Watermelon Parking

Case Studies ‣‣ New Zealand ‣‣ Mixed Use

38 Elizabeth Tauranga, New Zealand

The much anticipated Farmers Tauranga development has been unveiled and is now open for business. At a cost of $200 million the mixed use property is one of the largest of its kind in New Zealand  and includes a 6000 square metre Farmers flagship store and 2000sqm metres for other retailers, as well as 120 homes consisting of 97 apartments including 4 penthouses, and 23 luxury townhouses, pls 322 carparks. 

The property was developed by Normans the founders and owners of the Farmers Markets which has grown to become the one of the largest private grocery store chains in New Zealand.

Watermelon Parking is providing contactless parking using its license plate recognition system and cashless digital terminals to ensure Farmers customers can quickly and effortlessly access the parking facilities.  The QR code readers on the Watermelon terminals allow customers to scan the QR codes printed on their shopping receipts or displayed using their mobile phones to receive free parking.