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Sir Bob Jones acquires Auckland tower from Canadian pension funds

The building at 51-53 Shortland Street had a rateable value of $70m in 2021.

Robt Jones Holdings now owns both towers that make up the Shortland Street Centre.

Sir Bob Jones’ company has acquired an office building in downtown Auckland that was recently valued at $70 million.

Robt Jones Holding (RJH) has agreed to acquire the 18-floor building at 51-53 Shortland Street from PSPIB/CPPIB Waiheke Inc, which is the locally registered company for the Canadian

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