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Tiffany & Co. debuts its famous shade of baby blue in Britomart

  • Design
  • October 27, 2016
  • Elly Strang
Tiffany & Co. debuts its famous shade of baby blue in Britomart

Tiffany & Co. has opened its first ever boutique in New Zealand today in Auckland's CBD. The store takes up the entire ground floor of the Australis House on Galway St and stands out from the rest of the grey, dull-coloured buildings with its lashings of Tiffany blue flags and signage.

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Small retailers being forced out of Auckland’s in-demand CBD

  • Property
  • April 28, 2016
  • Elly Strang
Small retailers being forced out of Auckland’s in-demand CBD

Convenience stores, souvenir shops and discount outlets are among the retailers disappearing from the CBD, as demand grows higher and vacancies grow lower. Colliers International says the low availability of stores and arrival of bigger chains is causing these low-end stores to become scarcer.

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Increased density in Auckland expected to create greater demand for retail

  • Property
  • March 24, 2016
  • Elly Strang
Increased density in Auckland expected to create greater demand for retail

Research exploring the effect increased density in Auckland will have on the retail sector has been released by property, design and research agency RCG. Good news for those with stores in the city of sails: Retail sales are going to grow significantly, by about $130 million in the CBD alone.

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The Warehouse relocates in Auckland’s CBD

  • Property
  • January 28, 2016
  • Elly Strang
The Warehouse relocates in Auckland’s CBD

Auckland CBD's big red shed has been rehomed from the Downtown shopping centre store to a smaller site at the Atrium on Elliott shopping centre. This follows an “exhaustive search” by the retailer for adequate space in the CBD, where retail leases are in hot demand.

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Rent too high in Auckland’s CBD? Open a pop-up shop

  • News
  • December 16, 2015
  • Elly Strang
Rent too high in Auckland’s CBD? Open a pop-up shop
Wellington-based pop-up shop, The Cart Co.

With rents reaching astronomical prices and demand high for shop space in the CBD, many retailers can’t get a foot in the door. However, a competition by Pop Up Now and Heart Of The City is giving a fashion designer the chance to open a pop-up retail shop amongst the action.

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