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Exclusive residential development opportunity in coveted Tauriko West

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An exceptional opportunity to purchase and develop a large 4.7ha site in one of Tauranga’s most desirable suburbs is on offer through Colliers International.

Nestled amongst an enclave of exclusive homes in Tauriko West, the freehold site adjoining Cambridge Road offers exceptional views to the Kaimai Ranges.

Located at 764 State Highway 29, the property will be newly titled with a Cambridge Road address prior to settlement.

It benefits from a highly accessible location only a 10-minute drive from Tauranga’s CBD and a two-minute drive from the popular Tauranga Crossing retail centre.

“This exclusive address creates various options for an astute developer to maximise outcome,” says Simon Clark, Managing Director of Colliers Tauranga.

“The site has the scale, location and potential to make it suitable for a wide range of future possible options including residential or rural residential subdivision, aged care, or a mix of uses. Currently the property is zoned a mixture of rural and rural residential.”

Clark says Tauriko West is an affluent residential suburb boasting a mix of substantial homes, intensive residential and rural lifestyle developments.

“It is also home to the thriving Tauriko Business Estate and a wide range of retail options, including Tauranga Crossing only 2.3km away.

“This recently expanded shopping centre offers a wide range of retail shops and services, alongside an Event Cinemas complex and a comprehensive new food and beverage precinct.”

Broker Rachel Emerson of Colliers Tauranga says the site offers elevated, unobstructed views to the west on one side and 374m of frontage to Cambridge Road to the east.

“These views, together with the site’s location and accessibility, lend the site to both future residential and lifestyle development schemes.

“The site is close to the coveted Tauriko School, which caters to Years 1-8, while Bethlehem College is only 8.5km away.

“Tauranga CBD is an 8.8km drive via the expressway and is highly accessible to the wider ‘Golden Triangle’ region via the state highway network.

“Opportunities like this don’t come along very often. We encourage you to explore the subdivision potential of this prime Tauriko West landholding to maximise the site’s development potential.”

The property is for sale by deadline private treaty closing at 4pm on Thursday 18 June, unless sold prior.

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Simon Clark

Managing Director


Simon is the managing director of the Colliers Tauranga office. With over 28 years in the industry, he is the most experienced and successful commercial broker in the region. He specialises in the sale of commercial and industrial investments as well as the lease of industrial properties. Throughout his long career, Simon has negotiated the majority of the largest transactions  in his chosen market and has delivered in excess of $1 billion in sales.

Simon works closely with other Colliers branches around New Zealand and in Australia to ensure that local investment listings have the best possible exposure nationally and internationally. He also has an extensive local  network including close relationships with private, corporate, Iwi and syndicator investors who come to him for his vast market knowledge and  to ensure they will find the best investment opportunities.

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Rachel Emerson

Industrial & Retail Broker


Rachel joined Colliers in 2017 with 25 years (and counting!) of property industry experience in Auckland, Wellington and Tauranga. 

Rachel offers her clients a strong background in all facets of real estate having worked in a wide spectrum of property roles for retailers, landlords and developers.   Roles include; Portfolio Leasing National Bank including both new branch rollout and CBD rationtionalisation,  CBD high rise property and portfolio management for listed property vehicle, shopping centre leasing, industrial land subdivision and sales.  

Rachel has unrivalled experience in the Tauriko Business Estate precinct having worked 10 years for the developer of the estate.  Rachel is proud of her association with the Tauriko Business Estate project and the growth this has enabled the Tauranga region and its businesses.

Rachel knows where you are coming from and how to get the best from a property opportunity. Her relationship network is strong and her ability to forge long term relationships is a key strength of hers.

Rachel is a former Chairperson of the Tauranga Branch of the Property Council of New Zealand and is still an active participant in and advocate for the industry. More recently she has sat on the judging panel for the Property Council People in Property awards in the Bay of Plenty.

Rachel’s interest in the property industry started young as a fierce family competitor around the Monopoly board as a child and then completing a Bachelor of Business Studies Majoring in Valuation and Property Management from Massey University then a Masters in Property Studies from Lincoln University.

Out of the office Rachel is a mum to 3 very active boys (one has a keen eye for Monopoly) and is an avid (although not entirely successful) game fisher.

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