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Design firm The Buchan Group grows its Auckland office

  • Who's Where
  • April 12, 2016
  • Sarah Dunn
Design firm The Buchan Group grows its Auckland office

The retail design firm behind some of New Zealand’s most popular shopping centres, The Buchan Group, has appointed two new principals to its Kiwi practice. It says these appointments follow recent strong growth in New Zealand.

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An extremely Kiwi affair: Kiwi Property promotes its retailers on Kiwi Living

  • News
  • April 4, 2016
  • Sarah Dunn
An extremely Kiwi affair: Kiwi Property promotes its retailers on Kiwi Living

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’.

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Value of Kiwi Property pushed up by retail portfolio

  • Who's Where
  • April 1, 2016
  • Sarah Dunn
Value of Kiwi Property pushed up by retail portfolio
Image: Kiwi Property

Kiwi Property owns many of New Zealand’s largest shopping centres. Growth at Auckland’s Sylvia Park, North City in Porirua and others have led to a net increase of 7 percent in the value of the company’s retail portfolio. Combined with an 8 percent increase in Kiwi Property’s office portfolio, these changes have brought the overall value of the property portfolio to $2.7 billion.

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Death row dogs to be adopted from Botany Town Centre

  • News
  • March 17, 2016
  • Sarah Dunn
Death row dogs to be adopted from Botany Town Centre
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Community engagement is hot right now. First conceptualised in the shopping mall space by Austrian architect and mall designer Victor Gruen, the idea of a community-focused mall was a strong influence in the design of Stride’s new West Auckland NorthWest mall. Now, Botany Town Centre has leaned into its community responsibility by planning a series of adoption days for “death row” dogs in partnership with non-profit dog rescue organisation, DC Rescue.

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How to survive 100 years in retail

  • Opinion
  • February 15, 2016
  • Warren Head
How to survive 100 years in retail

How many brands on today’s shelves will go on to achieve as much mileage as Bonds and Berlei? Business commentator Warren Head looks at longevity in retail.

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