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The Auckland Commercial Office Market Report

16 February 2016, by David Lambie

Due to popular demand, we've now updated and created our Auckland Commercial Office Market Report in a downloadable format. Written by TwentyTwo's Principal and Director David Lambie, this revised report gives an independent view on the latest key trends in Auckland's commercial office space and the key drivers, as well as zooming in on areas such as Downtown/Commercial Bay, the Wynyard Quarter and Victoria Street.

It also includes a high-level summary of the likely commercial terms in such locations and describes how TwentyTwo can address a number of issues on behalf of tenants.

Download our Auckland Market Report


About the author

Has four kids and a cat (and a wife!). Fancies himself as a professional athlete. Rugby/cricket tragic. Always dieting (generally involving Heineken). Needs 'a plan'. Trying to broaden his wardrobe.

David has a stellar track record as one of NZ's leading property advisers, having been involved with many of NZ's largest leasing transactions over the last 10 years. With a 20-year background in development, property management and consultancy, he is particularly regarded for his corporate real estate strategy, tenant advocacy, lease negotiation and project directorship skills. 









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