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Chasing China’s silver dollar


Total Property - Issue 6 2016

The boom in luxury retirement villages in New Zealand has changed attitudes to ageing and age care, but operators are missing out on a huge untapped market.


Auckland’s Mayoral election: A tale of six cities


Total Property - Issue 6 2016

The upcoming mayoral election will influence Auckland’s future, not just for the next three years but for the next decade. Total Property has invited six of the candidates to set out their vision for the city’s commercial and industrial property sectors.


LAND HERE. Take off


Total Property - Issue 5 2016

Air travel is the thread that stitches the modern world together, and the boom in NZ has made airport real estate the place to be. Total Property looks at the ripple effect of the global aviation bonanza.


Needed: Another brick in the wall


Total Property - Issue 5 2016

Pressure on schools has never been greater as rapid urban intensification and rising migration push student rolls up and leave principals desperate for extra classrooms. Does the answer lie in the commercial space?


Auckland's construction boom


Total Property - Issue 4 2016

Unprecedented levels of growth in building and construction are now taking place in New Zealand, with Auckland firmly in the lead.


Commercial Property’s ethnic melting pot


Total Property - Issue 4 2016

Auckland City is fourth in the world in relation to the ratio of its foreign-born population which is made up of 220 ethnic groups.


What the doctor ordered


Total Property - Issue 3 2016

New Zealand’s health sector property market remains strong with numerous purpose-built developments underway and larger-scale acquisitions being finalised.


Putting the why back into Waikato


Total Property - Issue 3 2016

Hamilton has long been painted as less sexy than the perceived more cosmopolitan centres of Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.


High Spec’ City – the rousing rebirth of Christchurch


Total Property - Issue 2 2016

Five years on from the gruelling earthquakes that shook the city to its core, Christchurch is emerging from the rubble as a low-rise glass and steel city – a world-class metropolis for its time.


Space Savers


Total Property - Issue 2 2016

In the self-storage sector, the “four Ds” are widely touted as driving demand: Death, Divorce, Density (with smaller homes requiring less storage space) and Dislocation (like a job transfer and moving in with a partner).


Trolley Trends


Total Property - Issue 1 2016

Forward planning by supermarket giants for their space needs is akin to keeping the property pantry well stocked – with plenty in reserve.


Lane Gains


Total Property - Issue 1 2016

Urban designers from Melbourne have been knocking on Auckland Council’s door to gain insight into the shared spaces and laneways being created within Auckland city.