Commercial Property

Willis St office floor for sale

Level 8 of Crowe Horwath House on Willis St, is for sale by private treaty, with a possible lease arrangement with the ...

Prime office space in Wellington CBD is up for sale.

Grocery store sold

The main block of land and the single-storey supermarket building have a rateable value $1.1m. It sold for twice that figure.

Land and buildings that house Countdown on the Kapiti Coast sold for millions.

Council united as one on hills development

Upper Hutt mayoral candidate Alan Jefferies is opposed to the city's proposed land swap.

Land swap opponents put in their place as council moves on

Two weeks: $8m worth of sales

The site of the former Greytown Four Square store and adjoining land, which was developed into new retail spot, sold to ...

Two properties in the Wairarapa have sold for moreĀ than $8 millionĀ over the past two weeks.

Heritage 'hero' recognised - again

Well-known Wellington developer and engineer Maurice Clark won the Greenwood Roche Wellington Laureate Award at this ...

Leading Wellington developers wins award for work on heritage buildings.

Go ahead for new surf club

The design for the new Lyall Bay Surf Life Saving Club and public toilets due to be completed in late 2017.

Lyall Bay's historic Wellington surf club is getting a $3.3 million rebuild.

Trust won't buy railway station

The Port Nicholson Block Settlement Trust will not be buying Wellington railway station.

Trust elects not to exercise right of first refusal over Wellington landmark.

New life for old bank

Cameron Macneil, owner of the old ANZ building on Upper Hutt's Main St.

Change for the better coming for a former bank on Upper Hutt's Main St.

Bid to stop Shelly Bay sale video

Shelly Bay, much of which has been owned by the Port Nicholson Block Settlement Trust since 2009.

Urgent Waitangi Tribunal hearing sought to stop a deal over a key Wellington waterfront development.

Rare development site sells

A corner site in Udy Street, Petone has sold to New Field Investments.

The building will be demolished, but the new owners forked out $2.5 million for the site.

Sale nets Serepisos' mum $1m

Alliki Serepisos sold the building which houses popular cafe The Larder to an investment firm.

Property dealing kept in the family as Alliki Serepisos sells a Wellington restaurant building for more than $1 million.

National Portrait: The radical Roger Walker

Renowned Wellington architect Roger Walker.

Me radical? Unconventional architect Roger Walker has always tried to make where we live a bit more interesting.

Waterfront building sells for millions

The White House Restaurant was one of Wellington's fine dining restaurants until it closed in 2014.

Building home to Beach Babylon and former White House restaurant sells for $2.5 million.

Notorious murder office sells gallery

The bodies of Gene and Eugene Thomas were found on the third floor of the Invincible Building.

Office where Eugene and Gene Thomas were shot has sold for $2.3 million.

Work begins on Petone Kmart

The proposed new Kmart store in Petone, Wellington.

Attention Wellington, Petone's getting a Kmart, but don't plan on doing your Christmas shopping there.

Grocery store for sale

Otaki Countdown on Mill Rd is up for grabs.

Land and buildings that house Countdown on the Kapiti Coast is up for grabs.

Derelict Cooks resort nears sale

12042015 Business Photo: SUPPLIED. Rarotonga. Sheraton Hotel.

The shunned site has sat abandoned since the 90s. Has an owner finally come along?

Re-shuffling creates space

The Majestic Centre is one of just a few major A-grade office buildings in central Wellington with space available to lease.

There is now more space available in A-grade Wellington buildings, as businesses move around.

Construction costs force prices up

Construction costs are rising, forcing the price of renting and buying offices and houses to increase.

Construction costs are rising, forcing the price of renting and buying offices and houses to increase.

Apartment development up for grabs

A Wellington car park  in Alpha St is mooted to be replaced by a high-rise apartment block is on the market.

A Wellington car park mooted to be replaced by a high-rise apartment block is up for sale.

Capital confidence increases

Business in Wellington remain confident about the capital’s economy.

Outlook for Wellington's economy improves in latest Nielson survey.

Apartment deadline extended

Mary Potter Hospice has unveiled a revamped design for its multi-storey residential apartment block in Wellington's ...

A change to legislation gives designers of Mary Potter Hospice apartments more time.

'Seminal' building for chop

The Conservation Department's former visitor centre at Aniwaniwa, Te Urewera National Park.

Architectural treasure to come down, but it's okay says DOC, because the building's "spirit" will go into a new one

New York style living in Wellington

Chris Parkin's new project involves turning HP House into a mix of apartments and offices.

A 24 hour a day concierge service, and a doorman who knows everyone's name. These apartments are coming to Wellington.

Industrial space dwindling

One of the few industrial properties in Lower Hutt up for lease.

There is now only 10 rugby fields of industrial space left to lease in the Wellington region.

Retail investment up for grabs

A High St property in Lower Hutt is in a popular retail strip.

A Lower Hutt building in a popular retail strip is up for sale, as owners choose to retire.

Wellington: A tenant's market

PWC, rural insurer FMG and the Co-operative Bank will move into Wellington's new waterfront building, when it is ...

Now is a good time for companies to consider moving office spaces.

Sir Bob Jones' $32m building

Sir Bob Jones has bought ASB Bank Tower for $32 million.

Property mogul is the latest in a string of owners for tower, which was previously Terry Serepisos' office.

Shelly Bay a step closer to Sausalito

Wellington City Council is understood to have made a deal to sell its land at Shelly Bay to  developer Ian Cassels.

Wellington City Council land sale to developer could see revamp of collection of derelict buildings.

Women-only gyms split 'amicable'

The national franchise for Configure Express says it was “mutually beneficial to part ways” with four Wellington gyms.

National chain says split will be "mutually beneficial" but neither side say why it's happening.

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