Scentre Group Ltd has sold 3 New Zealand shopping centres, leaving it with 100% of only one New Zealand mall.
Listed shell company NZF Group Ltd’s directors are still looking for a party to undertake a reverse listing after extinguishing all its balance sheet liability attributable to the capital notes.
Auckland Council’s finance & performance committee agreed last week to contribute $15 million toward restoring the St James Theatre.
The Government introduced its substantive bill overhauling the Resource Management Act to Parliament yesterday.
Augusta Capital Ltd has entered into a development & lease variation agreement with Oji Fibre Solutions (NZ) Ltd (formerly Carter Holt Harvey Pulp & Paper Ltd) and the existing Augusta managed syndicate that owns Oji’s Penrose premises.
NZX-listed residential property developer CDL Investments NZ Ltd launched the sales programme for its Prestons Park development in Christchurch yesterday.
Arvida Group Ltd expects to exceed its full-year profit forecasts after a strong interim result.
Building & Housing Minister Nick Smith and mayor Len Brown released the second-year monitoring report of the Auckland housing accord with an optimistic view on Wednesday.
Bayleys agents have signed a sale on a 6.9% yield and 2 leases in separate transactions in Mt Eden.
Strong bidding saw 5 apartments sold under the hammer at Ray White City Apartments’ auction yesterday.
All 4 apartments auctioned at City Sales yesterday were sold under the hammer.
4 of the 7 apartments auctioned at Bayleys on Wednesday were sold under the hammer. A Kaukapakapa farm with a range of potential conversions, including subdivision, was also sold.
12 the 32 “intensive living” properties on Barfoot & Thompson’s auction list on Wednesday were sold at the auction, one prior and one post.
Council action on heritage demolition, dog access, northern breakaway, Kaipara Harbour – 5 apartments sell at Ray White auction – 14 “intensive living” units, 2 sections & a showroom sell at Barfoots – 4 apartments & a farm sell at Bayleys – All 4 sell at City Sales auction – Goodman settles 2 Addington sales […]
Scentre (NZ) Ltd’s resource consent application to double the size of its Westfield St Lukes mall will be determined non-notified, which excludes other parties from the process.
Three Kings United Group president Garry Bryant said yesterday the land swap agreement between Auckland Council & Fletcher Residential Ltd around the Three Kings volcanic cone & quarry “is not yet a done deal”.
The Government-owned Hobsonville Land Co Ltd and Australian company AVJennings Ltd will jointly develop the next precinct of the Hobsonville Point subdivision at the top of the harbour, Buckley B.
NZX-listed property company NPT Ltd increased its half-year trading profit by 6.05% to $3.3 million.
Bayleys has reported 7 sales & 11 leases in the industrial areas in the east of the isthmus.
Knight Frank South Auckland has reported a sale and a lease by its South Auckland director of industrial sales & leasing, Josh Franklin.
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New Zealand’s net migrant inflow jumped again in October to an annual rate of 62,477.
Auckland grew at 119 people/day in the last year, according to the latest research from Statistics NZ. That’s equal to demand for about 44 new homes/day at an occupancy rate of 2.7/household.
I don’t have a mayoral campaign speech from former Labour leader Phil Goff, but I do have one on his behalf from independent right-wing Orakei councillor & master of the slogan Cameron Brewer.
Goff delivers aspiration rather than policy for Auckland mayoralty bid Caption: Phil Goff.
Bayleys North Shore agents have concluded 2 sales, one on Constellation Drive and the other at Riverhead, and 4 lease transactions this month.
Queenstown developer Porter Group Ltd announced a proposal this week for a $50 million 9.8km gondola linking Remarkables Park to the Remarkables alpine recreation area.
Knight Frank agents have concluded 2 sales & a lease.
Property Council branches have made a posthumous award to Infinity Investment Group Ltd managing director Bob Robertson in Christchurch and a long service award to barrister Doug Arcus in Hamilton.
Ryman Healthcare Ltd’s underlying profit rose 6% to $70.3 million in the first half, and valuation gains lifted the reported profit after tax by 23% to $132.6 million.
Z Energy Ltd said on Friday the Overseas Investment Office had consented to the company’s proposed acquisition of Caltex service station owner Chevron NZ Ltd.
Parliament helped the panel hearing submissions on the proposed Auckland unitary plan to stay on track this week when it passed the Local Government (Auckland Transitional Provisions) Amendment Bill.
Auckland councillor Mike Lee, chair of the regional council when it returned Ports of Auckland Ltd to full public-sector ownership, almost sprang to the rescue yesterday of the sell-side capitalists among his colleagues.
Harrison Grierson appoints chief financial officer – Hitchcock joins Tamaki Redevelopment board – Duncan named Housing NZ deputy chair, Schur & Henare join board – Smales Farm bolsters management after extending board – Wong moves to office agency at CBRE – Hamilton latest project director to join Building Intelligence Group – Reid joins NPT as […]