Kiwi Property looks at central Auckland tower

Kiwi Property looks at central Auckland tower
A concept image of the consented Shortland St tower. (Image: Auckland council resource consent)
Oliver Lewis
Publicly listed property company Kiwi Property appears to have taken an interest in a prime central Auckland site that has sat empty for decades.The site, at 28 Shortland St, is currently used as a Wilson’s car park. The 2010-square-metre property, which has a rateable land value of $42 million, has been vacant since 1989 when the historic Auckland Star building was demolished.Described by its listing real estate agent in 2013 as “Auckland city’s stellar building site”, the land fronts Fort St and is within 200 metres of...

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