Property Development

List of Properties for Sale

28-32 Shortland Street

Location: 28-32 Shortland Street , Auckland City
Floor area: approx 2,200 m2
Asking Price: $45,000,000

 

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Mangere Gateway

Location: Auckland Airport
Floor area: 21.77 hectares more or les
Asking Price: NZ$31,0000,000

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Greys Avenue

Location: 85-89 Greys Avenue, Auckand CBD, Auckland
Floor area: 5486 square metres
Asking Price: $21,000,000.00

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Jack Cheng

Consultant

John John

Senior Property Lawyer

Tom Huang

Senior Associate

Bradley So

Senior Immigration Lawyer

The successful outcome meant everything to us as anything less could have had life changing consequences and we are so very grateful for your expertise, networks and the speed with which you were able to successfully turn around our affairs.

On behalf of KNC CONSTRUCTION Limited and a number of associated companies and trusts, I would like to personally thank you for the excellent way you have represented our interests over the last 10 years with unswerving professionalism and trust.

Top firm. Marcus leads a highly professional team that are experts in their respective fields. Everyone is pleasant to deal with and answer all questions swiftly. You can expect a very responsive and attentive service, with a keen attention to detail at all times. Highly recommended.

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Immigration Law Conference – Employment

Queen City Law’s, Tina Hwang and Max Shin, have published an “Introduction to the Interplay Between Employment and Immigration Law” to Legalwise in anticipation of their presentation at the Immigration Law Conference that will be held at the Grand Mecure Auckland, on the 12 of November 2019.

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Otago Daily Times – SkyCity blaze: Hotspots flare, business to resume

Queen City Law Principal, Marcus Beveridge, has made comments for the Otago Daily Times surrounding the fire that has recently affected the SkyCity Convention Centre. To view this article, click here. “…there’ll be investigations into the blaze, which could see contractors heavily scrutinised…” Marcus Beveridge Principal © Queen City Law

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Chelsea Bay Residences

Chelsea Bay Residences​ Queen City Law is proud to have provided all legal services to the developer, Maxiom, on this recently completed apartment development in Birkenhead, Northshore , Auckland. Chelsea Bay Residences enjoy stunning views of downtown Auckland. It comprises 56 apartments, 94 car parks and retail units over 6 levels. QCL legal services included […]

Employment Law

Employment Law Update – August 2019

In April/May 2019, there were many legislative changes in employment, yet some people still appear to be oblivious to these changes.  The main changes have been set out below for your reference. Domestic Violence Leave In April 2019, a completely new type of leave was introduced.  Employers must now be aware of sensitivities in dealing […]

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Legislative Changes Affecting the Construction Sector

The Government has recently announced that minimum wages will increase to $17.70 an hour on 1 April 2019. We would assume that nobody in the construction sector is paying the minimum wage and therefore the labour force will remain unaffected. However, there will undoubtedly be flow-on affects including general rises in material and costs which […]

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Partnership Based Visas Workshop

Recently, staff from Queen City Law attended a workshop with Immigration New Zealand (“INZ”) in regards to preparing and submitting “decision ready” visa applications under the partnership-based categories.  The workshop was held in INZ’s Hamilton branch.  The Hamilton branch primarily deal with on-shore partnership-based visa applications while off-shore applications are reviewed by branches in Manila, […]

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QCL publish article to latest issue of Builders & Contractors Magazine

Construction and Immigration: Smart plays in a tight environment Marcus Beveridge (Principal) and Tina Hwang (Associate) of Queen City Law have published an article for the latest issue of the Builders & Contractors Magazine. Issue #115 This article discusses how strategic employers within the construction industry should seek to utilize the Accredited Employer programme. Please […]

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