David Jones settles Kirkcaldie’s deal – Ryman buys third Melbourne retirement village site – Fletcher nets $85 million from Rocla divestment – Warehouse moves to Atrium on Elliott – Ethics standards for property sector out to global consultation
Consent has been granted to a Shanghai developer for a 52-storey 209m multi-use tower on Victoria St in the Auckland cbd – 15 floors & 50m shorter than the building a Korean developer got consent for 5½ years ago, but it would still be the country’s second-tallest building.
Shanghai developer gets consent for bungy site tower – Beaumont leasehold plus 2 Tower Hill units sell – Waterfront Auckland loses “clean & tidy” fight with Mobil
Published 20 July 2009 Public consultation on a draft design proposed for Elliot & Darby Sts has opened, closing Friday 31 July. The Auckland City Council design is for Elliot St to be a shared space and Darby St to be a closed mall: “A new concept in Auckland, shared spaces has been introduced in many […]
Published 30 June 2008 SkyCity Entertainment Group Ltd withdrew its opposition to Dae Ju Housing Co Ltd’s 67-storey Elliott Tower on the long-vacant site beside the Rifleman Building on Albert St & Atrium on Elliott last week, allowing a consent order to be signed. Dae Ju got consent for its 259-unit tower last October […]
Published 30 October 2007Dae Ju Housing Co Ltd has secured resource consent for its $400 million 67-storey Elliott Tower apartment development in the Auckland cbd. Hearing panel chairman Leigh McGregor signed the consent 11 days ago, but release of the document was delayed until today. The building will take 4 years to erect on the […]