Tauranga

Colliers | Tauranga

4 Cameron Road, Tauranga, 3110, New Zealand
 

Colliers International’s Tauranga office is located on Cameron Road, close to the Tauranga CBD. The team offers a wide range of real estate services, including industrial and commercial sales and leasing and the sale of businesses, motels and hotels.

The Tauranga team is the market leader in the sale of commercial properties, including tenanted investments, vacant land and buildings.

Each broker offers a specific skill set, enabling us to offer specialised service to all our clients. We also have the experience required to handle the largest development projects in the western Bay of Plenty market, from land purchase through to leasing and the on-sale of finished projects.

Key transactions include the sale of a half-share in Bayfair Mall, Mount Maunganui, for $110 million and the sale of the new Trust Power offices on Durham Street, Tauranga for $41 million.
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Latest news
2 Apr 2020
Rural Valuation founder retiring after 24 years
The founder and former Executive Director of Colliers International’s Rural and Agribusiness Valuation and Advisory service is stepping down after 24 years with the business.
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17 Feb 2020
59 The Strand and 37 Monmouth Street in Tauranga up for auction
An investment property at the heart of Tauranga’s waterfront hospitality district and a CBD fringe redevelopment opportunity will go under the hammer next month.
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Latest research
29 Apr 2020
New Zealand Research Report May 2020
After five weeks of lockdown in Alert Level 4, we are now in ‘Alert Level 3 – restrict’ for at least two weeks from 11:59pm on the 27th of April. Following on from our last monthly report in April, we provide more market considerations arising from COVID-19 over the past few weeks and potential implications for the property sector ahead.
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3 Apr 2020
New Zealand Research Report April 2020
On March 21st a COVID-19 alert system was introduced. Less than a week later, we were at level 4 and entering a 'lockdown'. In a very short period of time, everyone has had to consider a lot and change their approach to 'business as usual'.
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