An apartment in Perspective on College Hill (pictured above) was sold shortly after today’s auction at City Sales.
Objectors to a stormwater & sewage holding tank to be built under expensive houses along the St Marys Bay ridge overlooking the Westhaven marina had their complaints rejected by a hearing panel last Friday, but a council committee will be back to hear them again this Friday.
Bob Dey Property Report, weekly diary
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Bayleys agents have sold 7 commercial properties around the North Island – in Levin, Napier, New Plymouth, Petone & Upper Hutt.
A city loft and an Onehunga property zoned for intensification sold at Bayleys’ residential auctions last week.
Streetfront retail properties in New Lynn & Papatoetoe – both redevelopment prospects – sold under the hammer at Colliers’ auction today. North-west New Lynn 3114-3120 Great North Rd (pictured above): Features: 486m² site zoned business – metropolitan centre, 307m² single-level strip retail building, 18m street frontage, 4 tenants, 3 leases expire in 2021, 2023 & […]
A turnaround in fair value gains lifted the Goodman Property Trust’s half-year profit 47% above the interim result a year earlier.
A redeveloped building on Sale St (pictured), above Victoria Park, and 2 development properties on Greenlane & in Papakura are the leading sales in Colliers’ latest transactions list.
Bayleys commercial agents on the North Shore have sold a fully tenanted Mairangi Bay site (pictured) which has consent for apartment development, and a Rosedale industrial unit.
Tauranga-based syndicator Property Managers Group opened an offer yesterday seeking $37.44 million to buy 2 industrial properties in Hamilton & Palmerston North.
Proponents of a stadium on the Auckland waterfront laid out their plans for Auckland Council’s planning committee yesterday, including a long question-&-answer session.