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Quattro Income - (New Zealand Offices)
Friday, 31 October 2014 08:44

In mid-2014 Quattro Income reduced the amount that it was seeking to raise at IPO due to "sharemarket volatility" from $430m to $220m for its initial portfolio of 4 office office buildings in Wellington and Auckland: Spark Central and 125 The Terrace in Wellington; and the SAP Tower and AIA Building in Auckland; plus 2 logistics and warehousing facilities in Auckland.

Last Updated on Friday, 31 October 2014 08:56
 
AMP Property Trusts – (NZ)
Wednesday, 21 September 2011 05:31

See AMP NZ Office Trust (ANZO) & AIMS AMP Capital Industrial REIT

  • AMP’s Real Estate Securities Fund (Global REITs) provides access to global property investment opportunities through a single fund that invests in 60-85 REITs and property securities companies in Asia Pacific, North America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
  • AMP’s Shopping Centre Fund offers exposure to an established portfolio of 11 prime shopping centre properties across Australia and New Zealand, including exposure to 2 of Australia’s top 10 shopping centres.
  • AMP’S Office Real Estate Fund offers exposure to 14 office properties in Australia and New Zealand worth over $2.5bn (2011).

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 February 2012 08:53
 
AMP NZ Office / ANZO – (ANO)
Tuesday, 12 July 2011 06:57

AMP New Zealand or ANZO listed in 1997 and is NZ’s largest listed investor of office properties with a portfolio comprising about 15 CBD properties in Wellington, Auckland comprising approx 270k sqm worth approx $1.25bn (late-2011), when the top 15 tenants – including many government agencies – accounted for around 45% of the rental income. They boast of owning almost half of the top office buildings in Auckland’s CBD, and 6 of the 10 premium properties in Wellington’s CBD. It also considers Grade B properties, refurbishments, redevelopments, JVs, and non-CBD locations. It is managed by AMP Haumi Management, a JV between AMP Capital and Haumi (a NZ subsidiary of an international institutional investor), who have combined funds under management of $10bn.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 February 2012 08:59
 
Century City – (NZ)
Tuesday, 12 July 2011 06:56

Century City is not a REIT yet, but is a Wellington based developer with a portfolio comprising the Grand Mercure Century City Hotel; New Zealand’s Tallest building in Wellington; the Petone Foreshore Gateway project; Renaissance Apartments (the former Bank of New Zealand Manners Street); Maison Cabriole Apartments and National Bank Building (Courtenay Place), Prudential Building (Lambton Quay); Century City Tower (former World Trade Centre); Lone Star Building; Dixon Street and Victoria Corner development sites; Todd and ASB Bank Buildings, Hunter Street; The Farmers and Deka Buildings, heritage buildings in Cuba Mall; and Century City Hotel, Car-park and Apartments.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 February 2012 09:08
 
DNZ Property Fund – (DNZ)
Tuesday, 12 July 2011 06:56

DNZ was established in 1996 and owns, develops and manages one of NZ’s largest diversified investment property portfolios comprising about 50 office, retail and industrial properties with approx 370k sqm of space and 280 tenants, worth approx $650m (early-2011). It also owns the management rights to the approx $100m property portfolio of Diversified NZ Property Fund Ltd. Between 1996-2001 DNZ established over 30 property syndicates, 3 of which were single asset and/or single tenant funds. Following a 2001 reorganisation this was reduced to 3 core funds: DNZ Income, the Property Fund (previously DNZ Foundation Property Fund), and DNZ Retail. More restructurings to consolidate the various syndicates and funds into larger portfolio entities resulted in the amalgamation of the DNZ Income, DNZ Tauranga and DNZ Retail funds into the Property Fund in 2008. DNZ Diversified NZ Property Fund was established in 2007 with 3 retail assets: Remarkables Park Town Centre, Pukekohe Mega Centre and one half share in Johnsonville Shopping Centre and adjacent properties (with the other 50% being owned by DNZ). The Diversified NZ Property Fund was listed in 2010 and has since been managed by DNZ.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 February 2012 09:13
 
Franklin Rural Management – (NZ)
Tuesday, 12 July 2011 06:55

Clients' only website.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 February 2012 09:15
 
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