Auckland CBD

Colliers | Auckland CBD

SAP Tower, Level 27, 151 Queen Street, Auckland, 1010, New Zealand

Colliers International’s New Zealand head office is located at 151 Queen Street in Auckland's CBD. It is also the company’s largest office in the country, offering a full range of brokerage and commercial property services. 

The senior management team is based at Auckland CBD along with the national Marketing, Research and Finance teams.  

The office is home to key Auckland brokerage teams including Investment Sales, Office Leasing and Retail Leasing, as well as the nationwide Capital Markets sales team that handle some of New Zealand’s largest commercial property transactions every year for key national clients.


The national Property Syndication, Hotel Sales and Residential Projects teams are also based at the Colliers International Auckland CBD office.


Commercial property services based in the Auckland CBD office include Real Estate Management, Building Consultancy, Corporate Solutions, Project Leaders, Valuation and Advisory and Strategic Advisory.

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