Investors sought for Tech Park building

Last updated 13:03 26/02/2014

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A newly constructed building has been put up for sale in Canterbury Technology Park in Christchurch.

The building, at 17 Sir Gil Simpson Dr in Burnside, is leased to Environment Canterbury, which also occupies premises around the corner on Sir William Pickering Dr and in several other locations including Lincoln.

A second tenant is CCH Collaborative Solutions NZ, a subsidiary of information services company Wolter Kluwer.

The property is owned by a group of local investors under the name Sirgil Properties. Marketing agent Brynn Burrows, from CBRE, says it is likely to attract passive investors, especially those with insurance money to spend. The price is negotiable.

"There's been a lot happening in that area.

"It will be interesting to see how it goes."

Other properties put up for sale in Canterbury Technology Park recently include 35 Sir William Pickering Dr, listed at an asking price of $7.2m. A complex of four double- storey office units to be built in the park this year is also for sale.

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