Infill market

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WA Business News  May 5  Comment 
WA’s property sector is keenly awaiting the new state government’s public transport works program.  
WA Business News  Aug 15  Comment 
Architect Sam Klopper has shrugged off community consternation over an apartment project on Kennedy Street in Maylands, instead pitching the development as a model for future urban infill.
WA Business News  Jun 17  Comment 
Perth's land developers have stirred debate over the merits of urban infill by questioning the findings of a report commissioned by the Property Council of Australia and the Australian Greens.
WA Business News  Dec 17  Comment 
The Shire of Kalamunda has moved to facilitate more infill development around transport infrastructure, but its proposed planning changes are restrictive and won’t achieve the desired results, according to a prominent industry player.
WA Business News  Oct 21  Comment 
Chinese developer Sunlong Corporation will launch a $190 million apartment and commercial development early next year, after winning the right to develop the old Canning Aquatic Centre site in Bentley.
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Planning is under way to allow residential development around the historic Bristile Kilns in Ascot, with the state government releasing minor changes to planning guidelines for public comment today.
WA Business News  Aug 16  Comment 
East Perth’s enclave of Claisebrook has emerged as a model for suburban rejuvenation, with sales figures over the 20-plus years since the redevelopment was launched indicating strong demand and solid returns for investors.


An infill market is a real estate market where most of the properties are built to fill in remaining spaces (often in urban centers, where space is scarce and new development often involves rebuilding higher buildings over older lots). It is the opposite of much suburban development, especially those classified as "suburban sprawl." Infill properties are generally high-demand, due to their limited nature and desirable location.

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