Tenant ghosts Precinct after quitting Commercial Bay lease

Victoria Young
Mon, 13 Jan 2020

Victoria Young
Mon, 13 Jan 2020
Precinct Properties New Zealand is trying to liquidate a company which signed a deal to rent the top two floors of Auckland's Commercial Bay office project but has since ghosted the NZX-listed company. A court judgment released late last year reveals Golden Tower NZ, which told Precinct in November 2017 it no longer wanted to rent the top two floors of the new development, abandoned its offices and had not responded to court action by the building owner. Golden Tower is owned by Kawo Chan of Mount Roskill, Companies Office records ind...
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