Repurpose or redevelop in the CBD

105 Vincent Street, Auckland Central

Investment / Land/Development Site For Sale

For Sale by Deadline Private Treaty closing at 4.00pm Thursday, 26 Sep 2019 (Unless sold prior)    Vacant Possession
Land Area: 536.00 m2.    Floor Area: 436.00 m2.    

Description

105 Vincent Street provides a rare opportunity to repurpose or redevelop a vacant standalone building in the Auckland CBD. Currently in use by a church who have out-grown the property, there are multiple open plan community spaces split over two levels – on the ground floor, a chapel, the first floor, dominated by a high stud, hard wood floor community hall complete with a stage.

The 536m² site sits among the beautiful trees that line Vincent Street on the fringe of Auckland’s Arts and Entertainment Precinct. Strategically positioned, the property is located around the corner from the CBD’s primary highway access points and is a short walk from existing major bus routes and the future City Rail Link’s Aotea and Karangahape train stations.

All the ingredients are there for an incoming buyer due to the immediate value add possibilities that the site and existing 436m² building provide.

Assets of this nature with the value-add upside on offer, rarely transact in the CBD fringe. Make sure you don’t pass up the opportunity to own this strategic CBD address.

 

Call the sole agents for viewing and further information. 

Josh Coburn +64 21 990 691

Jonathan Lynch +64 21 900 611

Tony Allsop +64 21 959 154

Matt Plowman + 64 21 209 9864

Features

  • A rare stand-alone property with development potential in the CBD
  • Freehold 536m² site
  • 436m² existing building
  • Close proximity to all highway on and off ramps
  • Walking distance from major bus routes
  • Well positioned for future City Rail Link

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