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Southern commercial sales include vineyard

Colliers agents have sold 4 commercial properties in Hastings, 2 more in Levin & Palmerston North, and a small vineyard in Nelson.

South Island


Upper Moutere

12 Sunrise Valley Rd:
Features: 12.9ha vineyard & winery
Outcome: sold for $3.45 million
Agents: Ken Montgomery & Mike Lavern

South of the Bombays

Hawke’s Bay


905 Heretaunga St West:
Features: 1039m² site, 500m² floor area, 10 parking spaces, fully leased to Pizza Hut, Cash Converters & Civic Video shops on new leases signed November-February for terms of 4 years 5 months to 6 years
Rent: $101,242/year net + gst     
Outcome: sold for $1.3 million, at a 7.8% yield
Agent: Danny Blair

404 Miller St:
Features: vacant 903m² site, 573m² warehouse          
Outcome: sold for $1.357 million
Agents: Danny Blair

822 Omahu Rd, unit 1:
Features: 510m² unit in new 6-unit warehouse development   
Outcome: sold for $1.46 million, at a 6.5% yield
Agent: Danny Blair

Bay Plaza, 217 Russell St North:
Features: 342m² site, 386m² retail including 45m² mezzanine space, Curtain Studio on new 6-year lease, 3 3-year rights of renewal
Rent: $105,500      
Outcome: sold for $1.56 million, at a 6.8% yield
Agent: Danny Blair



29-31 Queen St West:
Features: 755m² site, 2-storey office & retail building, 1470m² floor area
Rent: $86,540.08/year net + gst + opex 
Outcome: sold for $955,000 at a 9.1% yield
Agents: Doug Russel, Phil Nevill & Grant Lloyd


Palmerston North

413-421 Church St:
Features: 1710m² retail showroom, Freedom Furniture the tenant for the last 10 years, signed a new 6-year lease from November 2016
Rent: $235,000/year net + gst + opex
Outcome: sold for $4.005 million at a 5.9% yield
Agents: Phil Nevill & John Hagar

Attribution: Agency release.

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Arvida retirement village part of planned Nelson housing explosion

The Tasman District Council approved 8 special housing areas on Thursday, including a 40ha subdivision in Richmond where Arvida Group Ltd intends to build an 8ha retirement village.

On the Arvida site: Development general manager Jonathan Ash & chief executive Bill McDonald.

The 8 special housing areas containing at least 1281 sections are the first the Tasman council has approved under the 2013 housing accord legislation.

Arvida chief executive Bill McDonald said the NZX-listed company expected to start building in 2018, and the $130 million development would be built on Arvida’s commitment to “broader community engagement, helping retirees to live a full & satisfying life post-retirement.

“We know that what was acceptable for retirement living in the past is not what people are looking for today & into the future. Kiwis are looking for retirement living to be an extension of their lifestyle, not a restriction.

“Our culture is all about improving the lives & wellbeing of every resident who lives in an Arvida retirement village. Life shouldn’t stop when you retire – it should get even better. This philosophy is the future of retirement living.”

Mr McDonald said the village, Arvida’s third in Nelson, followed high demand for retirement living options in the region: “Nelson Bays has a higher percentage of its population in the over-65 age bracket than the national average, so demand is high for retirement living options.

“The proposed new village is closer to the Richmond shopping area than most of the other villages, ensuring residents of the village are integrated & connected to the Richmond community. It will offer 150 villas, apartments & care suites. It will have outwardly facing community facilities, as well as a community-oriented village centre & homestead.

“This will be a retirement village unlike any other in the region. We are basing it on the quality of our architecturally acclaimed village in Cambridge with high quality design, community facilities & homes.”

The retirement village will form part of a wider development of up to 700 house & land packages, The Meadows, to be developed by locals Andrew Spittal, Simon Collett, Gary Donaldson & Graham Vercoe through Home Living Solutions Ltd.

Mr Spittal, who’s project manager, said: “We are delighted to have Arvida as a key partner in the development. We have a very similar vision of wanting to create a place where there is a real sense of community, one that embraces intergenerational living and is designed & built for the future.”

Tasman special housing areas to deliver 1281 homes

Attribution: Company & council releases.

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One Mill Liquor building sold at portfolio auction, one prior

Colliers International held an unusual auction yesterday – 4 properties (another sold prior) spread around the country, no bidders in the Auckland auction room, all done on phone bids. 4 of the 5 properties have The Mill Liquorsave as tenant and one sold under the hammer.

South of the Bombays


11 Willoughby St:
Rent: $90,000/year net, rent review mid-2015, 2 rights of renewal from July 2018
Outcome: sold prior for $1.52 million
Agent: Alan Pracy

Havelock North

19 Napier Rd:
Features: 814m² site, 360m² building, NBS rating 69%
Rent: $66,000/year net, rent review July 2015, 2 rights of renewal from 2018
Outcome: passed in at vendor bid of $875,000
Agents: Alan Pracy & Danny Blair


140 Kapiti Rd, unit 3:
Features: 526m² building – showroom 333m², warehouse 40m², mezzanine/office 153m², NBS rating 71%
Rent: $55,000/year net, rent review mid-2015, 2 rights of renewal from 2018
Outcome: sold for $720,000
Agents: Alan Pracy & Dean Anderson

Te Awamutu

121 Sloane St:
Features: 1753m² site, 399m² building
Rent: $45,000/year net, 2 rights of renewal from May 2017
Outcome: passed in at vendor bid of $575,000
Agent: Alan Pracy

South Island


675 Main Rd, unit 4:
Features: 351m² site, 349m² floor area
Rent: $61,700/year net, 3-yearly rent reviews, 2 rights of renewal from July 2018
Outcome: passed in at $725,000
Agents: Alan Pracy & Geoff Faulkner

Attribution: Auction.

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Nelson retail & office sale

Local details from Bayleys Real Estate’s spring Total Property auction series:

Published 7 October 2007Nelson:

Nelson, 200 Hardy St, 2-level 554m² commercial building containing ground-floor retail and first-floor office, returning $95,480/year from a diverse range of tenants, sold for $1.31 million at a 7.3% yield (Trish Gearie & Tony Vining)

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Attribution: Bayleys, story written by Bob Dey for this website.

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Hirequip sale at 7.2%

Stoke, Quarantine Rd, Hirequip property, 1200m² of building on 5904m² site, 9-year leaseback, returning $174,000, sold through Bayleys for $2.4 million at 7.23% along with the New Plymouth Hirequip property to a joint venture in which Hirequip director & shareholder Stuart McKinlay holds a 50% interest. Sales: Graeme & Tony Vining.

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