Brand New Foodcourt Unit - For LEASE
City Centre, Auckland City
- Proposed Usage
- Floor Area
- 16.00 m²
- Property ID
"The evolution of CBD food courts in Auckland over the past decade has been supported by their split marketing appeal. By day they are utilised by a '9 - 5' client base from the surrounding offices, while at nights and on weekends they are populated by residents living in adjacent apartment complexes," said by Ms Liang.
16sqm foodcourt unit for lease on the ground floor of the exciting new Park Residence, with dual entrances on both Albert St and Swanson Street directly facing the 40+ level ANZ Centre across the street. Construction is under way with and completion is scheduled for Q4 2017. Park Residence strategy for combining retail and foodservice premises within apartment dwellings in the heart of the city.
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Food court tenancies within Park Residences would be selected on a complimentary basis to encompass a broad range of ethnic culinary styles - including Chinese, Indian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Malaysian, and Middle Eastern. In an aim to create a boutique and high-end feel to food court, only stand-alone operators would be offered space within Park Residences. Wireless internet and air conditioning are throughout the area.
The tenant absolute benefits include access to the exclusive Park Residences Pool, Gym, and Sauna.
Located in the corporate heart of Auckland's CBD on Albert Street beside the beautiful St Patricks Square, the CBD provides the Park Residences retailers with a large customer base of 25,000+ residents, an estimated 90,000 workers & 12,000 tourists coming into the city every working day. 60,000+ tertiary students enrolled in the tertiary study. 70% of the 2.6+ million visitors to NZ arrive in Auckland.