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Soden’s Hotel sells for $5.45 million

STORY ACCREDITATION: The Border Mail – MAY 14 2021 – 4:45PMWRITER: David Johnston Two major Albury pubs have changed hands with Soden’s selling at auction on Friday for $5.45 million following the same day revelation the Springdale Heights Tavern has been purchased off-market by a Wagga syndicate. The Soden’s freehold was the subject of a…

Big bucks paid for Albury Officeworks building

STORY ACCREDITATION: The Border MailWRITTEN BY: David Johnston – MAY 13 2021 – 10:45AM Albury Officeworks building sells for $10.95 million at auction Albury’s Officeworks store has sold for a bumper price at auction. The central Albury property on the corner of Smollett and Young streets sold for $10.95 million after being passed in at a 2010…

Rarely offered freestanding Officeworks to dominate at auction

STORY ACCREDITATION: Burgess RawsonPUBLISHED ON: 29/04/2021 A rare chance to purchase one of Australia’s longest-standing Officeworks stores is already generating heated attention from investors. The iconic building just off the Hume Freeway will be auctioned next month as commercial property buyers clamour for essential services investments in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The Wesfarmers-leased…

High Street business confidence returns

FIGHTING BACK: Empty shops in High Street have started fill up again after the end to roadworks. PICTURE: Google Maps – STORY ACCREDITATION: The Border Mail – WRITTEN BY: David Johnston – JULY 31 2019 – 7:30PM   Wodonga CBD rejuvenation underway since High Street roadworks end   CENTRAL Wodonga has started the fightback from the pain associated with…

Dean Street property demand stays strong

GOING, GOING, GONE: Auctioneer Andrew Dixon chats with Green Zebra building owner Susan Barsby during the successful auction yesterday. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE     STORY ACCREDITATION: The Border Mail – WRITTEN BY: David Johnston – FEBRUARY 8 2019   Green Zebra restaurant building in central Albury sells at auction for $730,000   THE recent run of successful Dean…

Gateway to a tourism mecca in Twin Cities

ROLLING THE DICE: Businessman Tom Weatherall is hoping to flush out some “prospective occupiers” for a site on Gateway Island he hopes can be developed into a major holiday park. STORY ACCREDITATION: The Border Mail – WRITTEN BY: David Johnston – JANUARY 3 2019   Weatherall Masonry site owner seeking partners for Gateway Island tourist caravan park   WODONGA businessman…