Given the similarities of our economies, culture, governments, retail sectors, and environments, many of the experiences in the New Zealand Large Format Retail market are not dissimilar to those in Australia.
In fact, many of the LFRA members have a presence in the New Zealand market.
Axiom Properties Limited last week announced the Company had settled the purchase of its 3-hectare development site on Camborne Parkway and Butler Boulevard in Butler, WA from Woolworths Ltd and intends to commence construction on site next week.
The land purchase comes after long-standing LFRA Gold
New research released by IKEA Australia reveal climate concern is running high amongst Australians, with 85 per cent worried about climate change.
While 84 per cent remain hopeful it is not too late to make a change, three in five (66%) say we need to act
(L-R): Ingrid Filmer, Managing Director; Darren Beehag, Director NSW; Rhys Parker, Director NSW; Kieran Bourke Director NSW; Glenn Conridge Director QLD.
Leading commercial real estate group Burgess Rawson has announced the consolidation of ownership across the Australian eastern seaboard.
Managing Director Ingrid Filmer, who will head national
Angus McDonald, CEO of Barbeques Galore, chats to us about how the leading barbequing retailer is shaking up its traditional and e-commerce retail formats to create unrivalled customer experiences.
For many Australians, there is nothing more iconic than the humble barbie.
It is a time-honoured tradition that
Bunnings continues to adapt the way it operates to keep its team and customers safe while ensuring customers get access to the products they need, including materials to assist with storm recovery.
To help speed up shopping trips in-store, Bunnings has introduced Interactive Maps – a
Sentinel Group Australia has boosted its portfolio in the Top End with the purchase of a prominently positioned retail investment opportunity at Berrimah in Darwin’s east.
The showroom/warehouse at 639 Stuart Highway, Berrimah was acquired from a private investor for a passing yield of 8.5 per
Bunnings has started off the month strong with the opening of two new stores in Plainland and Yeppoon, Queensland.
Queensland development and construction company and LFRA member De Luca Corporation was responsible for building both sites. De Luca also worked alongside fellow LFRA member Gibb Group
Baby Bunting has recently opened its brand-new distribution centre in Dandenong, Victoria.
The 21,000m2 site will be the centre of operations and play a vital role in the company’s growth and future.
First established as a single store in Camberwell in 1979, the company has expanded to
Investors will have the rare opportunity to secure a Bunnings investment for under $25 million when Burgess Rawson holds its final portfolio auction for the financial year.
The Bunnings investment will headline Burgess Rawson’s largest portfolio of properties ever assembled when 31 properties totalling $150 million