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F&P Healthcare signs construction contract for 4th East Tamaki building

Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Ltd said on Monday it had signed a contract for Leighs Construction Ltd to construct the fourth building on its 42ha Auckland campus at Maurice Paykel Place, East Tamaki.

The new building will have a gross floor area of 35,700m² and consist of a mix of research & development, pilot manufacturing and warehousing areas. Groundworks have been substantially completed and construction will start in late January, with an expected operational date of 2020.

2300 employees – over half Fisher & Paykel Healthcare’s global workforce of 4100 – work at the campus’s existing 3 buildings. Supply chain, environment & facilities general manager Jonti Rhodes said the new building would accommodate expected growth until about 2023.

“The blend of R&D, manufacturing & warehousing that we have in our existing buildings gives us a very open working environment and helps us work collaboratively across functional groups. It’s a unique, modern way of working that we are looking forward to developing further in the new building,” he said.

The company has also started a building programme in Tijuana, Mexico, where construction of a second manufacturing facility is underway with an anticipated completion date of late 2018. The company has 950 employees in Tijuana, where it’s been manufacturing in a leased facility since 2010.

The total cost of the building projects in New Zealand & Mexico is expected to be about $200 million.

Fisher & Paykel Healthcare designs, manufactures & markets products & systems for use in respiratory care, acute care, surgery & the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea. The company’s products are sold in over 120 countries.

Attribution: Company release.

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$40 million of commercial & industrial sales

Colliers agents have notched up over $40 million of commercial & industrial sales from Paihia to Paraparaumu in 5 transactions.

The biggest was the sale-&-leaseback deal by Steel & Tube Holdings Ltd of its East Tamaki distribution centre in November, scheduled for completion next week.

One of the 5, a Paihia retail property with 14 tenants, was sold for an undisclosed sum.

North

Paihia

68 Marsden Rd & 9 Williams Rd:
Features: 1139m², 4 buildings on 2 titles separated by Paihia Lane, 14 retail tenancies, average weighted lease term 7.35 years
Rent: $701,000/year net + gst
Outcome: sold, price not disclosed
Agents: Colliers capital markets & site sales team

North-west

Henderson

136-140 Lincoln Rd:
Features: 2709m² development site, the former Lincoln vineyard homestead, mixed-use zoning allows for a range of commercial & intensive residential development
Outcome: sold to an owner-occupier for $4,063,500
Agents: Euan Stratton, Josh Coburn & Craig Smith

South

East Tamaki

103A&B Harris Rd:
Features: total 931m², warehouse & office, high stud clearspan warehousing at rear of both units
Rent: $133,856/year net + gst     
Outcome: sold for $2.34 million + gst at a 5.7% yield
Agents: Jolyon Thomson & Jeremy Barnett

68-80 Stonedon Drive:
Features: 3.64ha site, 18,126m² Steel & Tube Holdings Ltd distribution centre,
Rent: $2,036,087/year net + gst  
Outcome: sold for $32,577,392 at a 6.25% yield in 10-year sale & leaseback (6 years certain), transaction scheduled for completion 20 December
Agents: Greg Goldfinch & Andrew Hooper
Earlier story, 20 November 2017:
East Tamaki property sold as Steel & Tube rings in changes

South of the Bombays

Wellington region

Paraparaumu Beach

345-347 Kapiti Rd:
Features: 1844m² site, 880m² office & retail
Outcome: sold for $2.013 million at a 7.47% yield
Agent: Dean Anderson

Attribution: Agency release.

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Sale & 5 leases

Bayleys agents have completed one Rosedale commercial sale & 5 leases, 4 on the Shore and the other in East Tamaki.

Sale

North-east

Rosedale

4 Antares Place, unit J:
Features: 85m² office, 4 parking spaces
Rent: $26,418.12/year net + gst  
Outcome: sold in November for $460,000 + gst at a 5.47% yield
Agents: Alex Strever & James Yu

Leases

North-east

Albany

210 Dairy Flat Highway, unit 6C:
Features: 90m² retail
Rent: leased in November for $37,000/year net + gst, premises rental $411/m²       
Agent: James Yu

Birkenhead

60-60 Mokoia Rd:
Features: 187m² retail
Rent: leased in October for $50,000/year net + gst, premises rental $267/m²
Agents: Michael Nees & Ildy Meixner

Smales Farm

68-76 Taharoto Rd, B:Hive, level 2, suite 207:
Features: 27m² office
Rent: leased in November for $39,900/year net + gst, premises rental $1478/m²      
Agent: Caroline McNaught

Takapuna

20 Northcroft St, level 1, suite 2:
Features: 27m² office, parking space
Rent: leased in November for $12,080/year net + gst, parking $40/space/week, net excluding parking $10,000/year, premises rental $370/m²
Agents: Caroline McNaught & Dean Gilbert-Smith

South

East Tamaki

8 Bishop Lenihan Place, unit H:
Features: 158m² retail, 7 parking spaces
Rent: leased in September for $37,000/year net + gst
Agents: Terry Kim, David Han & Amy Weng

Attribution: Agency release.

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2 industrial units sell

2 industrial units in Botany & East Tamaki were sold at Bayleys’ East Tamaki auction this week.

South

Botany

302 Te Irirangi Drive, unit 3:
Features: 250m² industrial unit in retail complex with opportunity to convert to commercial, retail or restaurant – 250m² ground-floor workshop, office & amenities, stud height rising from 6.5m to 7.5m, 40m² mezzanine office & storage, 16 parking spaces
Outcome: sold for $1.254 million
Agents: John Bolton & Katie Wu

East Tamaki

29 Neilpark Drive, unit C:
Features: 98m² industrial unit
Outcome: sold for $270,000
Agents: Geoff Wyatt & Nelson Raines

Attribution: Agency release.

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Auckland warehouses sell, new Queenstown retail units ignored

2 Auckland warehouses were sold yesterday at CBRE’s first multi-property auction in 7 years (discounting a joint promotion with Bayleys in 2015), but 3 retail units in the new Ramada Remarkables hotel in Queenstown struggled to muster 2 bids (other than vendor indicators) between them.

Agencies sometimes take “out of town” properties to auction in the country’s biggest investor market, Auckland, and often enough find the big-city investors don’t materialise, as happened in this case.

Isthmus east

Panmure

34 Allenby Drive:
Features: 855m² site, existing house vacant, resource consented for 6 apartments & a terraced house
Outcome: vendor bids of $900,000 & $980,000, passed in
Agent: Peter Turner

North-west

New Lynn

12 Stock St:
Features: 660m² warehouse zoned light industrial, ground floor occupied by karate dojo on lease running to 1 March 2018 with 2 2-year rights of renewal; the vendor, the Auckland Play Centre Association, has vacated the upstair offices; 8 parking spaces
Outcome: sold for $970,000
Agents: Michael Bray & Deborah Dowling

South

East Tamaki

28C Andromeda Crescent:
Features: 901m² clearspan warehouse – 728m² warehouse with 4.8m stud height, 85m² warehouse office, 88m² first-floor office; new roof, 2 roller doors, sealed yard, tenant vacating in March        
Outcome: sold for $1.75 million
Agents: Patrick Sammon & Lewis Watson

South Island

Queenstown

Developer Rob Neil of Safari Group (NZ) Ltd, who has specialised in development of Quest hotels and, more recently, Ramada hotels, built the 59-suite Ramada Remarkables at Remarkables Park, including the 3 retail outlets which were taken to auction.

Total rent from 5 new tenancies is $300,900/year.

Agents for all 3 retail units were Richard Larman & Ellie Martin.

24 Hawthorne Drive, unit 2:
Features: 2 tenancies of 58m² & 88m², a rental car office & a gym, 2 parking spaces
Rent: $83,400/year net from 6-year leases, each with 2 3-year rights of renewal      
Outcome: passed in after a starting bid at $500,000 and closing with vendor bids of $1.05 million & $1.4 million, the last indicator representing a yield of 5.96%

24 Hawthorne Drive, unit 6:
Features: 228m² Franks Eatery, 8-year lease, 3 4-year rights of renewal, 2 parking spaces
Rent: $128,400/year net
Outcome: no bid

24 Hawthorne Drive, unit 7:
Features: 2 tenancies of 95m² & 61m²; the larger finance company tenancy of 6 years, 2 3-year rights of renewal, 2 parking spaces; the smaller ophthalmologist’s tenancy of 5 years, 3 3-year rights of renewal, 2 parking spaces
Rent: $89,102.12/year net
Outcome: passed in after a starting bid at $1 million and closing with a vendor bid of $1.4 million, representing a yield of 6.36%

Attribution: Auction.

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One East Tamaki warehouse unit sells

One East Tamaki warehouse & showroom unit was sold under the hammer at Colliers’ auction today, but 2 adjoining units nearby were passed in.

South

East Tamaki

62G Greenmount Drive:
Features: 286m² net lettable area – office 91m², warehouse 132m², showroom 63m² occupied by Blueprint Diesel Co Ltd, which has lease until January 2023
Rent: $38,507.48/year net + opex + gst
Outcome: sold for $760,000 at a 5.01% yield
Agents: Jeremy Barnett & Jolyon Thomson

103 Harris Rd, units A & B:
Features: 931.26m² net lettable area in heavy industry zone, 2 roadfront tilt-slab units, 4 tenants, 2 rear roller doors, 80% seismic rating
Rent: $133,855.58/year net + gst
Outcome: passed in at $2.2 million, representing a yield of 6.08%
Agents: Jeremy Barnett & Jolyon Thomson

Attribution: Auction.

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East Tamaki property sold as Steel & Tube rings in changes

The exit door has been swinging at Steel & Tube Holdings Ltd, and the departures now include property.

Interim chief executive Mark Malpass said in September the board had determined to test the property market, putting its East Tamaki distribution centre up for sale, and on Friday he said the company had accepted an unconditional offer.

“At the heart of any change is recognition that we are a company that provides steel solutions, not a commercial property company. A sale & leaseback would release capital, improving the efficiency of our balance sheet, while still reflecting the importance of the property through favourable lease terms,” Mr Malpass said in September.

On Friday he said the company had signed an unconditional agreement to sell its 68 Stonedon Drive property for $32.577 million on a sale & leaseback basis. The transaction will be completed on 20 December.

That followed a statement from new chair Susan Paterson at the annual meeting on Thursday, that the company believed it could use funds from the sale to generate a better return for shareholders: “Steel & Tube intends to apply the sale proceeds to repay debt and strengthen its balance sheet. This positions the company well for future growth.”

Mr Malpass said the sale didn’t change the earnings guidance the company gave on Thursday – half-year earnings before interest & tax (ebit)) down $9-10 million, but restored in the second for full-year ebit “materially the same” as for the year just gone, which was $31.1 million.

In the first half of the 2018 financial year the company has seen margin pressures from higher steel purchase prices, which the market took some time to pass on to customers. The company has increased selling prices across its portfolio of steel products from mid- November and expects margins to improve in the second half of the financial year.

Mr Malpass said recent changes to the senior executive team were also bringing a fresh focus and, together with the board, he was targeting a turnaround of poorly performing business units and efficiency gains through a change programme.

Ms Paterson told the annual meeting: “Our strategy is to maximise value for our shareholders by creating a sustainable, long-term, successful business. The capital investment made into acquisitions & the business in the past 5 years has created a strong platform for Steel & Tube. However, we are very aware that the company has been too slow to realise the significant benefits & value from these.

“Management & the board are focused on resetting the performance of the business and delivering a sustainable improvement in financial performance, and we expect Steel & Tube to be a significantly stronger business in 12-24 months.”

The board has identified 2 key goals – to provide superior value to customers and to simplify the business. Among guidance points:

  • Half-year ebit is expected to be impacted by working capital review, reorganisation & restructuring activities, increased depreciation costs for a new ERP (enterprise resource planning) system and the slow response by the industry to margin pressures arising from increased costs of supply. Steel & Tube announced price changes to take effect from mid-November in response to market cost pressures
  • The recent implementation of the new ERP system is a key enabler now available to the business and has helped assist management with a review of slow-moving inventory
  • About half the expected decrease in half-year ebit is due to an anticipated writedown of inventory
  • Excluding the one-off inventory valuation adjustment included in the half-year earnings guidance, full year EBIT for the 2018 financial year is expected to be materially the same as the 2017 financial year EBIT of $31.1 million, as the impacts from recent price changes and the benefits of change actions are realised.

The change programme, to enable the company to maximise the value of investments made over the last 5 years, includes:

  • The realignment & simplification of Steel & Tube businesses into 2 streams (distribution & infrastructure), including the integration of acquired businesses
  • Delivering sustainable earnings growth and leveraging the value from the recent capital expenditure programme, including the new ERP system
  • Strengthening the company’s capital structure, including optimising the supply chain and review of the company’s property portfolio
  • Reviewing working capital with a focus on surplus slow-moving inventory items; and
  • A continuing focus on quality, health & safety and the environment.

 Attribution: Company releases, annual meeting speechnotes.

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6 commercial properties & residential development site sell

Bayleys agents in South Auckland have sold 6 commercial properties in East Tamaki, Manukau & Wiri, and a 5ha residential development site at The Gardens, Manurewa.

South

East Tamaki

9 Lady Ruby Drive, unit E:
Features: 160m² industrial unit – 129.5m² ground-floor warehouse, office & amenities, 30m² of mezzanine office, 4 parking spaces
Outcome: sold vacant for $500,000
Agents: Katie Wu, Roy Rudolph & John Bolton

22 Neilpark Drive, unit A:
Features: 337m2 roadfront unit in 3-unit development, A grade food premises comprising about 172mof processing space & warehousing, 58mof chillers & freezers and 63mof offices & amenities
Rent: previously generating $65,000/year net + gst
Outcome: sold with vacant possession for $910,000
Agents: Roy Rudolph, John Bolton, Katie Wu & Karl Price

33 Springs Rd, unit D:
Features: 897m² industrial unit – 460m² high stud clearspan warehouse, dual roller door access, 198m² of ground-floor showroom, office & amenities, 239m² of first-floor offices & amenities with separate entrance
Outcome: sold vacant for $1,817,500
Agents: John Bolton, Roy Rudolph & Katie Wu

Manukau

5 Jack Conway Avenue, unit C:
Features: 471m² 2-level commercial building – 230m² ground-floor tenant Gordy’s Bar & Gaming Lounge has 8-year lease from December 2016, with 3 4-year rights of renewal, 241m² first floor tenanted by Bartercard NZ Ltd on 8-year lease from March 2013, with 2 4-year rights of renewal
Rent: $130,000/year net + gst
Outcome: sold for $1.92 million at a 6.77% yield
Agents: Rod Grieve & Maxine Bates

Manurewa

The Gardens, 261 Hill Rd:
Features: 5.1445ha of mostly bare land with an easy contour, part zoned mixed housing suburban, part future urban
Outcome: sold with vacant possession for $7 million at $136/m2
Agents: Peter Migounoff & Piyush Kumar

Wiri

20 Hobill Avenue:
Features: 3140m² site zoned light industry, modern 600m² industrial building, fully fenced & gated rear site with sealed yard that provides options to extend building
Outcome: sold to an owner occupier for $1.97 million with short-term holding income from vendor & additional income from cellphone tower
Agent: Mike Marinkovich

34 Hobill Avenue, unit E:
Features: 350m² mid-1980s roadfront industrial unit – 156m² warehouse, 194m² showroom, office & amenities over 2 levels
Outcome: sold vacant to an owner-occupier for $1.02 million
Agent: Mike Marinkovich

Attribution: Agency release.

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Updated: Takapuna properties bought on development-based yields as 9 sell at Bayleys’ commercial auction

Published 26 October 2017, updated 28 October 2017:
Bayleys’ 7th Total Property commercial auction in Auckland for the year ended with 9 properties sold, 8 passed in, and the auction of the one remaining property on the list was deferred a week. Another, in Birkenhead, has been sold post-auction.

The sales included 2 adjoining converted houses (pictured) on Lake Rd, Takapuna, sold at yields on present uses of 2.7% & 4.1%. Both have more intensive development potential.

CBD

Waterfront

Sebel, 85-93 Customs St West, unit S:
Features: leasehold, 628m² floor area, tenant Soul Bar on 9-year lease + rights of renewal until 2038
Rent: $437,500/year net + gst + outgoings including ground rent, rent reviews to CPI + fixed increases
Outcome: passed in
Agent: Mark Pittaway

16 Viaduct Harbour Avenue, unit 1A, ground floor:
Features: leasehold, 439m² office including balcony, 5 secure covered parking spaces
Rent: $248,500/year gross + gst, net $124,026/year + gst, 6-year lease to Auckland Council with rights of renewal
Outcome: passed in
Agent: Mark Pittaway

Isthmus east

Onehunga

360 Onehunga Mall:
Features: 538m² site zoned residential – terrace housing & apartment building, 2-level 341m² building constructed in 2010, ground-floor liquor store, 4-bedroom accommodation above
Rent: $93,712.50/year net + gst
Outcome: sold for $1.96 million at a 4.78% yield
Agents: Ken Lu, Damien Bullick & Alan Haydock

Panmure

100 Queens Rd:
Features: 979m² site, 1701m² floor area, multi-tenanted retail property
Rent: $131,181/year net + gst + outgoings, rising to $139,432/year next April 
Outcome: auction deferred until Wednesday 6 December
Agent: Mark Pittaway

Penrose

766 Great South Rd:
Features: 998m² site, 300m² single-level medical clinic, multiple tenants include GP practice, physiotherapist, occupational therapist & accountant
Rent: $65,050/year net + gst
Outcome: sold for $1.065 million at a 6.11% yield
Agents: Tony Chaudhary, Janak Darji, James Hill & James Chan

25 Walls Rd:
Features: 1037m² light industry-zoned site, 702m² high stud warehouse & office building, new 6-year lease to well established import & distribution tenant
Rent: $106,302/year net + gst     
Outcome: sold for $2.305 million at a 4.61% yield
Agents: Mike Adams & Phil Haydock

Isthmus west

Mt Eden

54 Mt Eden Rd:
Features: 400m² site zoned mixed use, in Grammar zone, 130m² villa, garage + 3 parking spaces
Outcome: passed in at $1.4 million
Agents: Alan Haydock, Phil Haydock & Damien Bullick

North-east

Birkenhead

221-225 Hinemoa St:
Features: 522m² floor area, medi-spa & beauty salon a tenant since 2004 & on new 5-year lease, 2 small shops, penthouse apartment
Rent: $122,304/year net + gst from commercial premises, apartment vacant
Outcome: passed in at $3.5 million
Agents: James Kidd & Michael Nees

Updated: 60-62 Mokoia Rd:
Features: 405m² site in town centre zone (21m height limit) retail strip, 744m² floor area, 3 tenants
Rent: $131,018.33/year net + gst + outgoings
Outcome: passed in at $2.2 million, sold shortly after auction for $2.3 million at a 5.7% yield
Agents: Michael Nees & Nick Howe-Smith

Takapuna

58-60 Jutland Rd:
Features: 371m² site zoned neighbourhood centre (13m height limit), 398m² 2-level building with mix of commercial & residential tenancies – 3 ground-floor retail units, anchored by a superette, 2 flats above; secondary access at the rear, where there are 4 parking spaces
Rent: $100,088/year net + gst current, development upside   
Outcome: sold for $2.09 million at a 4.79% yield
Agents: Adam Curtis, Damian Stephen & Nick Howe-Smith

398 Lake Rd:
Features: 888m² site in mixed use zone, 321m² 2-level building; the Skin Institute has occupied the premises since 1994 and has recently renewed its lease until September 2023, with 3 further 3-year rights of renewal; zoning provides potential for residential accommodation with sea views on top of commercial base
Rent: $165,000/year/net + gst    
Outcome: sold for $4.04 million at a 4.08% yield
Agents: Ranjan Unka, Tonia Robertson & Ashton Geissler

400 Lake Rd:
Features: 890m² site zoned mixed use, 272m² converted split-level character residential building, fully leased to long established law firm Turner Hopkins with 5½ years to run on lease, longer-term potential for multi-level redevelopment
Rent: $96,000/year net + gst
Outcome: sold for $3.61 million at a 2.66% yield
Agents: Tonia Robertson, Ranjan Unka & Terry Kim

North-west

Henderson

42 Paramount Drive, units 6 & 7:
Features: 280m² for 2 units consented for restaurant use, separate entrances, in retail complex off Lincoln Rd
Outcome: sold vacant for $1.408 million
Agents: David Han, Terry Kim & Matt Lee

South

Beachlands

40 9th View Avenue:
Features: 1416m² site zoned residential – terrace housing & apartment building, opposite entranceway to Pine Harbour marina, modern 640m² single-level showroom building;
Rent: $36,443/year holding income
Outcome: sold for $1.65 million from lease to Pine Harbour Motorsport Museum
Agents: Nick Bayley & Dave Stanley

East Tamaki

46 Neilpark Drive:
Features: 2100m² site, 2 adjoining clearspan warehouse & office units totalling 1012m²
Rent: $110,000/year net + gst holding income from short-term leaseback of both units to vendor
Outcome: sold shortly after auction for $2.65 million
Agents: Katie Wu, John Bolton & Roy Rudolph

Papakura

80 Hunua Rd, lot 2:
Features: 9453m² site, 6302m² warehouse
Rent: $360,000/year net + gst     
Outcome: passed in at $4 million
Agents: Shane Snijder & Peter Migounoff

Wiri

55 Ash Rd, unit 4:
Features: 200m² unit in industrial precinct, parking
Rent: $28,600/year net + gst
Outcome: passed in at $625,000
Agents: Karl Price & Nick Bayley

South of the Bombays

Manawatu – Dannevirke

69 High St:
Features: 617m² site, 693m² building, long-term tenant Westpac on new 5-year lease, 3 more 3-year rights of renewal, second tenant Cooly Properties Ltd on one-year lease to end of next year
Rent: $59,000/year net + gst from bank, $30,000/year net + gst from second tenant
Outcome: no bid
Agent: Rollo Vavasour

Attribution: Auction.

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8 out of 10 sell at Bayleys commercial auction

8 of the 10 properties in Bayleys’ Total Property commercial auction yesterday were sold under the hammer.

6 of them were vacant or with short leases. Of the 3 where a yield could be calculated, an Asian supermarket in Papakura (outlined in picture) sold at 4.7%, a Grange hair salon at Warkworth sold at 5.9% and a Birkenhead property with 5 tenants sold at 6%.

Isthmus east

Onehunga

12 George Terrace:
Features: vacant 521m² site, 515m² refurbished standalone industrial building, zone allows live/work or residential
Outcome: sold for $1.4 million
Agents: James Valintine & William Gubb

Parnell

11 Farnham St:
Features: 269m² site, standalone building with 4 levels built 10 years ago, 659m² floor area, private lift to penthouse on top 2 floors, conservatory, 4 bedrooms, 5/6-car garage + secured yard parking on ground floor, partitioned office & amenities on level 1, air-conditioned on levels 1-3
Outcome: sold for $3.22 million
Agents: Millie Liang

St Johns

121 Morrin Rd:
Features: 4755m² site, 2312m² high stud warehouse, 6 roller doors, small office, yard + parking
Rent: short-term tenancy in place
Outcome: sold for $6.81 million
Agents: Jamsheed Sidhwa, Luke Carran & James Valintine

North-east

Birkenhead

49-55 Birkenhead Avenue:
Features: 801m² site, 481m² floor area, 5 tenants, town centre zoning has 21m height limit
Rent: $112,070/year net + gst
Outcome: sold for $1.867 million at a 6% yield
Agents: Michael Nees, David Huang & Oscar Kuang

Browns Bay

755 Beach Rd:
Features: vacant 1029m² site, 70m² building, mixed use zoning allows building height up to 4 storeys
Outcome: passed in at $700,000
Agents: Ranjan Unka & Anna Radkevich

Rosedale

372 Rosedale Rd, unit 2A:
Features: 186.7m² first-floor office, 6 parking spaces, tenant Bayleys Real Estate Ltd
Rent: $58,209/year net + gst + outgoings, 18-month lease from 1 April, 2 18-month rights of renewal
Outcome: no bid
Agents: Matt Mimmack & Eddie Zhong

Unsworth Heights

1 Greenwich Way, shop 7:
Features: 186m² retail unit, tenant BookPrint Ltd
Rent: $51,520/year net + gst + outgoings
Outcome: withdrawn from auction
Agents: Dean Gilbert-Smith & Adam Curtis

Warkworth

The Grange, 67 Auckland Rd, unit 22A & 22B:
Features: 119m² shop, tenant Vivo Beauty Ltd
Rent: $49,100/year net + gst, new 8-year lease
Outcome: sold by the developer, Square & Main Street Ltd (Adam Reynolds) for $830,000 at a 5.9% yield
Agents: Matt Lee, James Chan & Henry Napier

North-west

Henderson

111 Lincoln Rd, unit FB:
Features: retail unit, tenant Petstock
Rent: $105,000/year net + gst, new 6-year lease
Outcome: withdrawn from auction
Agents: Tony Chaudhary & James Chan

South

East Tamaki

20 Ra Ora Drive:
Features: vacant 4885m² site, metalled, fenced & electronic security gate, former Howick Bus Co Ltd depot
Outcome: sold for $2 million
Agents: John Bolton, Roy Rudolph & Katie Wu

Papakura

303-305 Great South Rd:
Features: 2023m² site zoned business mixed use, Asian supermarket tenant
Rent: $161,740/year net + gst, new 4-year lease + 3 4-year rights of renewal
Outcome: sold for $3.44 million at a 4.7% yield
Agents: Quinn Ngo, Matt Lee & Piyush Kumar

Takanini

305 Great South Rd:
Features: vacant 990m² industrial site, 448m² warehouse
Outcome: sold for $1.52 million
Agents: Shane Snijder & Peter Migounoff

Attribution: Auction.

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