Township's golf course and land for commercial and housing seeks buyer.
Auckland and Wellington are among the most expensive cities in the world to rent offices.
Is rent-a-desk the way of the future?
The media company's Auckland office move is the latest step in a real estate transformation.
Households with one working partner increasingly priced out of housing.
Giant beams of "glulam" are being erected at the new Wellington Airport terminal extension.
A Wellington developer's ''folly'' is scrubbing up nicely.
Plans are in the pipeline for another modern business complex in central Lower Hutt.
A boutique hotel with a homely touch is up for sale.
Call for ideas from those wanting to be involved commercially in social housing.
Plans are stepped up for the replacement of ''freezing'' apartments.
Are six supermarkets really needed in Porirua, some residents are asking.
Johnsonville Mall owner buys string of supermarkets which include Johnsonville Countdown.
Catholics sell off two churches and a school in Kapiti.
HP House is being sold by its Australian owners.
Countdown is about to start on its second Porirua supermarket.
Tawa's 'big box' outlet is filling up quickly, with a Wellington Beds factory outlet announced as the the latest tenant
Laneway updated to better connect the government end of town.
Council's improvements to new inner-city neighbour gets a gong from the property industry.
Capital building owners get new tool to fight high energy use.
Good news for capital's first-home buyers - in stark contrast to the picture in Auckland.
Kiwi Property boss Chris Gudgeon builds a case for tax breaks on seismic strengthening.
Eastern suburbs medical centre up for sale.
Creative Cuba precinct prompts sale of character Marion St building.
Demolition of hospital likely to start this year, say new owners.
Plans are well advanced for a big new retail and office block at the juncture of Manners Mall and Victoria St.
Controversial developers put big block of Lake's Edge on market.
Large-scale coolstore and food processing plants are being built, but Napier and Hastings retailers are hurting.
Softer residential building data will be offset with work to come, says economist.
Tenants drag Wellington's office area southwards.