The launch of H&M and Zara at Kiwi Property’s Sylvia Park shopping centre were two of the most-anticipated retail events of 2016. We asked Kiwi Property chief executive Chris Gudgeon about what these mega-stores mean for retail - and what’s coming next.
A wider food and beverage offer is an integral component of any global modern retail or shopping centre experience. Manager of retail leasing for Kiwi Property, Aubrey Cheng, shares some insights into why a modern retail experience needs to be supplemented by a hospitality offering.
Zara has finally lifted the veil on when it will open its doors to its Sylvia Park store. The store will open Thursday 6 October, five days after fellow fast fashion giant H&M launches itself into the New Zealand market.
As the opening of Zara and H&M at Sylvia Park draws closer, the company responsible for bringing them to New Zealand has made a record profit. Kiwi Property made $250.8 million in the year to March 31, an increase of 118 percent on last year’s
Shopping centre giant Kiwi Property’s bid to acquire the remaining 50 percent of Hamilton’s The Base shopping centre has been rejected by Tainui Group Holdings (TGH). It offered $197.5 million in cash and shares for the Waikato-Tainui tribe’s remaining stake in April. Instead, the ownership
Listed shopping centre owner Kiwi Property has appointed Ian Passau as its general manager development, while Trade Me has a new chief financial officer, Caroline Rawlinson. Both executives will start in their new roles during August.
Shopping centre giant Kiwi Property has spent $192.5 million to acquire a 50 percent stake in The Base at Te Rapa, Hamilton. Tainui Group Holdings Limited, an investing vehicle for the Waikato-Tainui tribe, controls the centre through a subsidiary named The Base Limited.
Shopping centre owner Kiwi Property is promoting its retail offering by partnering with TVNZ to deliver the fashion and beauty segments in a lifestyle programme called ‘Kiwi Living’.