I read a US newsletter at the weekend that looked at change resulting from self-driving electric cars, but not just about the vehicles themselves. My conclusion: Change is not going to happen overnight, but it will be rapid.
Precinct Properties NZ Ltd attributed its profit lift for the June year to revaluation gains, but the company’s performance goes far beyond that fortuitous statistic.
Mansons TCLM Ltd’s NZ Herald property on Albert St in downtown Auckland – named 1 Mills Lane – was put on the market yesterday through Bayleys Real Estate agent Paul Hain.
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
Prime Minister John Key found many positives on the economic front when he addressed a Chamber of Commerce audience in Auckland on Wednesday. For Auckland, much of the positive was in transport infrastructure – some of it the slow dawning of the realisation that holding up one public project can be detrimental for many private projects.
Airport upgrade continues – Precinct set to complete QE Square deal