The multiple disciplines to ensure functionality of the built environment by integrating people, place, process and technology. Facilities management is included in the Property Management Fee.
The cost of fitting out a premises, including the cost of any suppliers, consultants and contractors engaged.
The builder contracts to carry out certain works at a predetermined lump sum payment. This type of contract does not contain a rise and fall clause.
A large and dominant retail signature store showcasing the best and widest variety of merchandise for a particular brand. Flagship stores may serve as a mini-anchor in a shopping centre; be an iconic standalone building, or be located within a prominent shopping district. e.g. H&M at Melbourne's GPO.
An area devoted to permanent retail tenancies offering a range of prepared foods for on-premises consumption with a common seating area. Can be in either a retail or office property.
A fund is a structure where at least three investors' capital is pooled together and managed as a single entity with a common investment objective.
Expenses incurred predominantly at fund level to maintain the fund operations.
A charge paid to a fund’s manager for their management services.
Fund management fees cover services including:
– managing the fund level structure
– arrangement of financing
– fund administration
– fund reporting; and
– investor relations
The fund management fee is generally a fixed percentage of Net Asset Value (NAV) or Gross Asset Value (GAV).
A business or individual specialising in the investment of a portfolio of assets on behalf of individuals or organisations. ISPT Pty Ltd is a Fund Manager.
The total value of assets managed by the fund management organisation. This is the gross asset value (GAV) of all assets.
Taking action against possible negative consequences of anticipated future events or circumstances. For example, sustainable buildings which use less water and energy than conventional buildings thereby providing a buffer against future increases in water and energy services costs and protecting against services shortages.