At the southern entrance to Auckland, Drury South Crossing is an outstanding position for the key North Island markets of Auckland, Hamilton and Tauranga.
Running along the eastern boundary of State Highway 1, two highway interchanges provide immediate access to Drury South Crossing - Drury and Ramarama – ensuring you’re just 30 minutes into Auckland city, just over an hour to Hamilton and just over two to Tauranga.
The location’s potential has been identified by Kiwi Property Group, which is buying 51 hectares of land in Drury and aiming to create a new town centre next to the Drury South Crossing site. This means that popping down to the shops at lunchtime or to meet friends for a coffee will become an easy pleasure.
Furthermore, Drury is set to benefit from $2 billion of infrastructure investment over the next ten years. With new rail, stations, bus routes, roads and water infrastructure all due to be created around the business park, it is already becoming the focal point of considerable industrial and commercial occupier interest.
This means that any business at Drury South Crossing will sit at the nexus of the so-called Golden Triangle of New Zealand, between the coastal ports of Auckland and Tauranga and the inland ports being developed in Hamilton and Auckland: the perfect staging point on the doorstep of 60% of the North Island’s population.