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Nick Pettitt | Colliers | Auckland CBD

Nick Pettitt

MREINZ

Broker | Retail Leasing

License # 20086623 | Licensed under the REAA 2008

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About

Professional Summary

Nick joined Colliers in 2018 having spent 15 years in the retail and manufacturing sectors both in New Zealand and internationally.

Previously a sales and marketing professional for several market-leading brands, Nick is now part of the Retail Team focusing on leasing predominantly in the service, convenience and food and beverage sectors in Auckland CBD, Ponsonby as well as across New Zealand.

Nick has a strong background in customer experience and innovative digital strategy and has a particular interest in digital integration in retail environments.

Accomplishments

Recent  notable retail  leasing transactions:

  • 22 Princes Wharf, CBD - Wahlburgers - 579sqm
  • 151 Queen Street, CBD - Macpack - 261sqm
  • 109 Queen Street, CBD - Sportfolio - 235sqm
  • 87 Queen Street, CBD - Mont  Blanc - 93sqm
  • 252 Ponsonby Road, Ponsonby - Mumbaiwala - 278sqm
  • 59 Mackelvie Street , Ponsonby  - Carla Zampatti - 116sqm
  • 130 Ponsonby Road, Ponsonby - Taco Medic - 85sqm
  • 85 Ponsonby Road, Ponsonby - Kookai - 139sqm
  • 161 Ponsonby Road, Ponsonby - Lucky 8 - 175sqm
  • 190 Ponsonby Road, Ponsonby - Cactus Outdoor - 149sqm
  • 198 Ponsonby Road, Ponsonby - Broken Lantern - 385sqm
  • 182 Ponsonby Road, Ponsonby - Black Matter - 44sqm
  • 95B Ponsonby Road, Ponsonby - Hami - 48sqm
  • 22 Mackelvie Street, Grey Lynn - F45 - 392sqm
  • 376 Great North Road, Grey Lynn - My Ride - 370sqm

Education

Bachelor of Commerce  - University of Otago

Services

Service Lines

Retail Leasing

Property Type

Retail

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12 May 2022

Central city gets much-needed booster

Prime CBD food and beverage operators are expected to see a surge in patronage as workers return to central Auckland following the easing of Covid-19 restrictions, which shapes as a much-needed boost for the sector.
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