Friday, 25 February 2011

North Ryde. Dr Irving honoured

Dr Malcolm Irving a longtime supporter of Macquarie University and closely involved in the development of Macquarie Graduate School of Management (MGSM), has been recognised for his outstanding service with the naming of one of the main MGSM buildings in his honour. Dr Irving’s long association with MGSM began as a visiting fellow in the mid-1980s. He was called on by the then dean of MGSM to join a committee of high profile business leaders who would assist in promoting the vision of creating a world-class business school and help raise funds to build the facilities that today house MGSM. Dr Irving, who retired last year from the role of deputy chancellor of the university council, remains chairman of MGSM and as a director of Macquarie University Hospital


Liverpool. For sale by public tender

A 6-level building, leased with 98 per cent of its NLA 8825 to Housing NSW and blue chip tenants, at 33 Moore Street, Liverpool, is for sale by public tender, on March 23, under instructions from receivers. Net passing income is approximately $2.5 million per year.

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Region. Purchases by owner-occupiers

An owner-occupier has bought a 10,175 square-metre industrial property, formerly occupied by Thorn Lighting, in Cooper Street, Smithfield, for $6.3 million. Another owner-occupier has bought an office-warehouse, in Lennox Place, Wetherill Park, for $1.35 million. The property includes around 870 square metres of vacant warehouse space.