The way we shop has changed! Consumers are increasingly buying online. Retail property owners must adapt to create an experience that cannot be matched online. A good example is Viranda’s involvement with the rebrand and refurbishment of Chancery Square to create a vibrant village square. Find out more.
Northern Corridor Improvements Project
Viranda has held the same company address in Takapuna since the doors swung open in 1986. Our location sits within the scope of this significant project. Our team, and of course clients too, travel into Takapuna to work or meet with us, via a number of motorway links associated with the Northern Corridor Improvements project. We will watch with interest as the milestones are ticked off.
A Review of the Markets - May 2018
Strong demand for industrial and commercial property continues in Auckland and Viranda continues to see low stock pushing up rent and ensuring capital growth for clients.
Viranda Promotes Sara Sheldon
Viranda is delighted to announce the promotion of Sara Sheldon to Senior Property Manager. The change in role recognises Sara’s long-serving dedication to Viranda, along with her mentoring qualities towards other property managers within the company.
Impact of Commercial Bay
Viranda will watch with interest as the $850 million Commercial Bay development opens on the Auckland waterfront next year. With 39-levels of office space, laneway-inspired shopping and dining, and easy access to a public transport hub, Commercial Bay looks set to redefine urban spaces.
New Legislation Takes Aim At Asbestos
With changes to The Health and Safety at Work (Asbestos) Regulations 2016 coming into effect in a matter of days (4th April 2018), commercial tenants, landlords and other...
Case Study: One Byron Ave, Takapuna
One Byron is an exciting commercial development in the heart of Takapuna. Sporting a refurbished interior and exterior, the building services a dynamic array of businesses...
The ‘Experience Economy’ is here to stay.
The ‘Experience Economy’ is here to stay. At Viranda, we are seeing a rapidly changing world and the impact has never been greater than for retailers - particularly traditional bricks and mortar retailers...