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first_imgAt the same time, the project meets the demands the pension fund made of its real estate investments, he said.He said it was a high-quality construction in an attractive location with a good tenant on a long lease.The new property is part of the new Esbjerg Strand project, where many other businesses would build their offices.Work is scheduled to start in June this year, and the building ready for occupation by January 2016.PensionDanmark is also investing DKK126m to build a new office for Alfa Laval in the city of Aalborg.PensionDanmark said this would be its first real estate investment in Aalborg and would supplement its existing holdings, which were spread geographically in the Copenhagen area, Aarhus, Odense and the Triangle Region (Trekantområdet) of east Jutland.Construction is set to start this month, with the building scheduled to be ready for occupation in April 2015.PensionDanmark said it had already invested more than DKK12bn in Danish commercial and residential property and aimed to invest a further DKK2bn a year in property in the next few years. Labour-market scheme PensionDanmark is investing DKK381m (€51m) in two office building projects in Jutland.The pension fund said it was putting DKK255m into constructing a new headquarters for engineering firm Semco Maritime in Esbjerg.PensionDanmark said this was its first real estate investment in the west Jutland port.Torben Möger Pedersen, the pension fund’s managing director, said: “With the Semco Maritime headquarters, we are spreading our property portfolio more broadly.”last_img read more

first_img >>>FOLLOW THE COURIER-MAIL REAL ESTATE TEAM ON FACEBOOK<<< Former Lord Mayor Graham Quirk chatting to interested parties at the auction of 6 General St, Hendra on Saturday. He is to become an independent auctioneer. Picture: Debra Bela.“You’ve got to do something in life,” Mr Quirk said, with onlookers calling him a ‘good luck charm’ for the day.“I’m actually going to start auctioneering as an independent auctioneer.“Peter Burgin has given me the opportunity to go around and watch him today.” Brisbane Lord Mayor Graham Quirk inspecting HMAS Brisbane officers in one of his last official engagements as Lord Mayor before handing over to Adrian Schrinner in April. Picture: John Gass, AAP.On May 3 he applied for an auctioneer’s licence and he’s expecting his registration to come through in the next week or so.“I did the REIQ course in 2010 before I was Lord Mayor and I’ve done a lot of charity auctions and horse auctions but this will be something different,” he said.“It will be a bit more out there than some of my press conferences.” Suburbs that are singles hot spots Former Lord Mayor Graham Quirk was an observer at the auction of 6 General St, Hendra. He has applied for his auctioneers licence. Picture: Debra BelaFORMER Lord Mayor Graham Quirk used to run the city, now he’s hoping to sell it.Mr Quirk was discovered on the auction trail on Saturday, in training to become an auctioneer.The man who handed over the keys to the city less than three months ago after eight years at the helm was spotted at the auctions of 6 General St and 75 Pring St in Hendra, learning the ropes from Place auctioneer Peter Burgin. MORE REAL ESTATE STORIEScenter_img Award-winning Place auctioneer Peter Burgin in action. Picture: John Gass, AAP.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus12 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market12 hours agoThe career change comes after Mr Quirk spent three decades in local government before bowing out of politics on April 7. The house at 75 Pring St, Hendra that sold at auction on Saturday for $1.4 million. Picture: supplied.“He’s got a great reputation, a wonderfully honest man and we are happy to have some association with him to see if we could help,” Mr Burgin said.“I think he’ll be great, obviously in terms of his comfort in speaking in front of people but also he’s a down to earth, honest person and that’s important in real estate.” Ensuite without walls goes viral And while he was spotted in north Brisbane yesterday, it is Brisbane south where his new career will be based.“Probably the south siders, I think the multicultural communities will be where my main niche market will be, particularly culturally, to have a former Lord Mayor as the auctioneer might be good. We’ll wait and see.”Mr Quirk went to four auctions in Brisbane on Saturday, in Auchenflower, Hendra and Wavell Heights, with 75 Pring St, Hendra the only house to sell.last_img read more

first_imgLeonard C Bauer, of Moores Hill, Indiana, passed away October 30, 2017 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.He was born July 3, 1926 in Aurora, IN, son of the late Leonard George and Irene Pastner Bauer.Leonard served his country during WWII as a member of the United States Army and Army Air Corp.He worked as a machinist for Fernald, retiring after over 37 years of service.Leonard was a lifetime member of St Mary’s Catholic Church. He loved farming, and enjoyed the cattle. Leonard loved to be outdoors, and had a great sense of humor. He had a strong faith, and loved his family.Surviving are his wife of 64 years, Agnes Bauer of Moores Hill, IN; children, Leonard (Barb) Bauer of Aurora, IN, Martha (Bill) Bishop of Moores Hill, IN, Michael (Amy) Bauer of Aurora, IN, Mark (Juanita) Bauer of Moores Hill, IN, Daniel (Sherry) Bauer of Aurora, IN, Michelle (Marty) Short of Moores Hill, IN;siblings, Richard (Rhodonna) Bauer of Aurora, IN, Mary (Dick Snell) Cornelius of Burlington, KY; two Sister-in-laws, Mary Jo (late Bob) Bauer of Monroe, OH, Jean (late Raymond) Bauer of Aurora, IN; grandchildren, Erica (Brian) Alsip, Greg (Rachel) Bishop, Kevin Bishop, Alison (Marshall) Williamson, Mikey Bauer, Kristen Bauer, Danielle Bauer, Matthew Bauer, Robert Schwarz, Joshua Schwarz; great-grandchildren, Conner and Zeke Alsip, Katherine and Rebecca Bishop, Kolt Klayman, and several step-grandchildren, step-great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren.He was preceded in death by brothers, Raymond Bauer, and Bob Bauer.Friends will be received at St Mary’s Catholic Church, Aurora, Indiana, Thursday, November 2, 2017 from 9:00 am to 11:00 am.Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11:00 am, with Father Stephen Donahue officiating.Interment will follow in the Greendale Cemetery, Greendale, Indiana.Contributions may be made to the St Mary’s Catholic Church, St Mary’s School, or Moores Hill Life Squad. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.comlast_img read more