Listing #:1422331298

Prime CBD Retail And Office Patch!

Location: 105 Dickens Street, City Centre, Napier, Hawke's Bay
Property use: Retail
Floor area: 400m2
Price: Price by negotiatio­n
• 2 onsite carparks
• Prime CBD location
• Full of character

The unfortunate end for iconic kiwi retailer Pumpkin Patch means this ground floor tenancy is available immediately for a lucky new tenant. Located on a prime corner on Napier CBD's highest foot traffic route and a popular stop on the famous art deco tour, offering unbeatable profile and character. Strengthened to 80% NBS, onsite carparks, flexible retail, office, and storage floor options, and recently fully repainted on the outside, this building offers a significant opportunity for the savvy operator.

Dickens Street is fast becoming Napier's place to be, with no vacancies on upper Dickens, and only limited opportunities on lower Dickens. With the mid-city redevelopment nearing completion, and quality neighbours including SBS Bank, MacPac, Vivo, NZME, Angkor Watt, Vodaphone, NZ Hair Academy and Napier's evolving food hub. This wont last.

Enquire early or miss out!

Agency reference #: 118721
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Price by negotiation
105 Dickens Street, City Centre, Napier, Hawke's Bay
Price by negotiation
Listed: Wed 20 Sep, 9:00 am
Reuben George
Colliers International Hawkes Bay, (Licensed: REAA 2008)
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  •  (06) 8340599
  •  (021) 884301

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Reuben George
  •  (06) 8340599
  •  (021) 884301
Colliers International Hawkes Bay, (Licensed: REAA 2008)
(06) 8340599
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