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Updated: 5 (now 7) of 14 sell at Bayleys’ Auckland commercial auction, 3 of 3 in Tauranga

Published 25 October 2018, updated 29 October 2018 & 13 January 2019:
5 of the 14 properties were sold at Bayleys’ Total Property commercial auction on Wednesday and 5 attracted no bid.

At the agency’s Tauranga auction, all 3 properties were sold under the hammer.

Update 1: One property has been sold post-auction – a takeaway outlet in the Wairau Junction retail centre. The outcomes for 2 of the Auckland properties were transposed – for Ellerslie & Blockhouse Bay – and have been corrected below.

Update 2: The manager’s unit in The Sands apartment complex at Onetangi on Waiheke Island was sold just before Christmas, after attracting no interest at auction.

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Chancery

Chancery Square, 44 Courthouse Lane, unit A206:
Features: 45m² unit leased to property management company
Rent: $33,500/year net + gst + outgoings
Outcome: sold for $380,000 at an 8.82% yield
Agents: Mike Adams & Jean-Paul Smit

Queen St

Mid-City, 239 Queen St, unit 1Y:
Features: m²,
Rent: $27,360/year net + gst, occupied by hair salon, lease term runs to April 2021 with further rights of renewal
Outcome: withdrawn from auction
Agent: Oscar Kuang

Hauraki Gulf islands

Waiheke Island

Onetangi

Updated: The Sands, 141 The Strand, unit 1:
Features: 104m² manager’s unit in the Sands apartment complex
Rent: $28,723/year net + gst + outgoings
Outcome: passed in without a bid at auction in October, sold in December for $525,000 + gst at a 5.47% yield
Agents: Brian Caldwell & Mana Tahapehi

Isthmus east

Ellerslie

Updated: 101 Main Highway, unit 12:
Features: 272m² Asian supermarket at Ellerslie shopping centre, 10 parking spaces
Rent: $60,000/year net + gst, 5-year lease in place with 2 5-year rights of renewal
Outcome: passed in at $800,000 (2 results transposed – originally posted as $2.7 million), sold in November for $820,000 at a 7.32% yield
Agents: Oscar Kuang, Beterly Pan & Nicolas Ching

Onehunga

222 Onehunga Mall:
Features: 273m² site, 2-storey building, seismic rating 75% new building standard, local town centre zoning has 27m height control
Rent: commercial & residential tenants
Outcome: withdrawn from auction
Agent: Oscar Kuang

Parnell

29B Bath St:
Features: 175m² site, 139m² commercial unit, parking space
Rent: $42,000/year net + gst current contract, 2 2-year rights of renewal
Outcome: no bid
Agent: Millie Liang

Isthmus west

Blockhouse Bay

Updated: 35 Margate Rd, flats 1-6:
Features: 2497m² site, 6 2-bedroom residential units, each of about 55m² & on separate titles, parking space each, offered in one package
Rent: $200,000/year net + gst from 2-year lease
Outcome: passed in at $2.7 million (2 results transposed – originally posted as $800,000)
Agents: Quinn Ngo, Matt Lee & James Chan

Eden Terrace

1 Exmouth St:
Features: 665m² vacant section on Newton Rd corner, leased to Wilson Parking, mixed use zoning
Rent: $21,495/year net + gst, early termination clause
Outcome: withdrawn from auction
Agents: Owen Ding, James Chan & Jarrod Qin

Pt Chevalier

1110 Great North Rd, unit D:
Features: 345m², town centre fruit & vegetable shop + parking, leased to PTC Fresh NZ for 5 years from December 2016 with 2 5-year rights of renewal
Rent: $108,312/year net + gst
Outcome: sold for $1.55 million at a 6.99% yield
Agents: Nicolas Ching, Quinn Ngo & James Chan

350 Pt Chevalier Rd:
Features: 696m² site zoned business – neighbourhood centre, housed greengrocery for over 50 years
Outcome: sold with vacant possession for $1.87 million at a land value of $2686/m²
Agents: John Procter, Alan Elliott & Cameron Melhuish

North-east

Orewa

Tamariki Plaza, 1-19 Cammish Lane, unit J:
Features: vacant 190m² commercial unit, one parking space + share of 35 parking spaces
Outcome: passed in at $700,000
Agents: Mustan Bagasra

Rosedale

101 Apollo Drive, unit D:
Features: vacant 120m² ground-floor office unit, 4 parking spaces
Outcome: auction postponed
Agents: Tonia Robertson & Jane McKee

Rosedale Retail Centre, 94 Rosedale Rd, unit 2:
Features: 73m² shop at entrance to zero-vacancy retail centre
Rent: $37,520/year net + gst + outgoings
Outcome: sold prior
Agents: Eddie Zhong, Steven Liu & Meng He

Wairau Valley

18 Ashfield Rd, unit D:
Features: industrial unit, 110m² ground floor, 30m² storage above, monthly tenancy
Outcome: sold for $440,000
Agents: Trevor Duffin & James Yu

65-71 Porana Rd, unit E:
Features: 133m² unit occupied by Hollywood bakery
Rent: $55,000/year net + gst + opex, new 6-year lease
Outcome: auction postponed
Agents: Adam Curtis, Damian Stephen & Steven Liu

Updated: Wairau Junction, 162-178 Wairau Rd, unit 7:
Features: 45m² kebab outlet
Rent: $30,600/year net + gst + outgoings
Outcome: passed in at $500,000, sold post-auction for $550,000 at a 5.56% yield
Agents: Andrew Lin & Ranjan Unka

North-west

Henderson

192 Universal Drive, unit A1:
Features: 756m², corner store in Lincoln North Shopping Centre, 7-year lease to Super Cheap Auto NZ from July 2016, annual fixed 3% rental increases & one 5-year right of renewal
Rent: $225,221/year net + gst, 3% annual increases
Outcome: sold for $3.93 million at a 5.73% yield
Agents: Matt Lee, James Chan, Quinn Ngo, Terry Kim & David Han

South

Clendon Park

439 Roscommon Rd, unit 2:
Features: 97m² retail unit, tenant Clendon Foodmarket
Rent: $41,600/year net + gst, 6-year lease from 2015
Outcome: no bid
Agents: Matt Lee, Quinn Ngo & Piyush Kumar

439 Roscommon Rd, unit 3:
Features: 97m² retail unit, tenant Crown Liquor
Rent: $43,201/year net + gst, 4-year lease from 2016, rights of renewal
Outcome: no bid
Agents: Matt Lee, Quinn Ngo & Piyush Kumar

South of the Bombays

Bay of Plenty

Bethlehem

272A State Highway 2:
Features: 809m² site, 305m² 2-level commercial building, anchor ground-floor pharmacy tenancy, smaller dental tenancy above on leases renewed until 2021 plus further renewals
Rent: $62,730/year net + gst
Outcome: sold for $1.26 million at a 4.98% yield
Agent: Myles Addington

Judea

66 Koromiko St:
Features: 2536m² industrial site, 1519m² standalone building comprising 1123m² of warehouse & workshop space, 4 large roller doors; the balance 2 levels of offices, showroom, storage & amenities; tenant Paramount Stainless has recently renewed for the next 3 years with one final right of renewal to 2024
Rent: $122,000/year net + gst
Outcome: sold for $1.8 million at a 6.78% yield
Agent: Graeme Coleman

Tauranga:

199, 207 & 213 Cameron Rd:
Features: 2192m² redevelopment site zoned city centre, allowing 19m² building height, next to central fire station on main arterial, car dealers have operated from site since the early 1970s, 2 tenancies expiring in August 2020
Rent: $190,715/year net + gst
Outcome: sold for $6.25 million + gst at a 3.05% yield, land value $2851/m²
Agents: Lloyd Davidson & Laura Taylor

Coromandel

Thames

517 Pollen St:
Features: 1521m² site, 1410m² building occupied by multiple tenants including NZ Post Ltd on long-term lease, 16 parking spaces
Rent: $107,717.53/year net + gst, multiple tenants
Outcome: no bid
Agents: Millie Liang & Josh Smith

Attribution: Agency release.

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Precinct secures tenants for Wynyard & 1 Queen St

Precinct Properties NZ Ltd has secured the Media Design School as a tenant in its 10 Madden St development in the Wynyard Quarter, and law firm Bell Gully in the refurbished 1 Queen St, which will be incorporated into the Commercial Bay precinct.

The Media Design School will occupy 4760m² in 10 Madden St on a 15-year lease term. As announced in November, Precinct committed to stage 2 in the Wynyard Quarter on an uncommitted basis. Chief executive Scott Pritchard said yesterday the Media Design School lease took leasing commitment to 60% of the project’s office area.

He added: “The addition of the Media Design School to our Innovation Precinct is significant and demonstrates the momentum that’s underway to create a vital new creative community. We believe Wynyard Quarter will be on a par with leading international innovation precincts and, having secured one of the world’s leading design & digital tertiary institutions, is a huge advance.”

The building, scheduled for completion at the end of 2020, will have a total net lettable area of 8290m². Mr Pritchard said that, once fully leased, the project should generate a yield on cost in excess of 7.0%.

At 1 Queen St, Mr Pritchard said Bell Gully had committed unconditionally to about 3800m² of office space. The law firm has been a tenant of the Vero Centre on Shortland St for 18 years.

Mr Pritchard said the 1 Queen St project was 76% precommitted following the previously announced commitment by InterContinental Hotels Group to 11 levels of the building: “We are delighted to have secured leading law firm Bell Gully at 1 Queen St, 3 years ahead of practical completion. Securing this commitment from outside our existing portfolio is a great result and illustrates the quality of the Commercial Bay precinct.”

Attribution: Precinct release.

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Law firm says it’s leaving Vero Centre, not saying exactly when

Law firm Bell Gully has told its Auckland landlord, Kiwi Property Group Ltd, it will vacate its premises in the Vero Centre on Shortland St between the 2023-25 financial years.

Separately, Precinct Properties NZ Ltd said Bell Gully would move to its 1 Queen St office tower, which is to be refurbished over the next 3 years. It will have a hotel on the lower 11 floors, offices above, and now has 76% precommitment.

Bell Gully hasn’t determined exactly when it will leave. The firm has been a Vero Centre tenant since the building opened 18 years ago. It currently occupies 5912m² on 5 floors.

Kiwi Property chief executive Clive Mackenzie said: “We wish Bell Gully every success in their onward journey. While we are disappointed to see the firm leave, the advance notice by Bell Gully provides us with sufficient time to begin discussions with prospective tenants.”

The Vero Centre is 94% occupied, with a weighted average lease term of 7.0 years. Kiwi Property’s whole office portfolio has 98% occupancy and a portfolio weighted average lease term of 10.0 years.

Attribution: Kiwi Property & Precinct Properties releases.

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Guardian & Keystone Ridge apartments sell

A studio in the Guardian on Queen St (pictured) and a unit in Keystone Ridge, at the far end of Dominion Rd, were sold at Ray White City Apartments’ auction today.

Leasehold units in Q Central & Scene 3 and a CityZone apartment were passed in.

Bidding was moderately strong on the freehold units. For Q Central there were 2 bids and for Scene 3, with the ground lease still under review, there were none.

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Quay Park

Scene 3, 30 Beach Rd, unit 1007:
Features: leasehold, 45m², one bedroom, balcony, parking space
Outgoings: rates $1381/year including gst; body corp levy $4397/year including gst, ground rent $8759/year but under review – new ground rent will be backdated to review date 2 August 2018
Income assessment: current $565/week unfurnished, fixed until 28 April; appraisal $580-600/week furnished, $560-580/week unfurnished
Outcome: no bid
Agents: May Ma & Mark Li

Queen St

Guardian, 105 Queen St, unit 609:
Features: 32m² furnished studio, high stud, used for airBnB currently at over 90% occupancy
Outgoings: rates $1493/year including gst; body corp levy $3198/year including gst
Outcome: sold for $295,000
Agents: Mitch Agnew & Ryan Bridgman

Uptown

Q Central, 11B City Rd, unit 7D:
Features: leasehold, 62m², 2 levels, 2 bedrooms, tandem parking
Outgoings: rates $1604/year including gst; body corp levy $4221/year including gst, ground rent $9797/year fixed until December 2023, lease expires in 2086
Income assessment: $575/week ($510 for apartment, $65 for parking)
Outcome: passed in at $105,000
Agent: Josh Muriwai

CityZone, 11 Liverpool St, unit 1406:
Features: 44m², 2 bedrooms
Outgoings: rates $1265/year including gst; body corp levy $4094/year including gst
Income assessment: $500-520/week furnished
Outcome: passed in at $327,000
Agents: Susan Woods-Markwick & Liam Kyle

Isthmus west

Mt Roskill

Keystone Ridge, 3 Keystone Avenue, unit 2P:
Features: 48m², fully furnished 2 bedrooms, renovated, parking space
Outgoings: rates $1340/year including gst; body corp levy $5763/year including gst
Outcome: sold for $505,000
Agents: Mitch Agnew & Ryan Bridgman

Attribution: Auction.

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6-tenant O’Connell St retail package sells

Bayleys agents have sold 6 properties around the Auckland cbd & western fringe, including 6 retail tenancies in an O’Connell St building (pictured).

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Learning Quarter

44 Anzac Ave, unit L6:
Features: vacant 173mnorth-facing office unit with decks; includes boardroom, multiple office areas, kitchen & utilities room plus 2 onsite parking spaces
Outcome: sold for $647,000 + gst (if any)
Agent: 
Ken Hu

O’Connell St

12-14 O’Connell St, units A, B & C:
Features: 6 ground-floor retail tenancies on 3 unit titles totalling 359m2; Proper Pizza occupies third of the space on 10-year lease from April 2018, other occupants include a Wishbone café, florist, chocolate shop & hair salon on 3- to 8-year leases
Rent: $333,490/year net + gst
Outcome: sold for $5.2 million at a 6.41% yield
Agents: Nicolas Ching, Beterly Pan & James Chan

Queen St:

396 Queen St, unit 9:
Features: 26m² retail unit next to Skybus ticket office & departure stop; beneath Sheraton Four Point Hotel currently being constructed within the tower (255 hotel rooms over 21 levels)
Outcome: sold for $600,000 at $23,077/m²
Agent: Millie Liang

Victoria Quarter

17-19 Nelson St:
Features: block of 20 fully leased parking spaces on individual titles in 4-level building; parks all have 9-year head lease to Tournament Parking Ltd with fixed annual 2% rental increases
Rent: $90,149/year net + gst
Outcome: sold for $1.98 million at a 4.55% yield
Agents: Alan Haydock & Damien Bullick

Waterfront

16 Viaduct Harbour Ave, level 5:
Features: leasehold, 448m² office floor; current 15-year lease until 2028 to Tramco Ltd, which undertook a major refurbishment in January 2017 and pays all outgoings including ground rent
Rent: $175,340 /year net + gst
Outcome: sold for $1.45 million at a 12.09% yield
Agents: Damien Bullick & Sunil Bhana

Isthmus west

Freemans Bay

70 College Hill:
Features: 298m² corner site, 127m² character villa offering commercial & residential options
Outcome: sold vacant for $1.45 million
Agents: Andrew Wallace & Cameron Melhuish

Attribution: Agency release.

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Private car’s days as symbol of power coming to an end

Never mind those petty rules of staying in your lane, indicating to change, obeying the traffic lights, feeding parking meters, accommodating your vehicle in an approved parking garage. No matter how beat up, or that it’s a polished company vehicle thrust into your care to proclaim your high status. Your car is a symbol of your independence & superiority.

Or, in downtown Auckland, it was.

In March, Auckland Council’s Auckland Development Office will file a report recommending trials to pedestrianise nominated streets in the central business district.

Queen St below Mayoral Drive is the primary candidate. High & Lorne Sts are among the smaller streets also likely to be high on the list.

Quay St would be reduced to 2 lanes, making it much more a pedestrian environment across from the wharves. Eastern suburbs traffic would be directed into the new traffic zones.

But before the trials, other preparation is needed. The development office wants traffic to be guided into zones, and not allowed to cross zones, and the office knows the pedestrians-only trials won’t work unless those preparations are in place.

Turning whole streets over to people on foot – plus bikes, prams, scooters, restricted visits by service vehicles and, in some streets, buses & trams – has been a venture too far for councillors for decades.

When Auckland City Council hired Ludo Campbell-Reid for the new role of urban design specialist in 2006 – coming from Tower Hamlets Council in London after earlier roles as chief executive of Urban Design London and in Cape Town – the notion of pedestrianising Queen St downhill from Mayoral Drive was getting, well, a foot into people’s thinking.

The city council turned down that idea, and also spurned pedestrianising a couple of blocks by a narrow margin. One change that did come, in 2007, was the introduction of bus lanes down Queen St. In addition, Lower Queen St between Customs & Quay Sts, and a couple of side streets – the lower end of Swanson St and Vulcan Lane – had their vehicle access ended.

But Mr Campbell-Reid switched from full-on pedestrianisation for major thoroughfares to the introduction of shared spaces, carried out in Elliot St, part of Fort St, and most recently in O’Connell St.

Meanwhile, gridlock took over, made worse over the last 2 years by the streetworks for the city rail link on Albert, Customs & Victoria Sts. People have watched – I think in awe, certainly not scowling – as they’ve waited at traffic lights and been able to observe the tunnelling below them.

And slowly the tide has turned. By the end of 2021, all going well, those tunnels are going to transport hundreds of passengers every 10 minutes or so into 3 central stations – people who have left the status symbol, the car, at home, or don’t even have one there.

The council development office, which Mr Campbell-Reid heads, can rely on those waves of passengers to lift support for locking cars out of the dominance they’ve long had in the city centre.

Those traffic trials are the biggest changes in the review of the city centre masterplan, approved in 2012, this time combined with the waterfront plan as the City Centre Masterplan 2040.

Proposed digital presentation of the new masterplan will allow for rolling reviews.

Auckland Council’s planning committee agreed unanimously yesterday to the development office’s proposals:

  • Digitisation in time to inform the council’s 2021-31 long-term plan
  • Rolling updates rather than 6-yearly updates
  • New content for public consultation & committee approval by July 2019
  • Maori outcomes
  • Grafton Gully boulevard
  • Access for everyone – the friendlier name for pedestrianisation
  • Trials & tactical urbanism initiatives to test & for consultation
  • Trial an “open streets” initiative in the city centre and work with interested local boards to trial it in other centres

Cllr Richard Hills summed it up: “At the Victoria-Queen St intersection at lunchtime, we’ve got 4500 people crossing & 500 cars. We’ve halved the number of cars coming down Queen St already, from 21,000 to 10,000. We have 7000 bikes/day coming into the city. That’s [the equivalent of] a whole lane from Silverdale.”

Link:
Committee agenda item 9, City centre masterplan 2040   

Earlier story:
12 January 2006: Auckland hires London urban design specialist Campbell-Reid

Attribution: Council committee meeting & agenda.

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QVB apartment sells

One apartment in the QVB building at the corner of Queen & Victoria Sts sold and one at the top of the cbd was passed in at Ray White City Apartments’ auction today.

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Queen St

QVB, 6 Victoria St East, unit 3F:
Features: 63m², fully furnished one bedroom
Outgoings: rates $1595/year including gst; body corp levy $4820/year including gst
Income assessment: $470-500/week furnished
Outcome: sold for $450,000
Agents: Mitch Agnew & Ryan Bridgman

Uptown

Uptown, 14 Upper Queen St, unit 6G:
Features: vacant 40m² + 10m² balcony, one bedroom, parking space
Outgoings: rates $1440/year including gst; body corp levy $3400/year including gst
Income assessment: $530-580/week
Outcome: no bid
Agent: Gillian Gibson

Attribution: Auction.

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City loft & Onehunga section sell

A city loft and an Onehunga property zoned for intensification sold at Bayleys’ residential auctions last week.

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Queen St

QVB Building, 6 Victoria St East, unit 6B:
Features: 2-level loft, mezzanine bedroom
Outcome: sold for $511,000
Agents: Julie Quinton & Wendy Nichols

Uptown

Highgate Towers, 8 Howe St, unit 3A:
Features: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 balconies, 2 parking spaces
Outcome: passed in
Agents: Julie Quinton, Trent Quinton & Ellis Prince

Isthmus east

Onehunga

53 Spring St:
Features: 989m² site, 4-bedroom villa in terraced house & apartment buildings zone
Outcome: sold for $1.95 million
Agent: John Procter

Parnell

258 Parnell Rd, unit 43:
Features: studio, parking space
Outcome: auction postponed
Agent: Trisha Vincent

Isthmus west

Avondale

76 Riversdale Rd, unit 4:
Features: one-bedroom unit, carport
Outcome: up for sale by mortgagee, withdrawn from auction
Agents: Cherry Killgour & Steve Leyland

South

Manurewa

2 Totara Rd:
Features: 1042m² section, 3-bedroom house, basement garage, resource consent approved for 3-lot subdivision
Outcome: passed in, back on market at $799,000
Agents: Vanessa Nash, Ginny Cheyne & Stefni Baigent

Attribution: Auction documents.

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7 apartment sales out of 9 units on offer

7 of the 9 apartments & suburban units auctioned by Bayleys last week were sold under the hammer. The mortgagee auction of another unit was postponed.

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Kitchener St

St James, 28-36 Wellesley St, unit 4F:
Features: 2 bedrooms, parking space, across Kitchener St from Auckland Art Gallery & Albert Park
Outcome: sold for $945,000
Agents: Julie Quinton, Diane Jackson & Paula Halford

Queen St

Dilworth, 22-32 Queen St, unit 5G:
Features: studio, high stud
Outgoings: rates $1473/year including gst; body corp levy $4291/year including gst
Outcome: sold for $450,000
Agents: Steve Kirk, Habeeb Urrahman & Chris Cairns

Portland Tower, 62 Queen St, unit 12D:
Features: one bedroom, managed by Quest
Outgoings: rates $5009/year including gst, but hotel pays rebate to owner; income about $11,000/year net + gst
Outcome: sold for $250,000
Agent: Dave Hamlyn

Uptown

CityZone, 11 Liverpool St, unit 1106:
Features: 44m², 2 bedrooms, deck, basement parking space
Outgoings: rates $1246/year including gst; body corp levy $3868/year
Income assessment: $570-600/week
Outcome: sold for $415,000
Agents: Habeeb Urrahman, Steve Kirk & Chris Cairns

Victoria Quarter

Heritage Tower, 22 Nelson St, unit 906:
Features: one bedroom, parking space on separate title, in hotel pool but sold with vacant possession
Outcome: sold for $712,500
Agents: Chris Cairns, Steve Kirk & Habeeb Urrahman

Isthmus east

Onehunga

152 Grey St:
Features: 690m² section zoned mixed housing urban, villa converted into 2 flats, each of 2 bedrooms, parking space
Outcome: sold for $1.325 million
Agent: Eve Park

Parnell

Cleveland Gardens, 22 Cleveland Road, unit 20:
Features: 2 bedrooms, balcony, parking space
Outcome: sold for $850,000
Agent: Fleur Denning

St Heliers

42B Waimarie St:
Features: 348m² terraced townhouse, no body corporate, 4 bedrooms, 2 living rooms, 2 bathrooms, double internal-access garage, utility room, additional storage
Outcome: passed in, back on market at $2.689 million
Agents: David Nightingale & Katya Yushkova

Isthmus west

Avondale

4/76 Riversdale Rd, unit 4:
Features: one bedroom, deck, carport
Outcome: mortgagee auction postponed
Agents: Cherry Killgour & Steve Leyland

North-east

Albany

The Ridge, 71 Spencer Rd, unit C11:
Features: 2 bedrooms, parking space
Outcome: passed in, back on market at $505,000
Agents: Zoe Tietze & Julie Quinton

Attribution: Agency release.

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One apartment sold out of 9 on offer at auction

An apartment in the Volt on Queen St (pictured) was the only one of 9 units on offer to sell at Ray White City Apartments’ auction today.

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Learning Quarter

The Whitaker, 2 Whitaker Place, unit 5C:
Features: 53m², one bedroom, parking space
Outgoings: rates $1168/year including gst
Outcome: no bid
Agent: Andrew Bond

Quay Park

Mirage, 86 The Strand, unit 508:
Features: leasehold, 33m² studio, covered parking space
Outgoings: rates $1149/year including gst
Outcome: no bid
Agents: Mitch Agnew & Ryan Bridgman

Queen St

Guardian, 105 Queen St, unit 511:
Features: 35m², one bedroom
Outgoings: rates $1570/year including gst; body corp levy $3382/year
Income assessment: $480-520/week furnished
Outcome: passed in at $300,000
Agents: May Ma & Mark Li

Uptown

Volt, 430 Queen St, unit 1117:
Features: 40m², 2 bedrooms
Outgoings: rates $1304/year including gst; body corp levy $3901/year after 10% prompt payment discount
Income assessment: $490/week fixed until February
Outcome: sold for $340,000
Agents: Victor Liu

Victoria Quarter

Harvard, 147 Hobson St, unit 2F:
Features: 37m², 2 bedrooms
Outgoings: rates $1071/year including gst; body corp levy $3262/year after 10% prompt payment discount
Income assessment: $430/week current
Outcome: sole bid $280,000 from the vendor, passed in
Agent: Krister Samuel

Harvard, 147 Hobson St, unit 9J:
Features: 38m², 2 bedrooms
Outgoings: rates $1207/year including gst; body corp levy $5050/year
Income assessment: $435/week current
Outcome: passed in at $289,000
Agent: Krister Samuel

Stanford, 189 Hobson St, unit 2G:
Features: 41m², 2 bedrooms,
Outgoings: rates $1130/year including gst; body corp levy $3356/year after 10% prompt payment discount
Income assessment: $430/week current
Outcome: passed in after bid at $250,000, vendor bid at $280,000
Agent: Krister Samuel

Stanford, 189 Hobson St, unit 3B:
Features: 35m², 2 bedrooms
Outgoings: rates $1052/year including gst; body corp levy $3356/year after 10% prompt payment discount
Income assessment: $430/week current
Outcome: sole bid $280,000 from the vendor, passed in
Agent: Krister Samuel

North-east

Albany Heights

125 Gills Rd, unit 46:
Features: 154m², 3-bedroom townhouse, 2.5 bathrooms, double garage
Outgoings: rates $1841/year including gst; body corp levy $3526/year
Income assessment: $590/week, fixed until 8 March, appraisal $600-650/week unfurnished
Outcome: passed in at $650,000
Agents: May Ma & Mark Li

Attribution: Auction.

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