36 Welles Street is a new build commercial space that is now ready for the forward focused business to make it their own and to join an area which is quickly becoming Christchurch’s first true central city neighbourhood.Read More
The largest single level property within the Christchurch Health Precinct, New Harley Chambers is where conversations, collaborations and successes are helping to shape the international advancement of medical research, technology and treatment.Read More
Built in 1933, this large Art Deco white and peach building sits at 200 Armagh St, directly opposite the largest playground in the Southern Hemisphere - The Margaret Mahy Playground - and bookmarks the entire East Frame.Read More
573 Colombo Street is in the heart of the South Town area - the hub of creativity in Christchurch.Read More
Recently purchased, this iconic 1930's art deco building, on the corner of Colombo and Bath Streets, holds one of the oldest liquor licenses in the City. Originally located by Cathedral Square in 1867, it moved to its current location in the 1930's as the area become more appealing to its guests for its accessibility and nearby train station. Now some 80 years on, the New City Hotel is about to undergo a strengthening and refurbishment programme to bring it into line with the growing vibe in South Town.
Boutique, flashpacker accommodation on the upper 2 levels with original features will provide high end comforts with local experiences, leveraging off the growing number of innovative businesses moving to the area.
On the ground floor, there are opportunities to revive the inner city Hotel Pub in a modern but authentic environment with captive audiences from nearby offices, apartments and the hotel guests.
The story of New City Hotel continues and is set to become the premium South Town accomodation offering.
An old darts hall transformed into a childcare centre, 3 Balfour Terrace is thriving with toddlers and young kids at Grow Active.Read More
Originally built for Land Rover in the 1940's, it housed Land Rover sales and the parts department. Prior to the earthquakes, it was the Hop Yick trading Company.Read More
The Midland Club, originally known as the Federal Club, was founded in 1880 and chartered in 1885.Read More
A prominent, north facing site with dual street access and easily accessible from various central and outlying suburbs. The site includes a new Childcare Centre, operated by Grow Active – a leading Christchurch childcare operator with a strong philosophy and appeal for discerning parents.Read More
A Grow Active campus in development, 12 Welles St is surrounded by the central city, ready for local parents and caregivers to be apart of Grow Active.Read More
Constructed in the 1960’s, this simple and authentic north facing 2 level building has now been completed and houses 3 local businesses in an emerging part of South Town.Read More
The home of Smokey T's, the building is currently undergoing works to expand the Smokey T's experience. Watch this space!Read More
Previously used as a commercial glass factory, 105 Orbell Street is a high profile 1950’s building with strong industrial character and street presence.Read More
Originally constructed as a grocery distribution centre, this site has had a strong affiliation with food and beverages.Read More
Located in a stunning 1950's ex printing hall, this prominent structure is positioned at the cross-roads of the new government-led $28m South Frame Green Walkway Precinct and will be repurposed into a mixed use hospitality, retail and office space.Read More
A truly grand design, it was designed to portray strength and stability to the people of Christchurch.Read More
The Welder is an authentic mix of retail, hospitality and health & wellbeing spaces for boutique businesses.Read More
This stunning mid century building sits on the high profile corner of Manchester and High Streets, in the centre of the City.Read More