Sunday, July 19, 2009


"Meanwhile, one of the apartment sector's great survivors, Meriton boss Harry Triguboff, is on the look out for a third Brisbane apartment site as the Sydney-based billionaire considers shifting more of his development north.

"When we came to Brisbane, we couldn't sell at all," he said. "But I believed what I had to offer was what the market wants." Mr Triguboff said he had been helped by the fact that other Brisbane CBD apartment projects had been shelved.

The Australian

"And so while Triguboff might be making money in the short term, he knows that long term if NSW keeps shooting itself in the foot, the population will leave for the greener pastures of Victoria and Queensland where they can buy a house or apartment for a fraction of the Sydney price."

Business Spectator

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