Retailers are turning to modern technology to rectify common issues for shoppers.
As land and property prices rise, mixed use developments are rapidly emerging in Auckland and other cities across the globe.
As part of our series that explores the retail industry's greatest moves of the past year, we talked to JLL national director of sales and leasing on the year that was in retail property, and asked for some predictions for 2017.
A report by JLL has found that the majority of the world’s top 10 retail brands are in or en route to Auckland. Louis Vuitton, Zara, H&M and Hugo Boss are all among the giants who have either settled or are vying for a position in the super city.
A new all-day eatery on Devonport Wharf is now open for business and is hoped to draw in shoppers to the surrounding area. Its opening is the beginning of Auckland Transport’s city-wide strategy to revamp retail at public transport facilities.
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A suburb on the North Shore of Auckland is experiencing a revival that may see it competing with the likes of Ponsonby Rd. While the main strip of Takapuna once looked rather tired, landlords are getting stuck into refurbishment to attract top tenants and a resurgence in retail and hospitality is underway.