2 identical one-bedroom units in the Kiwi on Queen apartment block at the top of Queen St (pictured) sold under the hammer for $239,000 each at Ray White City Apartments’ auction yesterday, at $7024/m². They were among 7 sales out of 11 apartments on offer at the auction. Update: One of the properties passed in, […]
Consents for new homes topped 29,000 in June, the first time they’ve done that since 29,329 in the April 2005 year.
Spence returns to Goodman NZ – Patchett joins Bayleys retail team – Rider Levett Bucknall appoints 2 associates – Troute to join Summerset board – Institute of Building appoints operations manager – Context appoints new leadership team – Saunders returns from Asian roles to run CBRE asset services team – Lethbridge joins Lowndes, and 4 […]
Agents at Impression Real Estate have concluded 6 apartment sales around the cbd.
The “unelected”, who will be “sitting in judgment” on Auckland Council’s unitary plan.
The independent panel called to make recommendations on Auckland Council’s proposed unitary plan took a scalpel to a large swathe of the document, saying the plan should just have rules & regulations.
The independent panel that heard submissions on Auckland’s proposed unitary plan delivered its recommendations to the council on Friday and the package was unveiled to councillors and publicly yesterday. While the council isn’t commenting, plenty of other people had instant opinions. Below are those I collected yesterday.
This morning’s auction roundup comes from 4 auction rooms (and 5 auctions) yesterday.
The annual National Construction Pipeline Report, out yesterday, is forecasting $200 billion of construction around the country over the next 6 years.
Australian property investment company Vinta Group Pty Ltd launched a $121.35 million New Zealand fund for wholesale investors with 3 properties yesterday.
Infometrics Ltd’s chief forecaster, Gareth Kiernan, said on Monday new analysis by its economic consultants showed consents for new homes should hit record levels by 2018.
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