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Kōkako Café switches its name as the brand enters Commercial Bay

  • Property
  • April 12, 2019
  • The Register team
Kōkako Café switches its name as the brand enters Commercial Bay

Coffee roastery Kōkako has had a branded coffee shop in Grey Lynn for some seven years, but as the company launches its third café into Commercial Bay, it’s given the Grey Lynn outlet a new identity. The Commercial Bay café is Kōkako’s third branded coffee shop in 18 years.

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Westfield Newmarket’s first stage will open within months

  • Property
  • April 3, 2019
  • Sarah Dunn
Westfield Newmarket’s first stage will open within months

The first stage of Scentre Group’s $790 million redevelopment of Westfield Newmarket could open as soon as July. Scentre has said it will open in multiple stages from the second half of this year, and construction will be complete by Christmas.

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Sylvia Park had just about everything, but it didn't have a Kmart - until now

  • Property
  • October 10, 2018
  • Sarah Dunn
Sylvia Park had just about everything, but it didn't have a Kmart - until now

New Zealand's largest shopping centre, Sylvia Park, has announced the arrival of Kmart to its line-up of more than 200 retailers.

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Northwood Supa Centa on the market as Canterbury retail grows

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  • September 13, 2018
Northwood Supa Centa on the market as Canterbury retail grows

A large Canterbury super centre, and adjoining development site, that is on the market is expecting a quick sale as the regions retail sales figures rise above pre-earthquake levels.

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