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75-83 Gorge Road
Queenstown

leased

Property Facts

SOLD

Ref: 26282

Leased

Sales type: Retail to Lease

Sale/lease: Lease

Land area: 5119sqm

Built: 1980-89

75-83 Gorge Road, Queenstown

Ref: 26282

Close to the action - commercial lease

Big street frontage, diverse lease options, ample room and a position a few minutes walk to the heart of Queenstown - this commercial space has it all. Two premises are available - a front building comprising 602sqm that's ideal as a showroom/retail area. There's the potential to split it into two if necessary, and the landlord will consider options to upgrade or renovate to suit the right tenants.

The rear building is an approx. 710sqm industrial shed. The high-stud building has so much space and is available for immediate lease.

• Two large buildings available for lease within walking distance of downtown Queenstown
• Great position with high-profile street presence
• Plenty of parking
• Landlord will consider splitting, upgrading or Freehold purchase options

SOLD

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75-83 Gorge Road, Queenstown

Ref: 26282

Web Reference 26282
Property Type Retail to Lease
Built 1980-89
Floor area 1420sqm
Land area 5119sqm

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Queenstown

Founded in 1862, Queenstown is a resort town built around an inlet of Lake Wakatipu. Originally a farming and gold-mining town, Queenstown is now known for its commercial tourism activities, and has four-seasons appeal. The centre of Queenstown consists of a few streets tightly-packed with tourism operators, restaurants, souvenir shops, bars, cafes and outdoor pursuits retailers. Everything’s within easy walking distance, including the iconic Skyline Gondola which takes visitors up to the top of Bob’s Peak, overlooking the town.


Due in part to the ever-changing population, the town centre has extremely sought-after housing. There’s ample property within walking distance of town, with residences ranging from holiday apartments, family homes, cabins to rental properties occupied by multiple tenants.


Prices in the town centre prove consistently strong, in particular for properties with sought-after zoning and the ability to build more than one unit onsite. House prices remain largely immune to the area’s seasonal trends, with high tenancy demand and consistent returns.