Settlement of 318 Neilson Street Acquisition
SETTLEMENT OF 318 NEILSON STREET ACQUISITION
Further to the announcement on 3 December 2021, Property for Industry Limited (PFI) has now settled the purchase of a site located at 318 Neilson Street, Penrose, Auckland.
ABOUT PFI & CONTACT
PFI is an NZX listed property vehicle specialising in industrial property. PFI’s nationwide portfolio of 97 properties is leased to about 136 tenants.
For further information please contact:
Chief Executive Officer
Phone: +64 21 749 770
Chief Finance and Operating Officer
Phone: +64 21 248 6301
Property for Industry Limited
Shed 24, Prince’s Wharf, 147 Quay Street, Auckland 1010
PO Box 1147, Shortland Street, Auckland 1140
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