The Golden Triangle infrastructure report 2021
Strong development activity within the Golden Triangle across the whole property spectrum has been observed, from residential to commercial properties being built at a record-breaking pace.
Infrastructure driving real estate opportunities 2019
Infrastructure catch-up projects have the potential to generate multiple opportunities for both developers and investors going forward.
Wellington Industrial report 1H 2022
The Wellington industrial market continues to show record low vacancy rates, development of micro-units has been popular with multiple hubs of units under construction. Larger developments though are still struggling for developable land causing a greater interest further north.
Auckland Industrial report 1H 2022
The latest Auckland industrial report shows the tightness in the market led by record-low vacancy rates requiring occupiers to future proof any space requirements. Developers have the confidence to build speculatively accompanied by steady rental growth for new builds. The counter-cyclical nature of the industrial property has shielded the asset class from pandemic risks making it popular amongst investors causing firming yields.
Wellington CBD office report 1H 2022
The latest Wellington CBD Office report shows that seismic ratings remain critical to tenants, while the Government has created a sustainability mandate for their occupancies. There is still some confusion over technical guidelines leading to delays in seismic works due to the uncertainty with the public sector housing programmes driving conversions of office assets into apartments.
Auckland CBD office report 1H 2022
The latest Auckland CBD report shows occupiers making educated guesses about the future of how their spaces look and feel, with an emphasis on campus buildings with Green Star ratings preferred by larger occupiers.
Coworking report issue five 2021
The latest coworking report shows how the coworking industry has evolved into a strategic asset class. It explores the emerging trends in this exciting asset class and how it might be the future of how we work.
Hawke's Bay report 2022
The latest Hawke's Bay report shows that tenants are seeking higher quality spaces post-COVID and developers are responding by delivering new buildings into the local market. Properties with good quality buildings, scale and strong leasing covenants are likely to have stable yields despite increases in interest rates.
Auckland North Shore report 2022
The latest North Shore commercial report highlights the need for occupiers to plan their space requirements earlier with strong leasing demand resulting in multi-offer scenarios. Rising interest rates are causing yield softening, and yields remain sticky with better quality stock which is preferred by investors.
Hamilton report 2022
The latest Hamilton report shows that across all sectors more owner occupiers are purchasing premises to operate from and that there is increasing demand for coworking/shared workspaces so tenants can maximise flexibility and improve the quality of their workspace.
Tauranga report 2022
The latest Tauranga report shows that economic connectivity between Auckland, Hamilton and Tauranga is boosting demand for industrial space and why benchmark rents are expected to be pulled up by refurbishments and new buildings, alongside the strengthening of space demand as work-from-home trends soften.
Palmerston North and Manawatū report 2022
The latest Palmerston North and Manawatū report highlights that large infrastructural investment by local and national governments is making the region attractive to occupiers, tenants and investors, and how large format retail has been largely resilient due to essential goods and e-commerce platforms.