 2031.

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Artist impression of the project. Featured

Massive boost to A-Grade office space

THE vision for the final building on Parramatta Square has been revealed.

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Parklea Markets Featured

Tenant participation an option

By Red Dwyer

THE 22-hectare Parklea Markets is in line for a $1 billion redevelopment following its sale to Parramatta-based developer Dyldam.

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Western Sydney Business Access (WSBA) covers the business and community issues of the Greater Western Sydney region of Australia. WSBA is the popular media source for connecting with the pulse of the region and tapping into it's vast opportunities and networks.