As part of a joint venture with Drinkrow Industrial Estates, Broadway has transformed vacant land into a world-class business park environment, home to several multinational corporations.
Highbrook East is a prestigious industrial and commercial subdivision located in East Tamaki. Once a quarry on the outskirts of Auckland City, the subdivision now comprises over 10 hectares of Business 6 zoned land, strategically situated at the junction of Highbrook Drive, Cryers Road and Allens Road.
East Tamaki is Auckland’s fastest-growing industrial area and is renowned as a premier location for businesses. Occupiers enjoy excellent access to transport links, the airport and CBD, as well as the amenities of the world-class Highbrook Business Park.
Occupiers include a large multi-national data storage company, a global steel company, a Japan-based provider of heavy machinery and utilities, and a commercial vehicle centre with drive-through cafe.
New buildings have also recently been completed for Dotmar (a universal plastics company), Liebherr (a large German multinational supplying and servicing forestry and mining equipment), Konnect (a Coventry Group company listed on the ASX which specialises in fasteners), Daikin (a world leading air-conditioning company) and JFC (huge Japanese food distributors).
These buildings were designed to suit by Williams Architects, the country’s leading industrial architect. The buildings are owned and managed by Drinkrow Industrial Estates.
|Enquiries||Contact Kim Hughes: 021 530 191 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Location||East Tamaki, Auckland – with an extensive work force of blue and white collar workers in the area|
|Access||Very good access to the major arterial routes in the area, including Highbrook Drive and State Highway 1. Approximately 15 minutes’ drive time to Auckland CBD and Auckland International Airport||Business 6 Zone||Permits the widest range of business activities including manufacturing use and 24/7 operations; future-proofing clients and protecting against reverse sensitivity|