PCT – Downtown Shopping Center Redevelopment – Auckland - Project Profile
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Precinct Properties New Zealand Ltd (PCT) is planning to undertake the Downtown Shopping Center Redevelopment project in Auckland, New Zealand.
The project involves the redevelopment of three-story retail podium in to a 39-story commercial tower and from 12,500m2 area to 25,000m2 area.
The project will include the construction of office and retail facility, car parking and related facilities, and the installation of safety systems and escalators.
In November 2013, PCT has appointed Woods Bagot as master planner to provide initial basic designs for the development. Woods Bagot would be supported by New Zealand architectural firm Warren and Mahoney in the initial design.
In March 2016, The Fletcher Construction Company Ltd has been appointed as contractor.
The master plan for the development has been completed.
In December 2016, demolition works have been completed.
Pre-Construction works are underway and construction works are scheduled to be completed by 2019.
The project involves the redevelopment of three-story retail podium in to a 39-story commercial tower and from 12,500m2 area to 25,000m2 area in Auckland, New Zealand.
The US$463 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of office and retail facility
2. Construction of car parking facility
3. Installation of safety systems and escalators
4. Construction of other related facilitiesReasons To Buy
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