Mansons TCLM & Colliers have released plans for a new premium-grade office and retail building in Newmarket that will be anchored by Tegel and Mercury, following its recent rebranding from Mighty River Power. The new building, at 33 Broadway at the corner with Alma St and near Newmarket’s Olympic Pools and Fitness Centre, will enable Mercury to consolidate its four Auckland offices into one centralised hub.
The new Five Green Star building will be benchmarked against Mansons’ recently completed 4 Graham St complex in the Auckland CBD that is anchored by media company NZME and BDO.
The new development at 33 Broadway will incorporate leading edge design and building technology. It has a hugely prominent frontage onto Broadway with ground level showroom space and provision for shops that will add to Newmarket’s retail-centric character.
A massive atrium will extend through all levels to provide outstanding natural light and horizontal and vertical visual connectivity. Through the atrium, sky bridges will connect the floor plates to provide tenant flow and activation. Large, efficient floor plates will work to accentuate openness, accessibility and diminish hierarchy. It will also feature generous 3.1 metre stud heights, secure basement parking with several charge points for electric cars and onsite end of trip facilities such as showers, lockers, storage and bicycle racks.
Newmarket acts as a key junction in the rail network giving easy access to the CBD, south and west Auckland. Its train station has previously been judged one of NZ's best new buildings in the urban design category of the New Zealand Architects Institute awards.
With practical completion planned February 2019 only a few office spaces remain, with availabilities from 117m² to 2,400m². Call one of the brokers below for further details on this market leading new development.