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Downtown Car Park Site - a unique opportunity to redevelop one of Auckland's largest city centre sites.

The Opportunity

Located at 2 Lower Hobson Street / 73-83 Custom Street West, Central Auckland PwC Advisory Services, on behalf of Eke Panuku, is proud to present this opportunity to the market, inviting expressions of interest (EOI) to purchase the Downtown Car Park Site for redevelopment.

This key downtown site offers a unique opportunity to develop a landmark building in a premium city centre location within Auckland/Tāmaki Makaurau’s waterfront precinct. Redevelopment of the site has the potential to transform the immediate location, activating the streetscape and connecting the city centre with the waterfront and Viaduct Harbour.

Key features:

  • 6,442 m2 site area
  • Potential Floor Area of over 80,000m2
  • Mixed-use, transit-oriented
  • Opportunity
    for expansive harbour views
  • Pivotal downtown location

Transforming Auckland City Centre

As envisioned by the Auckland City Centre Masterplan, this strategic site offers the potential to achieve integrated development outcomes and seamless connections between Commercial Bay and Viaduct Harbour as part of the wider transformation of the harbour edge and waterfront precinct.

The property presents as a transit-oriented development opportunity. It is ideally positioned close to all modes of public transport, including the Lower Albert Street bus interchange, Britomart Transport Centre, Aotea Station being delivered as part of City Rail Link, and the newly redeveloped Ngau o Horotiu / Downtown Ferry Terminal. Additional bus and micromobility infrastructure either adjoining the site, or integrated within its redevelopment, is also planned.

The redevelopment of the site has the potential to transform the immediate location, activating the streetscape and delivering the vision of a harbour edge stitch that unites the city centre and waterfront.

Take a Virtual Tour

Get right down to street-level with a 360-degree tour around the site and inside the building from a variety of angles to get a better understanding of the site and its potential.

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