Overview

Welcome to one of Christchurch’s most desirable commercial locations, 151 Cambridge Terrace.

Located on the corner of Gloucester Street & Cambridge Terrace, this location enjoys unparalleled views across the Avon River and towards the Southern Alps. This Iconic Building has been designed with stunning curves that accentuate the Avon River whilst state of the art fins on the exterior provide the perfect amount of sun and light through into the high spec A grade office areas.

 

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The location enjoys a close proximity to a number of key areas that will help reduce the dependency on driving within the central city whilst offering staff excellent amenities to enhance the work environment. Some of these locations and approximate distances include;

  • New Convention Centre 200m
  • Christchurch City Council 200m
  • Art Gallery 200m
  • The Terrrace Restaurants & Bars 300m
  • Arts Precinct & Town Hall 500m
  • Re-Start Mall, Cashel St 500m
  • Hagley Park 650m
  • Proposed Justice Precinct 650m
  • St Michael’s School 650m (link to website)

The ground floor comprises of three premium retail and hospitality spaces that compliment the building and its occupants. Five floors of offices above house Christchurch’s premier firms in A grade office space with high profile and impressive signage. Generous floorplates of approximately 1020sqm that include unique spaces with fantastic outlooks to host clients. Basement and ground floor secured parking for both vehicles and cycles are available with easy access to showers and amenities.

Engineered by leading firm Aurecon, the damage limitation design incorporates the latest in base isolation technology and steel framework. The HVAC system and services have all been designed to have reduced running costs that lower the operating expenses and utility expenses for businesses.

A remarkable design in an extremely desirable area, this property is a true landmark for Christchurch.

Contact Toby Nicholls 022-035-0055 for further details or to arrange a tour through the three remaining spaces.