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3 suburban units sell

3 of the 5 suburban units & cross-leased homes auctioned at Barfoot & Thompson yesterday were sold under the hammer or shortly after.

Isthmus east

Epsom

7A Atherton Rd:
Features: cross-leased terrace, quarter share in 1384m², 4 bedrooms, deck, internal-access garage
Outcome: sold for $1.505 million
Agents: George Fong & Laura McAuley

15C Cornwall Park Avenue:
Features: cross-lease, 1/3 share in 1275m², 5 bedrooms, pool
Outcome: passed in
Agents: Ann Lepper & James Gai

Isthmus west

Mt Eden

24A Marlborough St:
Features: cross-lease, half share in 698m², 3 bedrooms, deck, offstreet parking
Outcome: passed in at $930,000
Agents: Matt O’Rourke & Ryan Harding

North-west

New Lynn

100 Portage Rd, unit 3:
Features: 2-bedroom unit, garage
Outcome: sold shortly after auction, price not disclosed
Agents: Richard Han & Barry He

South

Manurewa

60 Coxhead Rd:
Features: cross-lease, half share in 1148m², 3-bedroom bungalow, deck, sleepout
Outcome: sold for $520,000
Agent: Repeka Lelaulu

Attribution: Auctions.

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2 commercial properties sell at Colliers auction

Both commercial properties auctioned at Colliers yesterday were sold under the hammer.

The agents said the Onehunga property’s overall size and warehouse:office ratio was in huge demand from occupiers, with little to no supply in this size & price range, and it was under-rented.

Isthmus east

Onehunga

34 Princes St:
Features: 627m² mixed-use site, 405m² net lettable area – warehouse 341m², office 63m², seismic rating 75% of new building standard
Rent: $43,000/year net + gst (under-rented)    
Outcome: sold for $1.185 million
Agents: Ben Cockram & Hamish West

South

Flat Bush

2 Bishop Dunn Place, unit 3:
Features: vacant 132m² ground-floor office fronting Te Irirangi Drive  
Outcome: sold for $685,000
Agents: Matthew Barnes & Jeremy Barnett

Attribution: Auction documents.

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8 out of 12 sell at Bayleys’ auction

8 of the 12 commercial properties in Bayleys’ Total Property auction on Wednesday sold under the hammer. Heaviest bidding was between intending owner-occupiers for a Penrose property on Olive Rd (pictured). 

Isthmus east

Parnell

481 Parnell Rd:
Features: 300m² site zoned mixed use, in double grammar zone, 225m² 2-level character dwelling converted for commercial use with resource consent to demolish; new 4-year lease from May 2017 to Mt Hobson Properties Ltd (Hamish Firth)
Rent: $80,000/year net + gst
Outcome: sold for $2.45 million at a 3.26% yield
Agents: Alan Haydock, Damien Bullick & Phil Haydock

Penrose

9 Olive Rd:
Features: 2043m² site, 1281m² older style industrial building, 884m² manufacturing warehouse, 257m² of offices & amenities and 109m² of mezzanines, first time on market in 34 years
Outcome: sold with vacant possession for $3.32 million at $2591.7/m² land & building
Agents: John Bolton & Roy Rudolph

Royal Oak

Royal Oak Mall, 691 Manukau Rd, unit AL:
Features: 226m² retail unit, occupied by Paper Plus since 1993
Rent: $48,845/year net + gst
Outcome: no bid
Agents: Nicolas Ching & Beterly Pan

North-east

Milford

47 Nile Rd:
Features: 688m² site zoned neighbourhood centre, 2 roadfront shops (superette & Thai takeaway) totalling 132m² and 92m² residential dwelling occupied by superette tenant; longer-term redevelopment potential
Rent: $56,200/year net + gst
Outcome: sold for $1.56 million at a 3.6% yield
Agents: Eddie Zhong, Terry Kim & Ranjan Unka

170 Wairau Rd, unit 22:
Features: 180m² retail unit in rear portion of Wairau Junction convenience centre, occupied by Wairau Foods & Spices which renewed in February for 6 years
Rent: $55,500/year net + gst
Outcome: sold for $840,000 at a 6.61% yield
Agents: Matt Mimmack & Ashton Geissler

Silverdale

4 Titan Place, unit R:
Features: 169m² workshop & office unit built in 2007, 3-phase power, air-conditioning, security alarm system, 2 parking spaces; 2-year lease to Ice Industrial Engravers Ltd from 1 July 2017
Rent: $22,500/year net + gst
Outcome: sold for $426,000 at a 5.28% yield
Agents: Rosemary Wakeman & Mustan Bagasra

Warkworth

The Grange, 67 Auckland Rd, unit 21A:
Features: 61m² unit in retail complex, currently fitted out as office accommodation and leased to Hawthorn Geddes Engineers & Architects for 6 years from April 2017; could be converted to retail
Rent: $21,315/year net + gst
Outcome: sold for $432,000 at a 4.93% yield; auction brought forward, bidding starting at declared reserve of $338,500
Agents: Matt Lee & James Chan

The Grange, 67 Auckland Rd, unit 15:
Features: 367m² unit in retail complex occupied by Fit Factory gym for 6 years from March 2017
Outcome: no bid
Agents: Matt Lee & James Chan

North-west

Henderson

114 Henderson Valley Rd:
Features: 2140m² site, 80-unit storage complex
Rent: $145,218/year net + gst
Outcome: passed in on vendor bid of $1.7 million
Agents: Shane Snijder & James Hill

Hobsonville

160 Hobsonville Point Rd, unit 5R:
Features: 118m² ground-floor retail unit, 2 parking spaces occupied by café on 10-year lease
Rent: $56,200/year net + gst
Outcome: no bid
Agents: Steven Liu & Eddie Zhong

South

Manurewa

232 Great South Rd:
Features: 2141m² site, 2025m² bulk retail building owned & occupied by family furniture business for 20 years, 2-year lease back
Rent: $170,000/year net + gst
Outcome: sold for $2.4 million at a 7.08% yield
Agents: Shane Snijder & Piyush Kumar

Papakura

32 Elliot St:
Features: 809m² corner site, 2-level main building, 157m² of ground-floor offices plus 106m² residential floor & 36m² terrace above currently occupied by beauty therapy business; 1920s 90m²  bungalow at rear with separate entrance & residential tenancy
Rent: $46,540/year net + gst from 2 commercial leases; $23,400/year from residential tenancy
Outcome: sold for $1.32 million at a 5.3% yield
Agents: Rod Grieve & Peter Migounoff

Attribution: Agency release.

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Corrected: 2 sales & 6 leases for Knight Frank

Knight Frank agents have reported 2 industrial sales in Mt Wellington and at Wigram, on the outskirts of Christchurch, plus 6 Christchurch leases. Th size of the Marua Rd building has been corrected.

Sales

Isthmus east

Mt Wellington

Corrected: 224 Marua Rd:
Features: 827m² site, 526m² [corrected: the figure originally given was just 26m²] warehouse with office & amenities
Outcome: sold for $1.08 million at a 4.8% yield
Agents: Scott Worrall & Michelle Kennard

South Island

Canterbury

Wigram

44 Dakota Crescent:
Features: 2852m² site, 1917m² industrial building
Outcome: sold for $2.825 million at a 6.55% yield
Agents: Myles Addington & Terry Connolly

Leases

South

East Tamaki

7 Springs Rd, ground floor:
Features: 347m² office, 10 parking spaces
Rent: $59,590/year net + gst + opex
Agent: Josh Franklin

South Island

Canterbury

Addington

12 Pope St:
Features: 205m² office, 6 parking spaces
Rent: $28,000/year net + gst + opex
Agent: Myles Addington

Middleton

223 Annex Rd, unit A:
Features: 208m² warehouse, 40m² showroom, 72m² office & amenities, 6 parking spaces
Rent: $32,500/year net + gst + opex
Agent: Myles Addington

Rolleston

35 Illinois Drive, unit 7:
Features: 139m² warehouse & office unit, 2 parking spaces
Rent: $19,500/year net + gst + opex
Agent: Myles Addington

Sockburn

19 Nga Mahi Rd, unit 3:
Features: 198m² warehouse, 42m² ground-floor office & showroom, 41m² first-floor office & mezzanine, 5 parking spaces
Rent: $32,000/year net + gst + opex
Agent: Myles Addington

13 Parkhouse Rd, unit 3:
Features: 234m² showroom & office, 150m² warehouse, 9 parking spaces
Rent: $59,550/year net + gst + opex
Agent: Myles Addington

Attribution: Agency release.

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Bob Dey Property Report diary, week 26 June-2 July 2017

The diary lists council meetings & agendas, hearings & submissions, economic release dates, events, Parliament order paper items and securities.

Council links

All Auckland Council agendas can be reached via http://infocouncil.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/. The council livestreams (and archives) Town Hall meetings and some other meetings. You can check those at http://councillive.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/.

Environmental Protection Authority

Board of inquiry hearing:

East-West link, hearing opens Tuesday 27 June at 9am, Ellerslie recourse, Ascot stand, and is scheduled to run for 8-10 weeks (sitting 9-5, Tuesday-Friday the first week, Monday-Thursday thereafter)
Link: Hearing index

Auckland Council

Governing body:

Thursday 29 June at 9.30am, Town Hall:
Summary of the Tupuna Maunga Authority operational plan 2017-18
Final Tupuna Maunga Authority operational plan 2017-18
10, Annual budget 2017-18 (annual plan), for adoption (detailed governing body plan & local body agreements still to come)
Revenue & financing policy
11, Rates setting 2017-18 
12, City Rail Link agreements, for approval (first in public meeting, then in confidential)

Committees:

Forums, panels & boards:

You can check council meeting agendas through this link: http://infocouncil.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/

In this round of local board meetings, they’re considering relationship agreements with mana whenua, Auckland Transport monthly reports, local grant applications, environment work programmes (including many small projects by locals), and park, reserve, community facility & library work programmes, refreshes of the Auckland Plan maintenance contracts that start on 1 July (Project 17), and Panuku Development Auckland 6-monthly reports at some boards.

Auckland city centre advisory board, Wednesday 28 June at 3pm, 135 Albert St

Papakura Local Board, Wednesday 28 June at 4.30pm, Papakura, council service centre, 35 Coles Crescent:
14, Leona McKenzie memorial seat, Short St, Opaheke
Recommendation
Attachments
Auckland Transport processes to install a memorial seat on a street berm
Auckland Transport application for encroachment form
Information relating to applying for a corridor access request
Auckland Transport fee schedule – corridor access requests
Information from the Ministry of Education website regarding community-funded property
Maps illustrating the distance of parks to the Opaheke School 
Leona McKenzie memorial seat report considered at 26 April 2017 Papakura Local Board meeting
Local board agenda, April 2017, item 22 (pages 81-96)
Related story, 25 June 2017: Take a rest after reading this one – but not on a memorial bench

Hearings:

Meadowbank, 6-14 Meadowbank Rd, application by Meadowbank Developments Ltd (Chris Jones – Southside Group Ltd, Arcus Property Ltd – Arrow International Group Ltd, Cary Bowkett, Alistair & Warren Dryden – Dryden Developments Ltd) for 65-unit residential development comprising a 6-storey apartment building & 3-storey terrace building; council planner Catherine Raeburn has recommended consent; hearing Monday 26 June at 9.30am, Town Hall

Parnell, 24 York St, application by NYS Developments Ltd (Colin & Jan Pauling) to build 6 new residential units through the addition of 3 storeys to the existing building to create a 6-storey building with a communal rooftop area, hearing Thursday 6 July at 9.30am, Town Hall

Submissions:

Dairy Flat, 244 Postman Rd & Wilks Rd, application by Sunrise 9 Trustees Ltd (John Hamilton) for combined subdivision & land use consent for a 43-lot rural residential development, a utility lot & taxi way, including area to site hangars; submissions close Tuesday 11 July

Highbrook, 11 Cryers Rd, application by Establish ECE Ltd (Logan Whitelaw & Paul Rodgers) for a mixed use development comprising 2 buildings – Building C containing a purpose-built childcare centre  providing for 107 children and a 24/7 gym, Building B a 1402m² double-storey retail, commercial & office building; submissions close Wednesday 19 July

Whenuapai, 106 Totara Rd & 50-52 Brigham Creek Rd, application by Whenuapai Land Co Ltd (Cameron Wilson – Oyster Capital Ltd) to build Z service station; submissions close Thursday 20 July

Auctions:

Barfoot & Thompson, apartments & commercial Thursdays at 10am, residential Tuesday-Friday at 10am & 1.30pm, 34 Shortland St
Bayleys, Total Property commercial, Wednesday 28 June at 11am, residential Wednesdays at 2pm, Bayleys House, Wynyard Quarter, 30 Gaunt St
City Sales, apartments, Wednesday 5 July at 12.30pm, 445 Karangahape Rd
Colliers, commercial, Wednesday 12 July at 11am, SAP House, 151 Queen St
NAI Harcourts, Tuesday 27 June at 1pm, Takapuna, 128 Hurstmere Rd
Ray White City Apartments, Thursdays at 12.30pm, 2 Lorne St

Economy:

June

Building consents, May, Friday 30 June
Trade – overseas merchandise, May, Tuesday 27 June

July

Accommodation survey, May, Wednesday 12 July
Building consents, June, Monday 31 July
Consumers price index, June quarter, Tuesday 18 July
Dwelling & household estimates, June quarter – tables, Friday 7 July
Electronic card transactions, June, Tuesday 11 July
Household living-costs price indexes, June quarter, Thursday 27 July
Migration, international travel, June, Friday 21 July
QV house price index, Wednesday 5 July
Trade – overseas merchandise, June, Wednesday 26 July
US Federal Reserve, open market committee, Tuesday-Wednesday 25-26 July

Events:

Waterview Connection, now scheduled to open to traffic in early July

Property Council, Thursday 6 July at 7.15-9am, The infrastructure issue: holding Auckland back, Grand Millennium, 71 Mayoral Drive

HotelsWorld, Tuesday-Thursday 25-27 July, Sydney, 4 consecutive events for hotel, resort & serviced apartment operators, investors, developers, lenders & industry professionals

Facilities Integrate 2017, Wednesday-Thursday 27-28 September at 10am-5pm, Greenlane, ASB Showgrounds

Third tripartite economic summit between Auckland, Guangzhou & Los Angeles, Wednesday-Friday 27-29 September (to be confirmed), Guangzhou
Link: Auckland Council update on the tripartite economic alliance between Auckland, Guangzhou & Los Angeles

Building for better lives, Australian national housing conference hosted by Australian Housing & Research Institute, 29 November-1 December, Sydney, International Convention Centre

Parliament:

Provisional order paper, Tuesday 27 June

Government orders of the day:

1, Appropriation (2016/17 Supplementary Estimates) Bill, second reading (introduced 25 May)
2, Energy Innovation (Electric Vehicles & Other Matters) Amendment Bill, third reading
3, Point England Development Enabling Bill, third reading
4, Land Transfer Bill, third reading
6, Local Government Act 2002 Amendment Bill (No 2), second reading (report of the Local Government & Environment Committee presented 15 June)
10, Te Ture Whenua Maori Bill, committee stage
12, Appropriation (2017/18 Estimates) Bill, committee stage, estimates debate
13, Maritime Crimes Amendment Bill, committee stage
16, Rangitane Tu Mai Ra (Wairarapa Tamaki nui-a-Rua) Claims Settlement Bill, second reading (report of the Maori Affairs Committee presented 20 March)
17, Ngati Pukenga Claims Settlement Bill, second reading (report of the Maori Affairs Committee presented 3 March)
18, Ngatikahu ki Whangaroa Claims Settlement Bill, third reading
19, Ngai Te Rangi & Nga Potiki Claims Settlement Bill, second reading (report of the Maori Affairs Committee presented 21 November 2016)
21, Tauranga Moana Iwi Collective Redress & Nga Hapu o Ngati Ranginui Claims Settlement Bill, second reading (report of the Maori Affairs Committee presented 3 March)
25, Residential Tenancies Amendment Bill (No 2), first reading (introduced 23 May)
29, Ngati Tamaoho Claims Settlement Bill, first reading (introduced 22 June)
32, Commerce (Cartels & Other Matters) Amendment Bill, committee stage
33, Taxation (Income-sharing Tax Credit) Bill, second reading (report of the Finance & Expenditure Committee presented 21 March 2011)
34, Insolvency Practitioners Bill, committee stage
35, Regulatory Standards Bill, second reading (report of the Commerce Committee presented 8 May 2015)
36, Nga Rohe Moana o Nga Hapu o Ngati Porou Bill, first reading (introduced 29 September 2008)

Members’ orders of the day:

2, Private International Law (Choice of Law in Tort) Bill, Sarah Dowie, second reading (report of the Justice & Electoral Committee presented 7 June)
3, Local Electoral (Equitable Process for Establishing Maori Wards & Maori Constituencies) Amendment Bill, Marama Davidson, first reading (introduced 11 May)

Extended sittings:

Wednesday 5 July (effective Thursday 6 July from 9am):
Rangitane Tu Mai Ra (Wairarapa Tamaki nui-a-Rua) Claims Settlement Bill, second reading (report of the Maori Affairs Committee presented 20 March)
Ngati Pukenga Claims Settlement Bill, second reading (report of the Maori Affairs Committee presented 3 March)
Ngati Tamaoho Claims Settlement Bill, first reading (introduced 22 June)

Wednesday 9 August (effective Thursday 10 August from 9am):
Rangitane Tu Mai Ra (Wairarapa Tamaki nui-a-Rua) Claims Settlement Bill, committee stage, third reading
Ngati Pukenga Claims Settlement Bill, committee stage, third reading

Submissions

Friendly Societies & Credit Unions (Regulatory Improvements) Amendment Bill, submissions close Thursday 20 July
Inquiry into 2016 local authority elections, submissions close Tuesday 22 August

Submissions to MBIE on fire safety regulations

MBIE (the Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment) began a review in 2014 of fire regulation changes made in 2012 and has developed 4 proposals to improve clauses & compliance documents; submissions opened on 15 May and close on Friday 14 July
Link: Fire programme

Securities – NZ

Arvida Group Ltd, annual meeting, Friday 7 July at 10.30am, Christchurch, The Piano, 156 Armagh St
Goodman Property Trust, annual meeting, Wednesday 2 August at 1.30pm, SkyCity Convention Centre
Kiwi Property Group Ltd, annual meeting, Friday 28 July at 10am, Christchurch, Hagley Oval Pavilion
Ryman Healthcare Ltd, annual meeting, Thursday 27 July at 10am, Rangiora, Charles Upham retirement village

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Take a rest after reading this one – but not on a memorial bench

The family of a woman who made crossing the street to & from Opaheke School, Papakura, a safer exercise for 27 years decided to offer a seat outside the school in her memory. It turns out you could dig a rail tunnel through the middle of the city centre more easily.

Leona McKenzie died in February last year aged 82. Her family’s gift of a seat went before the local board in April and was deferred to May, but only made it back on to the board’s agenda for this week’s meeting, on Wednesday evening.

From what I can see in the many pages of documents about what you might think is a simple gift to remember a very special “lollipop lady”, everything has been done by the book. What the record to this point shows, however, is an extraordinary volume of bureaucratic input – not to mention cost to the donor.

People give to their community. Once upon a time Leona McKenzie’s family might have told the school they’d like to see a seat with a plaque on it at the school gate, the school would have thought it was a good idea and it would have been done.

Now, it’s been past the school, Auckland Transport ($1000 non-refundable deposit required for an application for an encroachment licence or lease of airspace, subsoil or road surface), Education Ministry information has been added, a map showing the distance to nearby parks & reserves has been included, mana whenua haven’t yet been consulted.

One part of this intrigues me: the Auckland Transport documentation refers to “Auckland Transport land”. So you’d be wrong in thinking Auckland Transport maintains land on behalf of its owners, the ratepayers of Auckland – or would you? The semantics can make a difference to people’s thinking & actions.

If the local board decides to fund the memorial seat from the locally driven initiatives capex budget, it runs into another problem. As the comprehensive staff report says, “There is no department to drive the project.”

The super-city was formed for the whole Auckland region in 2010 to improve the provision of services and to streamline how things are done compared to the disconnects between the previous 7 territorial councils and the regional council.

And there do need to be checks & balances. But along the journey we’ve lost our way.

Below, the document trail:
Papakura Local Board, Wednesday 28 June at 4.30pm, Papakura, council service centre, 35 Coles Crescent:
14, Leona McKenzie memorial seat, Short St, Opaheke
Recommendation
Attachments
Auckland Transport processes to install a memorial seat on a street berm    
Auckland Transport application for encroachment form   
Information relating to applying for a corridor access request    
Auckland Transport fee schedule – corridor access requests    
Information from the Ministry of Education website regarding community-funded property    
Maps illustrating the distance of parks to the Opaheke School    
Leona McKenzie memorial seat report considered at 26 April 2017 Papakura Local Board meeting   
Local board agenda, April 2017, item 22 (pages 81-96)

Attribution: Local board agendas.

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Neales Rd building sells

Colliers agents have sold an industrial building on Neales Rd, East Tamaki.

South

East Tamaki

11 Neales Rd:
Features: 2693m² industrial site, 1454m² building, 2 tenancies – 694m² front unit with mix of high & low stud, 760m² rear unit has factor & office/amenity space, yard
Outcome: sold for $2.385 million + gst
Agents: Jolyon Thomson & Paul Higgins

Attribution: Agency release.

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Lessor sells 3 Ellerslie titles

The lessor’s interest in 3 Ellerslie titles is among 3 eastern suburbs sales by Bayleys commercial agents. An East Tamaki live/work unit has also been sold.

Isthmus east

Ellerslie

19-23 Kalmia St:
Features: Lessor’s interest in 3 titles totalling 1599m², 20-year perpetually renewable ground lease paid by 3 occupants, with 5-yearly rent reviews calculated by multiplying unencumbered freehold market value of land by 6.5%, next review November 2020; rezoned business – mixed use under the unitary plan with height limit increased to 18m
Rent: $114,000/year net + gst
Outcome: sold for $2.75 million at a 4.16% yield
Agents: Alan Haydock &Damien Bullick

Mt Wellington

284F Marua Rd:
Features: 91m² office/showroom unit with kitchen & amenities
Outcome: sold vacant for $430,000
Agents: Greg Hall & Sunil Bhana

Onehunga

37 Princes St:
Features: 320m² site zoned mixed use, 185m² industrial workshop, 2-year lease to auto tenant, final expiry in June 2018
Rent: $22,000/year net + gst
Outcome: sold for $850,000
Agents: James Valintine & Greg Hall

South

East Tamaki

7 Torrens Rd, unit 4A:
Features: 2-level work/live premises totalling 145m² plus balcony & private courtyard, 3 parking spaces; ground-floor showroom/office and low stud warehouse, 3-bedroom apartment on first floor
Outcome: sold for $650,000 with vacant possession
Agent: Mike Marinkovich

Attribution: Agency release.

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9 Manukau residential sales & 4 at city auction for Barfoots

Anyone looking for trends in the residential auctionrooms at the moment is likely to be bamboozled – lots of sales one day, none the next.

Barfoot & Thompson’s had some quiet days at its Manukau auctions recently, but started its auction programme for this week with 7 sales under the hammer & 2 sold prior out of 21 listed.

At the city auction on Tuesday, 4 homes were sold – including a townhouse at New Lynn – 6 were passed in and 2 were withdrawn from auction.

North-west

New Lynn

3 Ambrico Place, unit 21:
Features: 2-bedroom townhouse, balcony, 2 parking spaces
Outcome: sold for $500,000
Agents: Aken Yuan & Michelle Zhou

Manukau auction sales

At the Manukau auction on Tuesday, the agency sold 7 homes under the hammer & 2 prior out of 21 listed.

The sales included a Dannemora apartment & 2 units on one title in Papakura.

South

Dannemora

Botany Palms, 2 Armoy Drive, unit 136:
Features: one-bedroom apartment, balcony, garage
Outcome: sold for $400,000
Agents: Bob Adler & Anna An

Papakura

27 Alma Crescent:
Features: 1042m² section, 2 2-bedroom flats, carport each
Income assessment: $420/week & $415/week current
Outcome: sold for $891,000
Agent: Lloyd Singh

Attribution: Auctions.

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4 intensive properties sell

4 intensive residential properties were sold at Barfoot & Thompson’s city auctions on Wednesday, out of 11 units & cross-leases offered (Thursday results to come in separate story).

Isthmus east

Epsom

55 Empire Rd:
Features: cross-lease, half share in 965m², 3 bedrooms, double internal-access garage
Outcome: sold for $1.66 million
Agents: Di Lynds & Leonie Stabler

Glendowie

18 Cranbrook Place, unit 1B:
Features: 3 bedrooms, carport
Outgoings: body corp levy $1472/year
Outcome: passed in
Agents: Jane Wang & Dragon Zhou

18 Cranbrook Place, unit 6A:
Features: 2-bedroom unit
Outgoings: body corp levy $1153/year
Outcome: passed in
Agent: Zdenka Zinajic

Kohimarama

21A Melanesia Rd:
Features: cross-lease, 1/3 share in 766m², 3 bedrooms, double garage
Outcome: passed in
Agents: Maree Currie & Paul Robertson

Panmure

12 Kings Rd, unit 4:
Features: cross-lease, quarter share in 1256m², 3 bedrooms
Outcome: passed in
Agent: Nanette Graham

Parnell

20A St Georges Bay Rd:
Features: cross-lease, quarter share in 835m², 2 bedrooms, study, double internal-access garage
Outcome: passed in at $1 million
Agent: Linda Galbraith

St Heliers

42 West Tamaki Rd:
Features: cross-lease, 1/3 share in 1098m², 3 bedrooms, double carport
Outcome: sold for $1.14 million
Agents: Sam Bowen & Charles Benedict

Isthmus west

Grey Lynn

14 Peel St, unit 1:
Features: cross-lease, half share in 946m², 3-bedroom villa
Outcome: sold for $1.5 million
Agent: Carl Madsen

Hillsborough

28E Hillsborough Rd:
Features: cross-lease, 1/5 share in 1960m², 5 bedrooms, offstreet parking
Outcome: no bid
Agents: John Zhang & Kevin Sun

North-west

Massey

188 Waimumu Rd, unit 2:
Features: 2-bedroom unit, garage
Outcome: passed in at $510,000
Agents: Sunny Chae & Chris Lee

South

Howick

92B Howe St:
Features: cross-lease, half share in 1017m², 3 bedrooms, double garage
Outcome: passed in at $865,000, sold shortly after for $870,000
Agents: Sara-Jayne Kingston & Sheryl Orchard

Attribution: Auctions.

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