Chris Gollins
Chris Gollins

Chris is almost better known in Wellington as a former journalist in radio and television. He left the media in 1986 to work with NZ icon Sir Robert (Bob) Jones at Robt. Jones Investments as that company’s Property Manager, with responsibility for NZ, Australia, Canada & the USA. This laid the foundation for his knowledge of commercial property in all facets. He and Sir Robert remain close friends and fish together regularly. Chris catches the bigger ones.

He has been in Agency since 1988, principally at Colliers International. He has been Colliers top producing broker in NZ and has attended Colliers training in Baltimore and Prague. He has served two terms as President of the Property Council of NZ (Wellington branch) and two terms as President of the Porirua City Chamber of Commerce. He was a founder of North Wellington Life Education Trust and is a member of the Rotary Club of Wellington. In 2015 he launched Gollins Commercial Ltd to provide enhanced agency services through exceptional service and marketing. He is passionate about his company exceeding client’s expectations.

Chris’s greatest strength is innovation. He has conceived of many transactions and developments, firstly recognising an opportunity, identifying a location then convincing investors, vendors, local authorities etc.

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Masterton's Smartest Industrial

1 Edwin Feist Place, Masterton, Masterton

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Unquestionably the industrial building with the smartest presence, profile and office fit-out in increasingly popular Masterton.   Selling with short term leaseback option. Offers invited.Built circa 2006 then extended in 20171088m² (industrial 725m², office 201m², canopy 162m²)Attractive Australian hardwood office joineryLease to 31 March 2020 at $102,950.
 

Martinborough trophy - investment or owner-occupier

47 Jellicoe Street, Martinborough, Wairarapa

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It's extremely rare for a commercial property of this nature to come to the market with vacant possession, presented in such pristine condition, for sale rather than lease. The potential options/uses are endless, such is the quality of build and finish the entire property - two buildings and yard.The main building - 183.
 

Long Term Investment in Heartland New Zealand

134 Norman Avenue, Masterton

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This is an investment in the industry at the forefront of eradicating the world of disposal plastic – replacing it with wood pulp originated alternatives. The tenant, Renalls has the advantage of a monopoly position within the huge Wairarapa and Poverty Bay forestry industries, producing and transporting wood chips for the pulp mills at Whirinaki, Kawerau and Kinleith.
 

Lower Hutt Land Banking Opportunity

9 Pharazyn Street, Lower Hutt

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Often sort after, rarely available this unique large parcel of land and buildings comprising of 6629m² is for sale by tender.  Some holding income can be derived from some of the units while choosing your development choices.1km to Lower Hutt16km to Wellington CBDYour opportunity to own a rarity.  Contact the agents for a memorandum of information.
 

Hood Aerodrome Masterton

Masterton

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A Palmerston North monster

124 Keith Street, Roslyn, Palmerston North

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12,000
Palmerston North is now firmly established as the southern & central North Island's manufacturing and distribution hub.There's little industrial space vacancy, so this property is exceptional. Up to 12,000m² at $75m². Whether that's net or gross depends on lease term, activity etc.
 

High yield investment

119 Queen Street, Masterton, Masterton

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A very affordable commercial investment on one of Masterton's most prominent north-facing corners. A sought after mix of both retail and residential with a very solid tenancy history. The seismic rating is 100% NBS (reviewed in 2015). The ground rental is restricted to 5% of rateable land value. The Wairarapa has a great growth story and this property is expected to sell for less than $500,000.
 

Design your brand-new layout

188 Chapel Street, Kuripuni, Masterton

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A new build sharing presence with Bayley’s Real Estate and Rabobank. While our developer has made every effort to provide the very best lay-out and design for your staff, it is not too late to add your own special requirements. This property is situated in increasingly popular Kuripuni with easy access and ample parking.For lease or for sale.
$54,000 Per Annum

High exposure corner

125 Queen Street, Masterton, Masterton

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A quality brand new ground floor retail space for lease. This north facing property, on the sunny side of Queen Street is on one of Masterton’s hottest corners in Central Queen Street. Pedestrian crossings over Queen and Church Streets will lead customers to your door. Rear trade and parking access covered car-park, add to the tenancy.
$58,000 Per Annum

Absolutely fabulous - Briarwood

21 Main Street, Greytown

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 Greytown’s ‘Briarwood’ sets the standard for luxurious guest accommodation in the Wairarapa. But Briarwood is not a ‘commercial’ property in the strict sense. It is a sumptuous residential property with the benefit to the owner of three fabulous suites providing an income and experiences to supplement the pleasure of the lifestyle Briarwood provides.
$1,375,000

Premium Marlborough Vineyards

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Sauvignon Blanc - Tenant is pioneering export driven producerTwo properties - total area 70 hectares (52ha planted)*$623,500 pa fully net - 3 yearly market reviews - full ratchetLeases 20 years from settlement plus 2 X 5 yr renewalsObvious capital gain potential can be shownA Confidentiality Agreement is required to obtain further detail.Please email us with your name; email and telephone number.
 
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