North. South. East. Westgate – where everything is close.
Westgate is one of the most sought-after commercial and industrial locations in New Zealand.
Westgate is fast becoming the new hub for Megastores and Mega centres. Harvey Norman, Noel Leeming, Freedom Furniture, Briscoes and Rebel, Mitre 10 Mega and Bunnings are all here. Costco, the second largest retailer worldwide are building a $100 million-dollar megastore creating 350 new full-time jobs.
Ironworks provides investors and owner occupiers with a unique opportunity to buy into Westgate before it’s too late. Lock in future gains and take advantage of the extraordinary upside that so many national and multinational businesses have recognised.
Westgate Shopping Centre
Northwest Shopping Centre
Mitre 10 Mega
Rapid Transit Corridor
Foundry 1 & 2
West Harbour Ferry Terminal
Hobsonville Ferry Terminal
An unbeatable development. An unequalled location.
Ironworks is moments from the North and South exits to SH16, 10 minutes to the North Shore, 15 minutes to the CBD and only 20 minutes to the airport. You can get stuck into work, not stuck in traffic. Productivity is maximised with optimum connectivity to arterial routes. The north-western rapid transit corridor, a dedicated public transport corridor from Point Chevalier to Westgate, will further enhance connectivity. It will transform Westgate into a key transport interchange and support and accelerate residential intensification around the Westgate hub.
Over $300 million is earmarked by the Council dedicated to infrastructure across Red Hills and Whenuapai for over 10,500 new homes. These future urban areas are projected to increase tenfold from 4,000 to over 40,000. By 2046 the population is expected to grow to approximately 94,000, a 944% growth. Currently over 475,000 people live within a 15-minute drive of Westgate.
A Retail Destination
Across Westgate Shopping Centre and the Northwest Mall, there are in excess of 180 retail and hospitality businesses. The Westgate hub is fast emerging as a retail and hospitality powerhouse.
Over $1 billion in private and public expenditure has been invested in infrastructure in the North West and that number will continue to grow as Westgate’s momentum builds.