Industrial vacancy halves and retail continues to rally, as capital becomes more attractive to investors.
A Chinese investor, who owns property in Lower Hutt, is believed to have bought the famous Wellington hotel.
Fund made up of Wellington office buildings gets OIO approval.
Many Wellington schools are full and thousands more students are forecast to arrive in the next 30 years, so do we need a new school in Wellington?
Popular Taupo holiday park All Seasons Kiwi Holiday Park has been put on the market.
Old Bank Arcade retailers in battle to change council's stance on street signage.
Mall owners promise revamp next year after The Warehouse announces intention to move out.
Auckland and Wellington are among the cheapest major cities in the world to rent industrial space - ranked 38th and 71st respectively.
A large building in New Plymouth leased by one of the country's wealthiest families is up for sale.
The Conservation House on Manners St and the Tel Tower on Willis St have been put on the market.
Education Ministry is having a rethink about the location of a kura kaupapa due to odour problems from mushroom farm
Insurance Council says unsecured fixtures in the ceilings of office blocks pose significant threat to the life.
Horticulture land sales have bucked the trend of a generally depressed rural market.
Tests show hundreds of staff are in buildings that could suffer same fate as the BNZ.
From derelict building to open-plan office and living spaces, the Kent Flats have a new lease of life.
A battle could be looming between a developer and the airport over land at Shelly Bay.
A Hamilton shopping mall in the central city has been sold to Stark Property for $13.4 million.
A new tourism campaign is promoting the capital as an unlikely winter destination.
Huka Lodge owner, Alex van Heeren, has brought his US$25 million dispute to the Court of Appeal.
A large commercial building in the hustle and bustle of Wellington's Cuba St - once owned by former bankrupt property developer Terry Serepisos - is up for grabs.
Retailers want to keep a Christmas 'gold coin' bus fare initiative that Wellington City Council is set to scrap.
NZ Post renews lease on its Wellington headquarters.
Nelson company forks out more than $10m for Porirua outlet retail centre.
Hastings ratepayers will fund strengthening work to reopen the century-old Hawke's Bay Opera House.
Earthquake strengthening costs twice as much as thought
Wellington developer Maurice Clark was labelled a "hero" when he took on the $10 million restoration project of the Old Public Trust Building.
New Zealand's largest listed company has increased it's property portfolio by $179 million, lifting the overall value to a record $2.7 billion.
The sale of one of the Hawke's Bay's biggest private medical healthcare might be just what the doctor ordered.
Investment in New Zealand's commercial property market is ramping up once again, with confidence in the sector at its highest level in two years.