Auckland’s Dress Smart Onehunga set to expand

11 November 2022   /   1 min read

As Dress Smart Onehunga’s proud property manager, we share centre owner, Lendlease Real Estate Partners’ excitement at plans to expand the outlet shopping destination.

Lendlease has secured resource consent and development rights to transform a carpark adjacent to Dress Smart into an expanded retail precinct, creating exciting new leasing opportunities for retailers.

As Dress Smart Onehunga’s proud property manager, we share centre owner, Lendlease Real Estate Partners’ excitement at plans to expand the outlet shopping destination.

Connecting to the existing shopping centre, the approved design accommodates an additional 7,060 sqm gross floor area which is set to include new shopping outlets, an enhanced food and beverage offering and increased carparking facilities. An ambience upgrade for the original centre is also planned.

We’re proud to provide hands-on management for the Dress Smart portfolio on behalf of Lendlease. The expansion reaffirms the underlying and enduring value of retail assets of this nature, and will see fantastic outcomes for tenants, shoppers and the local community. We see consistent demand from tenants who see the commercial benefits of retail positioning within Dress Smart centres.

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