Commercial Property

Heritage tells our story

Ihaka House at Hato Paora College was built in 1912 by Ernest Short for use as a farmhouse and sold to the Catholic ...

Opinion: Heritage buildings serve as stand-out features set against bland blocks of buildings that are reminiscent of everywhere and nowhere.

Business district a step closer

Tawa's CBD could be rejuvenated now that it will officially overcome a Business Improvement District.;

Businesses in fourth Wellington suburb are banding together for the good of the area.

(Almost) gone in 60 seconds video

Demolition of the earthquake damaged building at 61 Molesworth St began in late November.

Demolition of quake-prone Wellington building captured in single minute.

Big Bertha pulls down car park

Reading Carpark demolition. View from Tory St and Wakefield St.

Monster machinery attracts spectators as Reading car park in Wellington starts coming down.

Machinery moves on to Reading

Demolition is set to begin on the Reading Cinema car park as a high tech periscopic crane is moved into place.

'Big Bertha' crane moves in for Reading car park demolition.

More affordable housing for city

The council plans to partner with private developers to build houses in the city. The concept is being trialled with the ...

Taskforce seeks solution for capital before Auckland-style housing crisis.

Stewart Dawsons Corner no longer

The Stewart Dawsons Building is flanked on either side by the Fletcher's Building, left, and the Equitable Building And ...

The Wellington jewellers are not returning to the site they've occupied for 116 years.

Wage subsidy extension a 'relief'

281216. News. KEVIN STENT/FAIRFAX NZ. A large volume of metal has been placed at the bottom end of Tory Street in ...

Quake-affected Wellington businesses welcome extra two months of state help.

Tory St cordon extends

The cordon has been extended along Tory St to Wakefield St to prepare for the demolition of Reading Cinema car park.

Cordon to extend on Wellington's Tory St in preparation for Reading car park demolition.

Stats House quake damage revealed

The entranceway to Wellington's Statistics House after last month's magnitude 7.8 quake.

Newly released photos show fallen support beams and shattered glass.

Commercial property forecast: largely sunny

2017 will bring a strong economy and possibly election promises that will boost property, Colliers says.

The fortunes of this year's investment darling - commercial property - are tied heavily to the economy.

Bird's Nest architect's capital plans

Embassy architect Li Xing Ang previously worked on Beijing National Stadium, also known as the Bird's Nest, for the 2008 ...

Chinese embassy said to be planning a "mini village" beside Basin Reserve.

K Road gets some glitz

Roy Ward thinks the St Kevin's Arcade renovations are respectful to the buildings heritage.

A $2.5 million revamp of St Kevin's Arcade on Auckland's notorious K Road has been completed.

Hutt cinema plans a sequel

Event Cinemas has the "intention" to rebuild at Queensgate, the mall's manager says.

Queensgate expects Event Cinemas to return after quake-forced demolition.

Stringent tests for 80 buildings video

Early results from a Government investigation of earthquake-resilience failures at Statistics House have revealed about ...

Owners of 80 buildings in Wellington's CBD must carry out invasive testing.

The heritage question

One proposal to strengthen the Civic Chambers building was thwarted because the council was worried it would affect its ...

Can Wellington save its heritage buildings before an earthquake brings them down?

Fire forces lengthy Sofitel closure

Jardin Grill was extensively damaged by the fire, and hotel rooms were smoke-damaged.

$51m hotel opened in July will now be shut until next July - missing Lions tour.

Shed 35 to be torn down

CentrePort's derelict brick cargo Shed 35, at centre,  is to be demolished after being deemed to dangerous after ...

"It's a nice old building, but it's done for,'' says council boss Chris Laidlaw.

Hutt retailers need support

Lower Hutt  Mayor Ray Wallace told Santa that his wish for Christmas was no more earthquakes and a busy last week for ...

Lower Hutt retailers need your support.

Queenstown's affordable cousin

The Delta in Te Anau will ultimately release 240 sections.

Sections are snapped up in Te Anau amid a southern housing shortage as property becomes too pricey in Queenstown.

A taste of the country life

In off-peak traffic, 47 Constable Rd, Waiuku, is a 55 minute drive from Auckland CBD.

Two rural Auckland property opportunities are separately trying to lure city-dwellers to the country.

Zespri's new headquarters

The Point England Reserve housing project proposed by Ngati Paoa and Tamaki Redevelopment Company.

Zespri builds a new $42m head office in Tauranga.

Large retail block rides wave of interest

Baby Factory and Spotlight lease this 4974 square metre building in Molesworth St, New Plymouth.

A significant retail building in New Plymouth's CBD is for sale.

Bank staff spread across town

Between them, the closed BNZ and Statistics House buildings represent just over 30,000 square metres of space.

1100 BNZ workers are scattered around Wellington, with their headquarters out of action for at least 6 months.

Capital 'dodged a bullet' in quake video

An artist's impression of how Press Hall's courtyard could look.

Opening Press Hall with aims to enliven part of the city, Wellington developer welcomes return to "stiff" building design.

All clear - except one

The building on the corner of Lyndey Pl South, Porirua, is the only building in the city to be closed off after the ...

Porirua's buildings came off pretty much unscathed in the recent earthquake.

Die, mall, die

Last minute Christmas shopping at Westfield St Lukes shopping mall.

Customers are seriously falling out of love with the mall - is there any way to lure them back?

From hot metal to hot food

Wellington Press Hall developer Maurice Clark and First Retail Group managing director Chris Wilkinson charge their ...

People will soon be enjoying a meal where Wellington papers once rolled off the presses.

Fee-free office listings

Fee-free Trade Me listings for businesses looking for new offices after quake.

Free Trade Me listings for businesses looking for new offices following 7.8 magnitude quake.

Half-billion revamp for Wellington

The development would be a joint venture between the Port Nicholson Block Development Trust and The Wellington Company.

Hotel, brewery and hundreds of new homes hinted at in new plans.

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