Welcome to the propertydirectory.co.nz news round up for August. This month we have switched from weekly summaries of the top news stories to a monthly list.

Each month we aim to give you a roundup summary of the top New Zealand property news. If you have an item you think is worth sharing with propertydrectory.co.nz readers, let us know.

Apartment conversion planned for Christchurch’s most tagged building


New hospitality operators Yu Group buy well-known Wellington building for $1.55m that used to house The Bresolin

MaxCap makes first loan through wholesale fund to Safari’s Ramada Wellington

Covid 19 coronavirus: Biggest NZ house-builder on track to build 1500+ homes, but industry group concerned

Napier to get large new shopping centre with gym and cafe

What’s the future of the post-Covid office?

$100m apartment block rises on pub site under budget, 10 weeks ahead of schedule 

Wellington’s plan for growth

Could boxes from China solve our housing problems?

New four-storey development with apartments, restaurants and cafes planned for Napier

Residents, developers and city leaders grappling with high density housing in Hamilton, one of NZ’s least affordable cities

How urban design can transform lonely cities into social societies

A boutique hotel within the skyscraper, The Pacifica, is placed on ice because of the Covid border closure

Defective central Christchurch high-rise still in limbo after two years

Bob Clarkson sells $200m of industrial property in Tauranga 

Work on planned Lyttelton development Collett’s Corner gearing up again

Park and Rides with apartments above move closer in Auckland

Six-storey glass and timber building proposed in New Plymouth

Corelogic reveals New Zealand’s highest priced suburb

New $1.4 billion Dunedin Hospital to feature two main buildings

Multimillionaire Auckland investor snaps up $100m+ Countdowns, Bunnings Westgate

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