Cuba Street retail & Office
Available Q2 2020
The Cuba Precinct is strategically located in the centre of the popular pedestrianised section of Cuba Street, one of the capital's top footfall zones.
The Cuba Street office and retail component of the Cuba Precinct spans three iconic neighbouring buildings: 94-102 Cuba Street (formerly known as the Farmers Building) and 104 & 106 Cuba Street, all of which are being strengthened to 100% NBS and refurbished.
The ground level will offer premium retail units fronting onto Cuba Street - these units are leasing now and will be ready for fit-out in April 2020.
The upper two levels are being converted into approximately 5,000sqm of large-format character office space, all of which is already fully leased.
Victoria Street retail spaces
Further retail opportunities are also available on the ground floor of the Victoria Lane Apartments and Victoria Lane Office Campus Stage 2 buildings.
If you would like further information about any of the available retail spaces, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
prime Cuba street retail
The Cuba Precinct is strategically located in the centre of the popular pedestrian-only heart of Cuba Street, one of the capital's top footfall zones. The ground floor retail tenancies can be leased individually or in blocks, offering flexible spaces and extended frontage onto Cuba Street.
Key features include:
Seven prime retail units with frontage onto Cuba Street sized between 35sqm - 180sqm.
Located in newly refurbished buildings strengthened to 100% NBS.
Ability to combine adjacent units.
Modern glazed shopfronts.
Generous retail footprints.
5 metre+ frontages.
Stud heights of 4 metres+.
Part of a city block master-plan.
Available Q2 2020.
Contact email@example.com or call 04 805 0000 for more information.
Excellent natural light
All retail units have large glazed shop-fronts for maximum street presence and natural light.
Many also feature large clerestory windows above the verandah for additional natural light and an expanded sense of space within the unit.
The Farmers Building holds considerable heritage significance for the area. The redevelopment of this building aims to respect, maintain and conserve the heritage elements of the highest quality and significance. The heritage character features that can be refurbished include areas of original pressed tin ceiling panels, original wooden flooring, and original cast iron columns spanning generous stud heights of over 4 metres.
The well-loved facade of 104 Cuba Street and the facade mural on 106 Cuba Street are also being incorporated into the newly strengthened seismic structure.
All three buildings will be strengthened to at least 100% NBS. The design is incorporating learnings following the Christchurch and Kaikoura earthquakes and damage avoidance principles. The structural design target is to meet 100% of current code requirements for a new Importance Level 2 [IL2] building. This will achieve in excess of 100% NBS.
Alternative configurations can be accommodated.