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Sales and leasing briefs

Please find below two recent DTZ sales and leasing briefs for your information.

A corner tenancy on the ground level of 175 Khyber Pass, Grafton has been leased at $35,418.83 pa plus GST with 5 car parks at $6,500 pa plus GST. The building comprise of 4 levels with basement car parking and 3 levels of commercial offices. The new tenant will be using the premises for a printing/reproduction business. (Anthony Law / Scott Whitten, DTZ Auckland)

Part of the old Carter’s Mill site at 24 Deacon Road, Riverhead is for sale by tender, deadline 3pm on 6th October. The property is a large corner site of 4.0873 hectares situated on the corner of Deacon and Forestry Roads. This site is a significant piece of industrial real estate in Rodney District. Currently owned by a private investor, the property is zoned industrial. With a lack of industrial land around Auckland, this is an exciting opportunity that would be suitable for a subdivision or an owner-occupier. (Ian Wolfgram / Marie-Anne Molloy, DTZ Auckland)


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