INDUSTRIAL UNITS IN BURBUSH, HAMILTON
Type A/15 Earthmover Crescent, Hamilton City Central, Hamilton, Waikato
Price by negotiation
- 79m² Floor
Calling plumbers, electricians, cabinet makers, coffee, and other small medium sized enterprises! These light industrial units are super affordable for self-employed contractors and are ready to occupy.
- Sized from 79 sqm
- Includes car parks
- Vendors super keen to strike a deal with you!
Owner-occupiers can benefit from this affordable price point, allowing for dedicated premises and growth opportunities. Investors can benefit from the capital growth opportunity and the extremely high demand for modern, flexible, convenient, and affordable workspaces. Lessees can benefit from the new and modern features available in these units.
There are three types of units available:
- Type A: 79sqm, with 1 roller door and 1 parking space.
- Type B: 107sqm, with 2 roller doors, office space, and 2 parking spaces.
- Type C: 136 sqm, with 2 roller doors, office space, and 3 parking spaces.
These high-spec units comprise a wall cladding with a mix of concrete and colorsteel metal and include a kitchenette and bathroom facilities, as well as 3-phase power and water cylinders.
- Situated in Te Rapa North, Waikato's largest industrial precinct, which is extremely well-positioned in 'The Golden Triangle' that represents 50% of New Zealand's GDP and population
- Ports and transport corridors running right through the area
- Great accessibility to roading, rail, residential catchments, and proximity to complementary suppliers/services
- This area has recently seen a large influx of businesses relocating, given its large lot sizes, population growth in Hamilton North, contour, and proximity to new infrastructures such as the Waikato Expressway.
Secure your Workspace unit now by calling us on 0800 888 000!!
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