Building plans for the Wairoa Marine Parade revitalisation project are nearing completion and we are seeking to formalise arrangements with prospective tenants.

Following on from our first call for Expressions of Interest, we are now progressing to the next level to ensure the development meets the requirements of the tenants.

The revitalisation project involves the renovation/rebuilding of the Winter’s buildings (corner of Marine Parade and Locke Street) and the next door Gemmell’s buildings (often referred to as the ‘burnt-out-buildings’) on Marine Parade.

The Te Wairoa E Whanake project is a $4.8 million-dollar Provincial Growth Fund investment into Wairoa’s town centre to assist in creating further retail, employment, social and educational opportunities.

Configuration options have been developed, based on early tenancy indications, which include lease space for retail, hospitality, commercial and office options.

The final configuration is dependent on the formalisation of the leases.

Expressions of interest are being sought from individuals, businesses and organisations who may be interested in leasing space in the newly refurbished buildings.

To request more information and the application document package please email: by September 30 2020.

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