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Sam Staite | Colliers | Christchurch (Agency)

Sam Staite

Director of Industrial

License # Licensed under the REAA 2008

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About

Professional Summary

Sam is one of New Zealand’s top performing brokers and has consistently been No. 1 in the South Island. Sam leads a team of eight successful and highly experienced agents who each have strong market share in their respective niche markets. He has negotiated the majority of the South Island’s largest industrial transactions during the past 13 years and in the past seven years alone has delivered in excess of $1 billion in sales.

Sam works closely with his colleagues across the AU/NZ Colliers network to ensure the Christchurch commercial market and his clients are widely connected. He works with corporate and private clients who benefit from his in-depth knowledge of the industrial sector, his proactive approach and strong business networks.

Recent highlights include the South Island’s largest industrial sale – the $75m Countdown Fresh Distribution Centre, $53.75m transaction of 13 buildings known as Castle Rock Industrial Park, the $40m sale of Hellers HQ, the $39m sale of Goodman’s Glassworks Industrial Park as well as countless sale and leasebacks for entities such as Turners and Growers, Online Distribution and BOC Gas.

Accomplishments

Recent highlights include the South Island’s largest industrial sale – the $75m Countdown Fresh Distribution Centre, $53.75m transaction of 13 buildings known as Castle Rock Industrial Park, the $40m sale of Hellers HQ, the $39m sale of Goodman’s Glassworks Industrial Park as well as countless sale and leasebacks for entities such as Turners and Growers, Online Distribution and BOC Gas.

Clients

""A number of local and national developers, investors, tenants and advisers""

Services

Service Lines

Brokerage: Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation, Industrial Sales and Leasing

Property Type

Industrial

Featured Research

9 Nov 2021

Colliers Essentials | Christchurch Industrial Report | 2H 2021

Demand for industrial workspace across the Canterbury region has held at high levels, driven by growth within the logistics, manufacturing and wholesale trade sectors. Leasing options remain limited, particularly for high quality premises.
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Featured News

30 Nov 2023

Titles issued at popular Rangiora Business Hub

Growing market certainty post-election is fuelling enquiry in the 13.8ha industrial park known as Rangiora Business Hub, with all titles issued.
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14 Sep 2023

Lower costs enticing national industrial operators to Canterbury

Canterbury’s reputation as one of the most affordable distribution points in New Zealand is putting pressure on the already scarce amount of industrial space available for lease.
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