Take a look at the next stage of changes underway in Wynyard Quarter
The evolution of Wynyard Quarter into a mixed-use precinct continues, with the development of more offices, homes and public spaces currently underway. Take a look at what's under construction here.
Wynyard Quarter Innovation Precinct
With Mason Bros, 12 Madden and 30 Madden already complete and providing 21,000 sqm of office space between them, the final stage of Precinct Properties’ Wynyard Quarter Innovation Precinct is getting underway. Construction has begun on two new office buildings situated at 117 Pakenham Street and 124 Halsey Street, with a combined area of 18,500sqm and completion targeted for Q4 2023.
Stage two of Willis Bond’s 30 Madden development is on track for completion late this year, adding a further 63 units, townhouses and penthouses to the 90 homes completed earlier this year in the first stage of the development.
Orams Site 18
After the recent completion of the first stage of Orams Marine’s redevelopment of Site 18, which included a new 12,000 sqm hardstand, three 90m marina piers and 85 tonne and 820 tonne travel lifts, the next stage is underway.
An 85 tonne work shed is being built now, and construction begins soon for two marine workshops that will accommodate the 820 tonne travel lift with boats up to 60 meters. Plans for future developments once the marine service works are complete include commercial buildings and a residential tower.
100 Halsey Street
Demolition works are underway for the next stage of Infratil’s Halsey Street development, a repositioning of the NZ Bus site that has already seen the creation of a seven-level ‘Wynyard 100’ block with a Travelodge, a Countdown, a 385-space car park and new shops and NZ Bus offices. Further developments of 50,000 sqm are being planned for the site, with potential uses including office space as well as build-to-rent residential accommodation.
In a few months’ time, this pedestrian and cycle laneway will take you right from Halsey Street to Beaumont Street, with the final stage (between Daldy and Halsey Streets) due for completion in December. The design, by Wraight + Associates and Lisa Reihana in consultation with mana whenua, reveals the whakapapa of the place by drawing from the historic tidal/water edge beneath.