Tweet of the day: Cameron Kusher believes units are getting smaller and smaller

Tweet of the day: Cameron Kusher believes units are getting smaller and smaller
Tweet of the day: Cameron Kusher believes units are getting smaller and smaller

Senior research analyst at CoreLogic Cameron Kusher has said that he thinks apartments are getting smaller and smaller across the country.

He expressed his opinion through his twitter handle @cmkusher this morning but suggested other country's are far worse off.

His opinions come as former Victorian premier turned media commentator Jeff Kennett took a swipe at developers when spoke to the Australian Financial Review - on Caydon's $1 billion high-rise proposal for the historic Nylex silos

Kennett told The Australian Financial Review, ahead of the release of new Victorian apartment design guidelines that Melbourne developers were building too many small, poorly designed apartments and cramming too many apartments into small sites in the suburbs.

"We're going to hit a brick wall soon," he said.

The Macrobusiness website picked up on the shoebox living theme.

Caydon said the company was "committed to landing on an outcome that creates a new and interesting place for people to work and live."

 

Tweet of the day: Cameron Kusher believes units are getting smaller and smaller

 

 

 

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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