The stalling of the Terrace project reflects the reality of creating commercial developments in post-earthquake Christchurch, developers say.
The $150m CBD project 'paused' several times already and latest is no different, says Antony Gough.
A shopping and office complex - instead of a hotel - will be built where the Hotel Grand Chancellor once stood.
Developer Antony Gough's celebrated $150 million Terrace project in the central city has stalled due to rising costs.
Eighteen Christchurch premises applied for a special licence to serve alcohol on 'sacrosanct' dates this Easter.
Colombo Street bridge will reopen tomorrow for the first time since the February 22 quake.
The city council may contribute $800k towards strengthening a landmark art deco apartment building in the central city.
Public servants could be back in central Christchurch next spring with Govt to sign on for four new buildings.
More than 50 per cent of Cantabrians want a restored Christ Church Cathedral to stay the same.
A fed-up central-city business owner says that Cera has 'paralysed progress' in High St.
Govt too busy unsuccessfully chasing international money, frustrated city developer claims.
Ngai Tahu should 'take their time' with the cultural precinct in central Christchurch, expert says.
Legal grounds to stop Christchurch's Majestic Theatre being pulled down are still being explored.
The central city could soon be lit up Times Square-style to add to it 'urban buzz and vibrancy'.
Investor slams strict development rules for delaying the City Mall and scaring off tenants.
Rebuild workers trade tool belts for boxing gloves in open-air ring for inaugural charity event.
A man is lucky to be alive after a bullet ricocheted off a rib and exited his back in a confrontation near Hagley Park.
OPINION: Christchurch has plenty of great spots, you just have to make an effort to find them in the ruins.
A $75 million development could become the city's biggest complex since the quakes.
Demolition of the Majestic Theatre will continue despite the council considering a final bid to save the building.
Cantabrians' best chance of seeing Prince William and Catherine is on their walk through Latimer Square.
Traffic belting along an unsealed section of Moorhouse Ave are engulfing businesses in clouds of dust.
A five-month "tale of woe" has ended after water started flowing at a Greening the Rubble project in central Christchurch.
Bar owners applaud city council's move to delay implementing restrictions on selling alcohol.
Entry to the Cardboard Cathedral will remain free, despite it costing about $600 a day to keep the building open.
A man has been hit by a car on Kipling St, near Brougham St.
Motorists heading north out of central Christchurch could face delays after a two-car crash.
They were clad in black. They sported swastika tattoos. They were there to make a statement.
White supremacists clashed with anti-racism protesters in the central city today.
Another would-be developer is selling up after abandoning building plans in the city.
The city council is seeking ideas from the public for the new central city library.
Talks between the council and Cera have failed to save the heritage-listed Majestic Theatre building.
Central city scheme could lower energy costs for customers by up to 15 per cent.
Protesters marching against the demolition of the Majestic Theatre are holding up traffic.
A restaurant locked in battle with neighbours over noise has been granted a liquor licence so long as part of it shuts early.
Restoration of the Christ Church Cathedral could be a condition of any post-election coalition deal, Winston Peters says.
Police now believe two assaults on central city sex workers are linked but have no new leads.
Repairs expected to take between six and nine months began yesterday on the Armagh St bridge.
Designs for Fitzgerald Ave quake-damage repairs possibly increased the flood risk, council confirms.
A search is on for four people believed to have been involved in a violent assault involving a spade.
Police have released security camera images of a man being sought in relation to two assaults on sex workers on Friday.
Science Alive! will move to the inner city and try to be an "innovative tourism attraction".
The race to install candidates in time for the election is heating up with Tony Milne selected for Christchurch Central.
Tensions are mounting between bars and police over the enforcement of new alcohol laws.
Demolishing accommodation buildings in the East Frame only to replace them with new apartment buildings is madness, a city activist says.
National's Nicky Wagner will "definitely" contest Christchurch Central seat against Labour's Tony Milne.
An experienced prostitute will not be on the street tonight because she fears for her safety after "disgusting and appalling" attacks on two sex workers.
Police investigating the mysterious disappearance of a Christchurch man more than two decades ago still have no idea what happened to him.
City container mall retained for at least another year thanks to a $1.27m government grant.
Gerry Brownlee is expected to confirm the next stage of Christchurch's container mall today.
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