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The new Westfield Newmarket, Auckland which opened in early October, has set a new standard in food and hospitality for New Zealand with its suite of modern cafes, food stores, The Eatery Food Hall and the amazing Rooftop On Broadway The Urban Developer The “jewel in the crown” of the development, the centre’s dining and entertainment offer is a design driven dining destination for the entire family. Continue →
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With interest rates low and likely to go lower, many savers, depositors and investors are now in search for a higher yield on their funds, says James Kellow, Director of New Zealand Mortgages & Securities (NZMS) Kiwi investors love property with the medium to long-term lease income profile and net return of commercial leases attractive to them.  Continue →
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Commercial property investors in Wellington remain positive about the market despite the potential impacts of a proposed capital gains tax The latest quarterly Commercial Property Investor Confidence Survey by Colliers International reveals that buoyant business conditions are providing a positive environment for commercial property, with strong demand for all businesses servicing the domestic market. Continue →
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Auckland and Wellington office landlords will hold the balance of power this year, while tenants will likely have more room for negotiation in Christchurch’s office sector, says Colliers International’s Director of Research and Communications, Chris Dibble Dibble says in Auckland, there is strong tenant demand, a shortage of available office space across the region and static net supply created from a development pipeline keeping pace with ongoing stock reductions from refurbishments and conversions. Continue →
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Proptech innovation continues to change the way real estate is built, managed and used, from reducing construction costs and streamlining documentation processes to centralising building amenities with cloud-based solutions Proptech is one small part of a wider digital transformation attempting to fast track and enhance the property industry. Continue →
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The strength of the sector may come as a surprise to some given much of Auckland’s housing market is going sideways, but the fervour for hotel developments has left the city short of top level office stock Good commercial buildings in downtown Auckland have never been worth more than they are today reckons James Kellow, a director with New Zealand Mortgages & Securities (NZMS), Auckland’s largest non-bank property development financier. Continue →
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Auckland’s metropolitan office vacancy rate has edged downwards due to strong demand for new developments in the city fringe and suburbs, new research from Colliers International has found Artist’s impression of the office spaces under construction at 33 Broadway, Newmarket The latest Colliers Essentials report found the overall metropolitan office vacancy rate dipped to 6.0 per cent in March 2018, compared with 6.4 per cent a year ago. Continue →
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Demand for sites at the Western Precinct of  Titanium Park continues to grow, with nine sites sold or under contract – leaving only 40% of the precinct available Waitomo Energy and importer and distributor of agricultural machinery, Webbline, are the latest companies to identify the business park as an important strategic location from which to expand business activity across the region. Continue →
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The CBD retail strips in Auckland and Wellington remain tight but rents are static as retailers wait for the right spaces to become available, Colliers International research has found The latest Colliers Essentials research reports provide a snapshot of the retail real estate markets in the North Island’s two largest centres. Continue →