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Vicinity Centres Says In 6 Months To June, Portfolio Valuation Drops 11.3%
Vicinity Centres Successfully Completes $1,200 Mln Institutional Placement
Vicinity Centres AnnounceS Institutional Placement To Raise $1,200 Million
Vicinity Centres is an Australia-based retail property company. The principal activities of the Company includes property investment, property management, property development, leasing and funds management. It operates through two segment: Property Investment and Strategic Partnerships. Property Investment comprises net property income derived from investment in retail property. Strategic Partnerships includes fee income from providing property management, development and leasing services to third parties, and management of wholesale property funds. Its portfolio includes various shopping center types, such as super regional, major regional, city Centre, regional, outlet center, sub regional and neighborhood. The Company’s portfolio includes 62 shopping centers. It owns and operates shopping centers across various locations, including New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia.
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Chadstone Shopping Ctr
1341 Dandenong Road
PO Box 104
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Executive Director
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* HY REVENUE FROM ORDINARY ACTIVITIES $ 662.7 MILLION VERSUS $637.9 MILLION
Australian mall owner Vicinity Centres reported a 1 percent fall in half-year underlying profit on Wednesday and lowered its dividend as it buckled under a tough retail environment, stagnant wage growth and soft retail spending.
Australian mall owner Vicinity Centres on Wednesday reported a 17 percent fall in half-year profit as it experienced the effects of cooling property prices, stagnant wage growth and soft retail spending.
* To exchange a 49 percent interest in Chatswood Chase Sydney for 50 percent interests in Sydney CBD Centres for $556 million
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