Complications from last July's quake have delayed a refit of Reading Courtenay Central in Wellington.
Work has started on strengthening another Wellington landmark - the former Evening Post building in Willis St.
A large industrial property next to the Mitre 10 Mega in Petone is on the market.
Inland Revenue staff have returned to their refurbished and quake-strengthened IRD processing centre at Jepsen Grove, Wallaceville, after being rehoused in Lower Hutt since last year.
Briscoes is planning a large new bulk retail development on the former Colgate factory and office in Petone.
Two-thirds of the first 39 homes to be built in the redevelopment of Housing NZ's former gang-plagued Pomare community have been sold off the plans, the developer says.
Hastings' new Carl's Jr fast food outlet, Godfrey's vacuum cleaner shop, Dick Smith Electronics store and Vodafone shop are on the market.
Caffe L'affare founder Jeff Kennedy is selling the soon-to-be vacant Eftpos building in Tory St.
A Lower Hutt block of shops leased to Evans's and Paper Plus is back on the market just three years after it changed hands. The shops are at 224-228 High St and wrap around the corner into Waterloo Rd.
A block of three Tawa shops and an adjacent block of four flats are being put up for auction on behalf of the Tom Cho Family Trust.
Tenders for the demolition of the portico between the civic building and the library are about to be sought.
A major development opportunity on prime land in Petone has come up as New Zealand Post moves to sell its massive processing centre.
A large warehouse complex in Tawa - empty for almost a decade - could become a "regional fitness hub" with leasing negotiations in full swing.
The multimillion-dollar care facility at what used to be the Whitireia Polytechnic in Paraparaumu is open for business.
Christchurch's post-earthquake demolition boom appears over but not before companies pocketed nearly $90 million from government-managed contracts, figures reveal.
Foster Construction has been awarded the contract to build a new $22 million 100-room Novotel in New Plymouth.
A quarter of the listed historic sites in Christchurch have been lost and the future of another quarter hangs in the balance, a heritage watchdog group says.
The Crazy Horse Steakhouse building is for sale and whoever buys it may install new tenants.
An award-winning Marlborough winery is on the market for an investor to splash the cash on.
Work to quake strengthen Wellington Town Hall has been halted after a $17m budget blowout.
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