Westfield Downtown
Westfield Downtown is a smaller shopping centre with 12,417 m² gross lettable area in the Auckland CBD, Auckland City, New Zealand. It is situated at 11-19 Customs Street West between Lower Albert Street and the Britomart Transport Centre.

Shopping centre
The centre has approximately 80 stores on three floors, with the three major stores being The Warehouse, Warehouse Stationary and Postie Plus. It is one of the few Westfield Group malls that does not provide a supermarket, but is also the only proper mall in the entire CBD area. It is also known for being covered almost completely by huge exterior billboards, which have repeatedly drawn the ire of Council officers. In 2005, the centre had retail sales of NZ$ 56.9 million, and 5.8 million customer visits per year. These are mostly CBD workers, tourists and the growing inner-city population. However, the centre has been called Westfield's most underperforming shopping centre in New Zealand. Lying in the middle of a much more densely built up CBD and being considered underdeveloped with only three stories above ground, various other plans for the site have been mooted in recent years. The centre, valued at NZ$ 79.1 million (2009 data) , could therefore potentially become the site for a new office tower or hotel, though no decisions have yet been taken.

Planned skyscraper
In 2008, Westfield received approval via non-notified resource consent for a 41 storey office skyscraper (including a 2 level retail podium) at the site of the current centre. The permission has come under fire, as it was granted without protection requirements for a future rail tunnel from Britomart Transport Centre, which would have to pass right under the building. However, in October 2008, ONTRACK noted that it had reached an agreement in principle with the owners of Westfield Downtown to allow the tunnel route to be threaded through the future foundations.