4 Walker Street, Christchurch Central / by Nat Voisey

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.

The ground floor of approx. 200sqm has a stud height of over 3.0m, giving it excellent sense of space. New northern, wooden framed windows help provide natural light into the space and the existing tilter door gives it a strong street presence and point of difference for the business. Ed Tanner of the Sailor's Son has utilised many facets of the existing structure to create a memorable experience. 

Level 1 has beautiful wooden floors and fantastic original high ceilings to provide a very special working environment. Plenty of windows provide generous natural light and signage on the building has given businesses great exposure and a unique identity in a growing and emerging area of the City.

Nearby developments include the new Metro Sports Centre, the new Health Precinct, South City, Justice Precinct and Majestic Church. The creation of the South Frame has resulted in a number of new businesses looking towards the south of the city and a range of new developments are underway or due to commence to cater for this surge of demand from offices, retailers and residential.

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Ground Floor
The Sailor's Son – Read their story

First Floor
Barrer & Co – Read their story
Cobalt Recruitment – Read their story