Current Projects & Opportunities
With a large market share and a strong track record in the Waikato and BOP the Foster Develop team are constantly bringing new exciting opportunities to market. Whether you are an investor looking to purchase a property with an income stream or an occupier looking to lease your next building click here to review our current projects. Don’t see what you are looking for? Contact one of our team to discuss your requirements.
Union Square is Hamilton’s marque office and retail development strategically located at the south end of Hamilton’s CBD. This will be a diverse and vibrant place to work and shop incorporating over 23,000/sqm of prime grade office space and 350 carparks. For enquiries contact Rhys Harvey 021 246 2039
Lakewood Cambridge is nestled on the edge of the lake in the thriving town of Cambridge. Carefully designed and master planned this development truly embraces the ethos of Work, Live and Play by incorporating office accommodation, retail, apartments and townhouses. We have some great ground floor office space available. For enquiries contact Rhys Harvey 021 246 2039
Refurbished office space is available at 586 Victoria Street. The building has been completely refurbished with new lift cars, communal meeting areas, end of trip facilities with good onsite carparking availability. For enquiries contact Rhys Harvey on 021 246 2039 or Rasa Gecaite on 021 077 7873
183 Collingwood Street
183 Collingwood Street will be completely re-built creating and providing more than 20 carparks and great signage opportunities for the occupier(s). The ground floor consists of 380sqm of newly refurbished office space with communal meeting rooms and end of trip facilities with over 800sqm of open space on the first floor. For enquiries contact Rhys Harvey on 021 246 2039
154 First Avenue, Tauranga
Currently in the resource consent process and due to start construction in November 2020. Located in Tauranga CBD, this 5 level building will have 3 levels of premium office space and 2 levels of basement carparking. Single floor plates of over 1000sqm each with over 70 carparks. For enquiries contact Rhys Harvey on 021 246 2039
Titanium Park is centrally located to Cambridge, Hamilton and Te Awamutu. It is also at a central junction between Auckland, Tauranga, New Plymouth, Taupo and Rotorua, making it an ideal base of operations. We have two options available. Either 2x 6,000sqm facilities, or 13,000+sqm facilities for large occupant. Move in by December 2021. For enquiries contact Rhys Harvey on 021 246 2039
Located in one of Waikato’s most desirable lifestyle locations Tamahere Village, on the southern edge of Hamilton, is a purpose built retail complex. Phase 1 opened mid 2019 with tenants including a supermarket, doctor, chemist, hairdresser and an accountant. The Tamahere Village piazza, skate park and playground is also open and these areas along with Tamahere Village now form the heart of the Tamahere community.
Phase 2 is now under construction with opportunities to lease space still available for a variety of retail and hospitality businesses. For enquiries contact Rhys Harvey 021 246 2039
Centrally located to the Tauranga CBD with great views over Waikareao Estuary. The commercial office development will include 2,000sqm of office space over two levels, and an abundance of on-site car parking. For enquiries contact Rhys Harvey on 021 246 2039
Hamilton City – Opportunity, Growth & Innovation
Nestled in the heart of the Waikato, Hamilton is New Zealand’s largest inland city with the mighty Waikato River running through the middle.
More people are moving here as it’s a modern, innovative city with affordable living costs and thriving businesses.
Hamilton’s economy is strong, diverse, flourishing and part of the ‘golden triangle’ Auckland and Tauranga. The golden triangle accounts for two-thirds of all freight in New Zealand.
We’re also home to some of New Zealand’s more innovative and export-driven companies and research institutes.
New Zealand’s 4th largest city with convenient road, rail and air links.
Knowledge based economy with 39% of the workforce tertiary qualified supporting NZ’s most innovative and export driven companies.
Lower cost of living and housing. Affordability driving lower wage and salary expectations.
Strong population growth driven by professional and skilled migration from Auckland, Wellington and beyond.
The Waikato region being less prone to natural disasters.
The Labour led government has confirmed that a Hamilton to Auckland rail ink is “near the top of the list”.