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The Sydney CBD commercial office market will be the prominent player in 2008. A rise in leasing activity is likely to take place with businesses re-examining the selection of purchasing as the costs of borrowing drain the bottom line. Strong tenant demand underpins a new round of construction with several new speculative buildings now likely to proceed.
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The vacancy rate is likely to fall before new stock can comes onto the market. Strong demand and a lack of available options, the Sydney CBD market is likely to be a key beneficiary and the standout player in 2008.
Strong demand stemming from business growth and expansion has fueled demand, however it has been the decline in stock which has largely driven the tightening in vacancy. Total office inventory declined by almost 22,000m² in January to June of 2007, representing the biggest decline in stock levels for over 5 years.
Ongoing solid white-collar employment growth and healthy company profits have sustained demand for office space in the Sydney CBD over the second half of 2007, resulting in positive net absorption. Driven by this tenant demand and dwindling available space, rental growth has accelerated. The Sydney CBD prime core net face rent increased by 11.6% in the second half of 2007, reaching $715 psm per annum. Incentives offered by landlords continue to decrease.
The total CBD office market absorbed 152,983 sqm of office space during the 12 months to July 2007. Demand for A-grade office space was particularly strong with the A-grade off market absorbing 102,472 sqm. The premium office market demand has decreased significantly with a negative absorption of 575 sqm. In comparison, a year ago the premium office market was absorbing 109,107 sqm.
With negative net absorption and rising vacancy levels, the Sydney market was struggling for five years between the years 2001 and late 2005, when things began to change, however vacancy remained at a fairly high 9.4% till July 2006. Due to competition from Brisbane, and to a lesser extent Melbourne, it has been a real struggle for the Sydney market in recent years, but its core strength is now showing the real outcome with probably the finest and most soundly based performance indicators since early on in 2001.
In the late 1940s the preparation of building the Sydney Opera House started at the time the Director of the renowned company (NSW State Conservatorium of Music) lobbied for a proper
venue for huge theatrical productions. The existing Sydney Town Hall was not large enough for that production. In 1954, Goossens prevailed getting the prior support (of NSW Premier Joseph Cahill) who actually appeals for designs for the great Opera House. As the location of Opera House, Bennelong Point was insisted by Goossens. But Wynyard Railway Station was the demand of Cahill as the site of Opera House.
On 13th September 1955, Cahill launched a design competition and representing architecture, 233 entries was received from different countries. The main issue was declared for making a large hall having 3000 seats and another small hall that can be facilitate up to 1200 people. In 1957, after all research work the winner was announced and it was none other than Jørn Utzon the Danish architect. To supervise the project this Danish architect came to visit Sydney in the early 1957. Finally he moved his office to Sydney in 1963 for this Opera House making purpose.