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We offer retail spaces at a number of our bus stations, train stations and ferry terminals. Renting a retail space at one of our Auckland commuter hot spots can be a good move for any business.

Retail Unit 3, CPO Building, Britomart Transport Centre

Leasing Opportunities Expressions of Interest (EOI)

AT is inviting Expressions of Interest (EOI) from retail operators for a new 86 sqm retail unit in the Chief Post Office (CPO), Britomart Transport Centre.

Britomart Station’s ground floor concourse, inside the CPO Building, reopened on 6 April 2021 following extensive refurbishment and reinstatement works as part of the City Rail Link (CRL) project.

Five of the six retail units have been tenanted and are now open. Unit 3 has been temporarily activated by Auckland Unlimited and will be available from early August 2021.

AT is looking for a retail operator who can deliver a service offering that supports commuters, the public experience of the CPO Building and is complementary to surrounding businesses.

Any real estate agencies seeking to represent potential tenants through the EOI process may participate through a general agency on the terms set out in Attachment 5.

Location

Britomart Transport Centre is at the centre of extensive urban realm upgrades.

The CPO building is located close to major hotels, event venues, bustling bars and restaurants and public transport hubs.

Britomart Station is set to become a ‘through-station’ once the City Rail Link opens in 2024, linking Britomart to new train stations at Aotea Square, Karangahape Road and Mount Eden.

See the supporting attachments below for further information.

What is required to submit an EOI:

  • Proposal document: applicants may follow the EOI Response Template provided (Attachment 4).
  • Acceptance of EOI Preconditions (outlined page 13 of EOI attachment). Please accept the Preconditions in the EOI proposal.
  • Any other information or supporting documents that you believe is relevant to your submission.

EOI applications close: 4pm on Friday 4 June 2021.

  • Please submit in PDF format. Proposals may include written and imagery components.
  • Submissions to be no longer than 5 pages.
  • EOI submissions are to be emailed to: procurement@at.govt.nz
  • Should you have any questions or queries about preparing your proposal or responding to our requests, please contact us (procurement@at.govt.nz).

Documents associated with this EOI:


Manukau Bus Station – Unit 1 & Unit 2

Leasing Opportunities Expressions of Interest (EOI)

AT is inviting Expressions of Interest (EOI) from potential operators for two available retail units in Manukau Bus Station. Manukau Bus Station has been developed as a world-class facility, suitable for Auckland’s growing transport needs.

Units 1 and 2 are well positioned amongst other quality retailers including:

  • Break Time.
  • Jamaica Blue.
  • U Sushi.
  • Tank Juice.

Any real estate agencies seeking to represent potential tenants through the EOI process may participate through a general agency on the terms set out in Attachment 4. The Manukau Bus Station is at the heart of the new connected public transport network for South Auckland.

Manukau Bus Station is a local and regional bus hub that, combined with the adjacent Manukau Train Station, forms an integrated bus and train interchange for Manukau.

Manukau Bus Station also connects students at the Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT) campus to the transport network and is also close to Westfield Mall, Rainbows End, Vector Wero Whitewater Park and the Vodafone Events Centre.

We are inviting EOI applications for a 55m2 space (Unit 1) and a 36m2 space (Unit 2) within the Manukau Bus Station. Successful operators will be focused on delivering a high-quality offering catered towards the commuter market as well as local customers using the Station facility.

Unit 1 and 2 has previously been a combined tenancy. A new vendor has the option to combine the two units into an 89m2 space:

  • Popular corner retail location at Manukau Bus Station.
  • Excellent signage potential.
  • Great foot traffic.
  • Option to combine both Unit 1 (approximately 55m2) and Unit 2 (approximately 36m2). Kitchen extraction and range included with the potential to add additional equipment.
  • Available now.

What is required to submit an EOI:

  • Proposal document.
  • Acceptance of EOI Preconditions (outlined page 9 of EOI attachment). Please accept the Preconditions in the EOI proposal.
  • Any other information or supporting documents that you believe is relevant to your submission.

EOI applications close: 4pm on 9 April 2021.

  • Please submit in PDF format. Proposals may include written and imagery components.
  • Submissions to be no longer than 5 pages.
  • Should you have any questions or queries about preparing your proposal or responding to our requests, please contact us.

Email us your EOI submission.

Documents associated with this EOI:


Manukau Bus Station – Units 4 and 5

Leasing Opportunities Expressions of Interest (EOI)

AT is inviting Expressions of Interest (EOI) from potential operators for two available retail units, each 38sqm, in Manukau Bus Station.

Manukau Bus Station has been developed as a world-class facility, suitable for Auckland’s growing transport needs.

Units 4 and 5 are well positioned amongst other quality retailers including:

  • Break Time
  • Jamaica Blue
  • U Sushi

Any real estate agencies seeking to represent potential tenants through the EOI process may participate through a general agency on the terms set out in Attachment 4.

Location
The Manukau Bus Station is at the heart of the new connected public transport network for South Auckland.

Manukau Bus Station is a local and regional bus hub that, combined with the adjacent Manukau Train Station, forms an integrated bus and train interchange for Manukau.

Manukau Bus Station also connects students at the Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT) campus to the transport network and is also close to Westfield Mall, Rainbows End, Vector Wero Whitewater Park and the Vodafone Events Centre.

What is required to submit an EOI:

  • Proposal document – applicants may follow the EOI Response Template provide (Attachment 3).
  • Acceptance of EOI Preconditions (outlined page 9). Please accept the Preconditions in the EOI Response Template.
  • Any other information or supporting documents that you believe is relevant to your submission.

EOI applications close: 4 pm on 11 June 2021

  • Please submit in PDF format. Proposals may include written and imagery components.
  • Submissions to be no longer than 5 pages.
  • Should you have any questions or queries about preparing your proposal or responding to our requests, please contact us (Attn: Bridie Casey).

Email us your EOI submission

Documents associated with this EOI:


Devonport Wharf – Unit 5 & Unit 7

Retail Leasing Opportunity Expressions of Interest (EOI)

AT is inviting Expressions of Interest (EOI) from potential operators for two available retail units in Devonport Wharf.

Devonport Wharf continues to be developed to be a world-class facility, suitable for Auckland’s growing transport needs.

Units 5 and 7 are well positioned amongst other quality retailers including large anchor tenants, restaurants Devon on the Wharf and Fish Kitchen.

Any real estate agencies seeking to represent potential tenants through the EOI process may participate through a general agency on the terms set out in Attachment 9.

Devonport Wharf is located in the harbour side suburb of Devonport on Auckland’s North Shore, forming the northern side of the Waitemata Harbour.

Devonport Wharf is operated by Auckland Transport and is serviced by regular commuter and tourist ferries.

The area has undergone extensive improvements including the roll out of new retail spaces in the wharf building, improved pedestrian connections with the addition of a new modern board-walk and an upgrade of Marine Square.

This follows the successful opening of new retail tenancies and restaurants in the wharf building.

We are inviting EOI applications for a new 40m2 space with 46m2 seating area (Unit 7) and a 61m2 space (Unit 5) within Devonport Wharf.

Successful operators will be focused on delivering a high-quality offering catered towards the commuter market and tourists using Devonport Wharf.

Unit 7 is ready for tenant fit out with Lessor works already completed. Unit 5 is currently a retail space with the current tenant due to vacate. The tenancy will be ready for internal fit out for a new tenant following vacation of the current operator.

Please refer to Tenancy Manuals (Attachments 1 and 3) for tenancy base-build inclusions and operational requirements for Unit 7 and Unit 5.

What is required to submit an EOI:

      • Proposal document – applicants to follow the EOI Response Template provided (Attachment 8)
      • Acceptance of EOI Preconditions (outlined page 8 of EOI attachment). Please accept the Preconditions in the EOI proposal.
      • Any other information or supporting documents that you believe is relevant to your submission.

EOI applications close: 4pm, 18 June 2021.

Please submit in PDF format. Proposals may include written and imagery components.

Submissions to be no longer than 5 pages.

Email us your EOI submission

Documents associated with this EOI:


Puhinui Station Interchange

AT is inviting Expressions of Interest (EOI) from potential operators for a retail tenancy at Puhinui Station Interchange.

We would like proposals from experienced retail operators who can offer a high-quality service and appropriate product offering that meets the needs of AT's customers.

Any real estate agencies seeking to represent potential tenants through the EOI process may participate through a general agency on the terms set out in Attachment 5.

Location

The Puhinui Station Interchange is set to become one of Auckland's most important transport interchanges, allowing for frequent, simple and reliable congestion free connections to the airport and other key centres. Expected completion is mid-2021.

We are inviting EOI applications for an internal 18.7 sqm space (Unit 1) within the Puhinui Station Interchange. The successful operator will be focused on delivering a high-quality offering catered towards the commuter market as well as local customers using the station interchange facility. See the supporting attachments below for further information.

What is required to submit an EOI:

      • Proposal document – applicants to follow the EOI Response template provided (Attachment 3)
      • Acceptance of EOI Preconditions (outlined page 12 of EOI attachment). Please accept the Preconditions in the EOI proposal.
      • Any other information or supporting documents that you believe is relevant to your submission.

EOI applications close: 4pm on 18 June 2021

      • Please submit in PDF format. Proposals may include written and imagery components.
      • Submissions to be no longer than 5 pages.
      • Should you have any questions or queries about preparing your proposal or responding to our requests, please contact us.

Email us your EOI submission

Documents associated with this EOI:


Pop ups

We provide retailers the opportunity to lease short-term space at some of our bus stations, train stations and ferry terminals. Pop up spaces offer small business the opportunity to boost brand exposure and test the market for new products.

Pop up opportunities:

There are no pop up opportunities at the moment but check back regularly or contact us.


AT HOP retail

Register your interest in AT HOP retail by calling us on 09 336 4467. The AT HOP retail team will contact you if an opportunity is available. 

You need to provide:

    • Your full name.
    • Your email address.
    • Your store's name.
    • Your store's physical address.

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