Historic Soldiers' Club will be restored under conditions of resource consent
A three-storey building in central Wellington, designed by the same architects who drew up plans for the Sky Tower, has been put on the market.
Earthquake risk report shows city's heritage art deco architecture is "more robust than initially thought".
Eight-storey Wellington office block, formerly known as the Sun Alliance building, is for sale.
Hot of the heels of a $55 million Auckland sale, US company Host is selling two of its multi-million dollar hotels in central Wellington.
A large industrial site in Lower Hutt has been bought back by its former owner for $8.5 million.
Thousands of Wellingtonians embracing inner city living are contributing to a rise in convenience retail stores.
A company, co-owned by prominent Wellington property investor Charlie Zheng, has bought Datacom House.
Wellington East Girls’ College is set for a $39 million rebuild of its historic main block.
The former General Motors building in Trentham has been sold to Peter Jackson’s Weta group of companies.
The newest and biggest commercial retail hub in the Manawatu region is up for sale.
A prominent Masterton developer is selling two of his commercial properties in Wairarapa.
Commercial buildings in the Capital lose half their value if yellow or red-stickered.
Wellington property magnates the Chow brothers buy a shell company to list their $200m portfolio.
Lower Hutt is to get its first "four-star-plus" hotel.
A well-known Kapiti Coast property is on the market.
A fully-leased high-profile commercial property in central Wellington has been put on the market.
Cherry Orchard Antiques on Tinakori Rd is on the market.
The search is on for tenants for an iconic character space on Kent Tce in Wellington.
The 145-year-old Plimmer House building, and the land it sits on, has been put on the market.
Property magnates have hotel plans for one of town's largest office buildings.
Private training schools are increasingly choosing to lease the upper floors of largely secondary-grade office buildings in central cities, rather than ground floor campuses.
Auckland businessman Richard Didsbury has become Property Council of New Zealand's 2015 Member Laureate.
One of Wellington's oldest residents has finally received the makeover it deserves.
It could be winner takes all for rival groceries on opposite sides of Aro St.
Couple buy historic pub, confident that Featherston is about to blossom.
Office towers get new lease of life as apartments and accommodation blocks.
Twelve commercial office buildings in Wellington's CBD sold for $375m between January and August.
A cake stall holder is leaving the central city Capital Market after a tenancy dispute.
Wellington Airport announces $35m build, to be open by late 2017.