Goodman Property Trust is selling five "blue chip" properties in Christchurch so it can reinvest elsewhere.
Internet body moves to get its subsidiaries on same floor.
A retro landmark of Wellington's retail scene has met the wrecking ball.
A retail and office development on a prime Petone site will involve hundreds of jobs.
Property news from around the country.
Capital's office market thaws, and an economist gives its housing market the thumbs-up.
Changes are underway at the old Te Puni mail distribution centre in Petone.
A Wellington couple use their house-building skills to raise money for charity.
The 132 room, four star Travelodge Hotel in Wellington is for sale.
One of Wellington's quirkiest workplaces is in an old bank.
A local investor has bought 125 The Terrace for $65 million.
Building work on Cuba Central gets underway.
Porirua's Todd Park looks likely to change hands again.
Empty shops are becoming a more common sight in Dunedin's retail heart.
A taste of luxury in Wairarapa's wine country goes on the market.
Mystery surrounds when work will begin on the long-promised Countdown in Wellington cbd.
Wellington couple file legal action against James Hardie over leaky home claim.
Auckland has all the ingredients to be Australasia's first 'tech hub,' says expert
Three quake-prone Wellington buildings will get a financial boost.
Old Public Trust Building prepares for its big reveal
Wellington to honour its own commercial property trailblazers.
Prominent Christchurch site goes to mayor-led development firm
House prices are not expected to stop rising, according to latest survey
OPINION: Property speculators are running a different business to landlords, says Andrew King
Central Queenstown has traded on its good looks long enough and is in danger of losing its appeal, a new business group believes.
Strong bidding for a commercial and residential opportunity in Lyall Bay.
Conditions are conspiring to rachet up demand for Wellington and Auckland commercial property
A $13 million entertainment and retail is set to be built in Rotorua's Te Ngae Road.
Vistavision gave way to television as the decline of Wellington's great cinema age began in the 1960s.
The sale of 19 New Zealand supermarkets could be the first of a wave of retail properties with leaseback clauses