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An Introduction To Ahuriri Bowling Club

Contents An Introduction to The Ahuriri Bowling Club

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The Ahuriri Bowling Club development offers a once in a lifetime

The Opportunity

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opportunity to create a legacy in Hawke’s Bay’s most popular

History and Location

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An Urban Legacy

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Ahuriri Bowling Club

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urban precinct. The site is zoned for mixed-use, and on behalf of the Napier City Council we are inviting expressions of interest from developers, investors and individuals to develop the site in keeping with the city’s vision of innovation, vibrancy and sustainability. We invite you to participate in

Titles, Disclosures,

an Expressions Of Interest sale process which encourages commercial

Any Other Relevant

acumen and architectural entrepreneurship melding with the best

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interests of Napier City. The following pages outline key information, and the required

Expressions of Interest: Requirements

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Your Sales Associates

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components of a submission with all offers.

Fraser Holland | Managing Director - Hawke’s Bay New Zealand Sotheby’s International Realty 027 440 9514 | fraser.holland@sothebysrealty.com


Six Principles PUTTING PEOPLE FIRST A focus on quality (design excellence, a memorable experience, strong identity) and keeping our city fresh (encouraging design renewal).

The Opportunity

OPEN FOR BUSINESS Promoting an entrepreneurial culture and supporting new and

The ‘Ahuriri Bowling Club’ presents a rare opportunity to purchase a

innovative development.

large scale residential development block within one of Napier’s premier communities.

A PORT AND COASTAL CITY Recognising and accommodating

The offering comprises one block of 6,791sq m (more or less), situated at

the continual functional needs

the heart of the rapidly developing and highly sought after Ahuriri precinct.

of the Port whilst embracing and

Recent residential projects around Ahuriri have been in great demand

celebrating Napier as a picturesque

owing to the areas strong growth, diverse business opportunities, and local

seaside town.

amenity resulting in significant capital value appreciation.

OUR PEOPLE, OUR STORIES

The Bowling Club is zoned mixed-use, which provides for medium density

Understanding the significance of a

residential development. It benefits from half of the site being located

place, understanding our past and

within the Coronation Street Character Area, and the remainder of the

weaving this into design.

site experiencing a bold industrial character. This diversity in character on

ECOLOGICAL EXCELLENCE

the one site provides context and inspiration for a range of development

Promote sustainable focus in our

opportunities and architectural styles.

water management, building design and active urban form, careful plant

Napier’s Vision – “A vibrant and sustainable Napier for all”

selection to enhance our identity and encourage a relationship with nature in our urban spaces and networks.

The City Vision is what Napier aspires to be, a small city that has big ideas.

PEDAL POWER

The City Vision framework is a strategic document that establishes the

Building a strong cycling culture,

path to make Napier a GREAT city to live – three areas are highlighted as a priority, these being the City Centre, Ahuriri, and our waterfront and Port.

making cycling safe and easy,

Through its six Principles, the City Vision provides focus and direction to the

streets’ – cyclists, pedestrians, cars

community, developers and investors, and it guides Council strategies and

(opportunities for interaction).

street design focus on ‘complete

initiatives for the future. These Principles play to our strengths and what makes Napier unique. Ahuriri is one of the areas that makes Napier special. The Council is committed to enhancing the special character of Ahuriri, and is looking for a development partner to join in this vision. Investing in design and sustainable excellence, as well as supporting innovation and making

The City Vision is about changing the ways Council interact with the community and respond to development opportunities, having clear priorities and driving a culture

regulation easy will ensure a successful future for Napier.

shift. In the case of this development it is about providing a high-quality outcome through good urban

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design, water sensitive / low impact solutions, and timeless architecture.


History and Location Ahuriri Ahuriri is steeped in history. One of the earliest settled areas in Napier and of deep cultural and spiritual significance to Maori, its shallow but sheltered waters offered safe mooring for sailing ships in the 19th and 20th centuries. Formerly the site of Hawke’s Bay’s main port, the earthquake of 1931 forced its relocation to its current site at the Port of Napier. Many of the buildings that once occupied industrial activities for Port Ahuriri have been redeveloped and now house a variety of commercial, residential, industrial and recreational users. Although renewed, the historical features of those buildings have been preserved to help give Ahuriri it’s special character. The distinctive saw-tooth roof lines, buildings located right on the street boundary, subdued colour schemes and large-scale elements is what sets Ahuriri apart from other areas in Napier. Ahuriri’s unique identity is drawn from a culmination of its heritage, the attractive and dynamic mix of industrial / commercial / residential activities, and the coastal character of Ahuriri providing views to the Bay, large areas of open space, and the variety of passive recreation opportunities that this location brings (bike riding, cycling, swimming, kayaking, sailing, fishing, etc). In recent years Ahuriri has become an entertainment precinct hosting an excellent array of bars and restaurants with outlooks to the inner harbour. Within this precinct are also a number of on trend boutique retail shops and art galleries, an array of funky cafes, a boutique movie theatre, and a number of contemporary public artworks.

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Milk & Honey

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East Pier Hotel

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Sol Cafè

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City Fitness Gym

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Pizza Pazzi

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Napier Sailing Club

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Spriggs Park

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Port Ahuriri School

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Three Doors up Restaurant

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Tech Collective

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Speights Ale House

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Mexi Mama

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Globe Theatre

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TANGAROA STREET

CORONATION STREET

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The primary objective for this land is to provide a high quality residential offering in Ahuriri that stands the test of time. The Vision The vision for the development

exemplar of holistic and sustainable

possible to achieve a spacious feel

on the Bowling Club site is to

design (energy and resource

on a compact section without the

create a high quality, medium

efficient, water sensitive design

need for a spacious garden. Clever,

density residential development

solutions - rain tanks, grey water

site specific architectural design

that follows best practice urban

solutions, permeable paving, on-site

and careful consideration of site

design principles (active frontages,

stormwater treatment).

layout, daylight emission angles, and

connectivity, communal spaces promoting a sense of community, quality open space), and will be an

Modern, lock and leave properties are popular today partly because they suit our busy lifestyles. It is

communal open space generates interesting and unique housing solutions whilst achieving optimum yield on a site.

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Ahuriri Bowling Club The Bowling Club is located on the corner of Battery Road and Coronation Street. This is an exclusive site, positioned in a highly sought after location (5 minutes walk to Ahuriri Village, West Quay, and the foreshore; 5 minutes’ drive to the CBD, the airport, and the Hawke’s Bay expressway). The Bowling Club site is situated on the transition between two distinctly different character areas. On the eastern and south-eastern boundaries (Battery Road and Coronation Street) the existing urban character is that of low density residential houses, largely built around the 1920s. New development along these frontages should observe traditional relationships between buildings and the streetscape, and reflect the existing scale and form and traditional proportions in the architectural detailing. The Tangaroa Street interface (northern boundary) forms part of an entirely different character precinct, comprising large scale commercial warehouses and oversized industrial elements (fuel silos, railway shunting yards, etc). Development along this edge should reflect the industrial character and larger scale features of this precinct, celebrating the unique character of this area.

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Titles, Disclosures, Any Other Relevant Information A summary of information which is available in full detail in our Property Information Memorandum (PIM). Identifier

Estate

Legal Description

Area

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HB56/146

Fee Simple

Lot 149 Deeds Plan 597

1424 square metres more or less

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HB56/147

Fee Simple

Lot 150 Deeds Plan 597

832 square metres more or less

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HBC3/907

Fee Simple

Lot 1 Deposited Plan 6228

498 square metres more or less

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HBE2/338

Fee Simple

Lot 157 Deposited Plan 4703

508 square metres more or less

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HBE2/339

Fee Simple

Lot 158 Deposited Plan 4703

508 square metres more or less

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Fee Simple

Lot 2 Deposited Plan 17736

3021 square metres more or less

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AHURIRI BOWLING CLUB BOUNDARY Boundary Lines Are Indicative Only

Please contact NZSIR for a digital copy of our PIM, which includes:

Residential House & Land Values Ahuriri

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District Plan and associated appendices

Real estate values in Ahuriri have significantly increased in value since 2000. Ahuriri now has the highest median house price for Napier.

Government Valuation

The individual areas that make up the Ahuriri suburb have experienced

LIM Reports

different levels of increase in value. Land values in the immediate area of

Building Report

National Environmental Standard Site Report

Battery Road, Coronation Street and Tangaroa Street have increased by 40% between 2014 and 2017 (10.3% between 2012 and 2014). Source : Quotable Value Limited. Other areas in Ahuriri such as Waghorne Street and Hardinge Road where

Please note that this property is not

new developments have occurred the increase in land values have been

currently rated due to Napier City Council

considerably higher again, with some sites improving by over 70% in the

ownership. Once on-sold, the property

same period.

will be rated in accordance with the Napier City Council rating policy.

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Expressions of Interest: Requirements Please direct Expressions

Executive Summary

Statement of qualifications

of Interest to Kiki Abel

A condensed summary of the overall

A statement of qualifications

or James Haggerty at NZSIR,

concept outlining the content of your

should highlight the sector-specific

submission and a broad profile of

expertise, other country/regional

your company.

experience, and collaboration with

outlining your intention for the development of the Ahuriri Bowling Club site.

local partner(s) if appropriate. Skills and expertise In narrative form, introduce the key partners and participants and their qualifications, highlighting relevant and previous project experience that would complement this project.

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Understanding of assignment

Concept plans and/or drawings

Value

An outline that conveys the firm's

Concept plan – show the overall

Outline your understanding of the

understanding of the purpose,

general design principles including:

value of the property as a raw site, a

objective, and development

Site analysis – identify and

detailed analysis of costs to develop,

context of the project as well as

explain the characteristics of

requirements of NCC, and projected

a brief discussion of key issues,

the development, including its

value of the completed project.

opportunities, and challenges. An

landscape and build features.

opportunity to also demonstrate your knowledge of the environment

(market trends, local, etc.). Financial capabilities An indication of the financial

to execute the project providing evidence of such capacity. Also include a brief summary of present project commitments in order to ascertain potential conflicts in the project.

neighbourhood), a summary of the key components of the planning context (district plan etc.) as relevant to the site, the primary

A brief outline of timing from

area and how the development

concept to completion, including

could respond to it.

date markers for achievements

Neighbourhood context –

throughout the project.

development will respond to

The Offer

the neighbourhood character,

Please request a Sale and Purchase

entrance points and general site

Agreement to submit with your

circulation including land uses

conditions of sale including your

and activities in the surrounding

offer price.

Planning context – identify the key controls that direct the form of the buildings on site and how they might influence the layout

Detailed analysis undertaken of and the surrounding

the streetscape of the immediate

area.

Design statement the projects context (both site

Proposed timeline

analysis should identify how the

resources and management strength

the timing and implementation of

Streetscape character – identify

of the site and building form. •

Opportunities and constraints – identify opportunities and constraints of the site, neighbourhood and planning context sections.

opportunities and constraints identified from the analysis.

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Your Sales Associates Kiki Abel | Project Lead With a career spanning more than 20 years in sales and marketing, training and management, Kiki is delighted to be partnered with the New Zealand Sotheby’s International Realty brand, in Hawke’s Bay. Kiki has a broad and highly-developed scope of skills and experience, with qualifications in business, and building design. Her superior local knowledge has been a key factor in her continued success. Her award-winning track record can be put down to her natural demeanour, negotiating prowess, tenacious attitude and strong commitment to the clients’ aspirations.

Kiki Abel M. +64 27 871 9111 | kiki.abel@sothebysrealty.com

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James Haggerty James Haggerty joined New Zealand Sotheby’s International Realty in 2015 after an extended period in the commercial real estate market in Napier. He brings with him more than 30 years’ experience in marketing as well as business ownership, adding an impressive skill set to his sales role. Throughout his career, James has built a reputation for being highly professional, able to effectively communicate with a wide range of people and most importantly results orientated. James’ principal focus is on residential sales in the Napier area, with particular emphasis on the Napier Hill, Ahuriri and Westshore.

James Haggerty M. +64 27 485 8419 | james.haggerty@sothebysrealty.com

Ross Hawkins Ross originally joined the real estate industry in 1999 and initially partnered with key clients to develop, create and sell a number of large-scale developments both in the Auckland CBD and in premium coastal locations. He has since moved to marketing numerous exclusive residential homes on behalf of clients all over the world and has been New Zealand Sotheby’s International Realty’s top agent nationally for the last five years. Ross’s credibility through results has him leading an Auckland based Project Marketing team who are currently selling down large developments The International and Edition.

Ross Hawkins M. +64 27 472 0577 | ross.hawkins@sothebysrealty.com

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Kiki Abel M. +64 27 871 9111 kiki.abel@sothebysrealty.com

James Haggerty M. +64 27 485 8419 james.haggerty@sothebysrealty.com

SHB Limited (licensed under the REAA 2008) MREINZ. Each office is independently owned and operated.

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