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Nov 30, 2008
Church of Scientology cancels auction — RealEstate Source
Type: Press
Author(s): Marc Pallisco
Source: RealEstate Source
PROSPECTIVE purchasers and commercial real estate agents were left standing at the altar again this week, after the Church of Scientology abandoned the sale of its city headquarters, just hours before a scheduled auction. The Church blamed planning delays, and other issues concerning the development of its new headquarters, as the reason it cannot vacate its 4-level Melbourne home of almost 30 years. This excuse was cold comfort for the dozens of investors who had shown an interest in the 42 ...
Nov 29, 2008
Scientologists leave buyers at the altar again — The Age (Australia)
Type: Press
Author(s): Marc Pallisco
Source: The Age (Australia)
PROSPECTIVE purchasers and commercial real estate agents were left standing at the altar again this week, after the Church of Scientology abandoned the sale of its city headquarters, just hours before a scheduled auction. The church blamed planning delays, and other issues concerning the development of its new headquarters, as the reason it cannot vacate its four- level Melbourne home of almost 30 years. This excuse was cold comfort for the dozens of investors who had shown an interest in the ...
Oct 27, 2008
Church of Scientology to Sell City Headquarters — RealEstate Source
Type: Press
Author(s): Marc Pallisco
Source: RealEstate Source
The on again - off again campaign to sell the Church of Scientology Melbourne headquarters at 42 Russell Street is on again, and it’s public. Colliers International’s Matthew Stagg and Pat Burke will auction the Church’s outgoing headquarters, on the north-east corner of Flinders Lane next month. The building has been touted off-market for private sale this year at between $7.5 million and $8 million, but no deal was done. The building was withdrawn from sale just before a scheduled auction ...
Aug 2, 2008
Property commercial market (sub-header: "Travelling North-West") — The Age (Australia)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Marc Pallisco
Source: The Age (Australia)
Written by Marc Pallisco Saturday, 02 August 2008 The Church of Scientology is close to selling its Russell Street headquarters, as it prepares to leave the CBD. Sources say the church will reap about $8 million for the four-level heritage building, on the corner of Flinders Lane. It paid $720,000 in 1980. The church, whose members include Kirstie Alley, Tom Cruise and Lisa Marie Presley, is restoring and renovating the former Sisters of Mercy College in Ascot Vale. It is expected ...
Jul 25, 2008
Church of Scientology to Sell Melbourne CBD Headquarters — RealEstate Source
Type: Press
Author(s): Marc Pallisco
Source: RealEstate Source
The Church of Scientology says it is considering proposals to sell its headquarters in the central business district, in its move to the suburbs. The controversial religious denomination can expect to make about $8 million in today's market for the historic four-level building, on the corner of Russell Street and Flinders Lane. The building occupies a tiny slice of the city block, dominated by the Grand Hyatt hotel and near the 101 Collins Street office building. The Church of Scientology recently ...
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