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Sales And Leasing Briefs

1000sqm of retail space in The Zone Franklin shopping centre, Manukau Road, Pukekohe has been leased to the Discount Shoe Warehouse for a term of 9 years. The annual rent will be $182,000 plus GST with a review every second anniversary of the commencement date.

The existing Warehouse Centre is currently undergoing a major expansion and transformation that will see the current centre more than double in size and be known as The Zone Franklin .The No 1 Shoe Warehouse is scheduled to open in July 2006. (Mark Calvert, DTZ, Auckland)

A retail unit at The Zone Franklin shopping centre, Manukau Road, Pukekohe has been leased to Boneyard Surf Shop. The space let is 250sqm and the lease term is 6 years. The annual rent will be $63,500 with a review every second anniversary of the commencement date. Boneyard Surf Shop is scheduled to open in July 2006. (Mark Calvert, DTZ, Auckland)

470sqm of retail space in The Zone Franklin, Manukau Road, Pukekohe has been leased to Plastic Box. The lease term is 9 years and the annual rent will be $85,540 with a review every second anniversary of the commencement date. Plastic Box is scheduled to open in July 2006. (Mark Calvert, DTZ, Auckland)

300 sqm of retail space in The Zone Franklin, Manukau Road, Pukekohe has been leased to Lighting Plus. The lease term is 9 years and the annual rent will be $ 63,000 with a review every second anniversary of the commencement date. Lighting Plus is scheduled to open in July 2006. (Mark Calvert, DTZ, Auckland)

470sqm of retail space in The Zone Franklin, Manukau Road, Pukekohe has been leased to Take 5 Cafe. The lease term is 9 years and the annual rent will be $ 45,000 with a review every second anniversary of the commencement date. Take 5 Cafe is scheduled to open in July 2006. (Mark Calvert, DTZ, Auckland)

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