Commercial Property

Township's golf course and extra land for sale

The commercially-zoned land on sale includes Pegasus Town's convenience centre.

Township's golf course and land for commercial and housing seeks buyer.

Hike in office rents

Auckland and Wellington are among the most expensive cities in the world to rent offices.

Auckland and Wellington are among the most expensive cities in the world to rent offices.

From couches for shared work spaces

Shared office space is becoming a growing trend, according to Bayleys.

Is rent-a-desk the way of the future?

Fairfax on the move

An artist impression of the new Auckland office for Fairfax Media.

The media company's Auckland office move is the latest step in a real estate transformation.

Proportion of working renters growing

White collar workers unable to buy a house near their work are not good for the economy.

Households with one working partner increasingly priced out of housing.

Glulam gets airport's 'kiss'' of approval

Giant columns of "glulam" are erected at the new Wellington Airport terminal extension.

Giant beams of "glulam" are being erected at the new Wellington Airport terminal extension.

'Mark's Folly' a folly no longer

Glen Hooker, overseer of ''Mark's Folly,'' says the building should be ready for occupation next February.

A Wellington developer's ''folly'' is scrubbing up nicely.

Complex in early stages

Building work planned for the corner of Melling Rd and Connolly St in Lower Hutt.

Plans are in the pipeline for another modern business complex in central Lower Hutt.

European-inspired hotel for sale

The Gourmet Stay hotel in Frederick St is modelled on a European ''pensione''.

A boutique hotel with a homely touch is up for sale.

Social housing call goes out

The Government wants private sector ideas on how to grow the state housing stock.

Call for ideas from those wanting to be involved commercially in social housing.

Apartment block residents wait it out

An architects' impression of the complex's large, sunny courtyard, bordered by three-storey multi-unit buildings with glass stairwells

Plans are stepped up for the replacement of ''freezing'' apartments.

Are six supermarkets really necessary?

Ninety jobs will be created when the new Countdown Aotea is completed in Whitford Brown Ave, Porirua.

Are six supermarkets really needed in Porirua, some residents are asking.

Johnsonville Mall owner buys Countdowns

Countdown Johnsonville was one of the biggest properties in the Antipodean Supermarkets portfolio.

Johnsonville Mall owner buys string of supermarkets which include Johnsonville Countdown.

Kapiti Catholics look to the future

St Patrick's Church, at 14-26 Hinemoa St in Paraparaumu, is one of several Catholic properties up for sale.

Catholics sell off two churches and a school in Kapiti.

Tower building hits the market

HP House in Gilmer Terrace, which is up for sale.

HP House is being sold by its Australian owners.

Work to begin on Countdown Aotea

Ninety jobs will be created when the new Countdown Aotea is completed in Whitford Brown Ave, Porirua.

Countdown is about to start on its second Porirua supermarket.

New tenants for Tawa Junction

The Tawa Junction development, which has undergone a $2 million upgrade in the past 18 months, has spaces left for about two tenants.

 Tawa's 'big box' outlet is filling up quickly, with a Wellington Beds factory outlet announced as the the latest tenant

Grimy laneway gets some love

Deputy mayor Justin Lester (left) with First Retail Group's Chris Wilkinson and councillor Nicola Young venture into the soon-to-be revamped Masons Lane.

Laneway updated to better connect the government end of town.

Council designer recognised by her peers

Anna Harley, a senior urban designer with the Wellington City Council, receiving her Property People award from Beca's Pat Breen.

Council's improvements to new inner-city neighbour gets a gong from the property industry.

Building owners challenged to save energy

Building owners can save big by taking on Microsoft's new energy assessment tool.

Capital building owners get new tool to fight high energy use.

Wellington house prices drop gallery

From the first half of 2013 to the same period in 2015, there was a 2.75 per cent drop in Wellington.

Good news for capital's first-home buyers - in stark contrast to the picture in Auckland.

Seismic work needs tax break

Chris Gudgeon - The Government can't have it both ways.

Kiwi Property boss Chris Gudgeon builds a case for tax breaks on seismic strengthening.

Miramar medical centre up for sale

Miramar Medical Centre's lease ensures the centre can keep operating while the building goes up for sale.

Eastern suburbs medical centre up for sale.

A creative Cuba area oportunity

Built in the 1920s, the Marion St building has plenty of character.

Creative Cuba precinct prompts sale of character Marion St building.

$185,000 to buy a hospital video

Russell Deakin (left) and his brother Gary Deakin bought the former Waipukurau Hospital for $185,000 at auction on Friday

Demolition of hospital likely to start this year, say new owners.

Manners Mall block awaits green light

The Lombard Development will take in the small block between Lombard Lane (at left) and Victoria St between Bond and Manners.

Plans are well advanced for a big new retail and office block at the juncture of Manners Mall and Victoria St.

Queenstown lakeside section for sale

A prime piece of Queenstown lakeside land with previous consent for a hotel is up for sale in the Kawarau Village area.

Controversial developers put big block of Lake's Edge on market.

'Boom and bust' in Hawke's Bay

Napier's retail property market is being hamstrung by strong competition outside the CBD.

Large-scale coolstore and food processing plants are being built, but Napier and Hastings retailers are hurting.

Building boom not over

A huge base for distribution firm DKSH being built near Palmerston North, one of many non-residential constructions underway.

Softer residential building data will be offset with work to come, says economist.

Wellington's CBD shifts south

Tenants are now looking beyond Stewart Dawson's, the traditional southern boundary of Wellington's office area.

Tenants drag Wellington's office area southwards.

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