Prime Hobsonville Industrial Sites - selling fast!

For Sale - Price by Negotiation
Lots 2 & 3/98 Hobsonville Road
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Following the successful selldown of 96 Hobsonville Road, we proudly present to you 98 Hobsonville Road, one of the last development sites available in Hobsonville.

A total of 9 lots are available, first come first served! The sites range in size from 1,700m² to 4,513m² with titles to be issued early 2022. Don’t miss the opportunity to join the likes of multinational companies like Bidfood, Metalcraft, Makita Tools, Autex Industries and many others in this modern industrial precinct.

Developers: Build multiple units and sell down
Investors: Build multiple units, lease and hold for long term
Owner-Occupiers: Become your own landlord and construct your dream premises

The strategic value of this highly accessible central location is immediately recognisable, especially in the context of Auckland’s rapid expansion and the North Shore’s low vacancy. Further value lies in the exceptional profile that will be added by future direct links to Whenuapai earmarked as one of the major public transport routes linking to the Ferry terminal.

Located only 20km north-west of Auckland CBD, Hobsonville is within easy commuter distance of West Auckland and North Shore suburbs. Just 3 minutes from the Western Ring Route on-ramps and 5 minutes from the North West shopping precinct. The location’s strategic advantage is greatly enhanced by the Waterview tunnel which delivers excellent access south of Auckland CBD.

Few Auckland regions offer greater growth potential than Hobsonville and this location is destined to become a thriving commercial focal point with a future that is becoming brighter by the day.

For more information and an appointment to view this property, please contact the agents at NAI Harcourts today.

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Lots 2 & 3/98 Hobsonville Road
HobsonvillePrice by Negotiation

 

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