victoria lane office campus
The Victoria Lane Office Campus represents the next exciting phase of Willis Bond & Co’s Cuba Precinct project.
The office campus occupies the Victoria Street edge of the precinct and is being built in two stages.
Stage 1 delivers over 3,000sqm of large-format office space on levels 1-3 of the new, base-isolated Victoria Lane Apartments building. There is also 500sqm of retail space available on the ground floor.
Stage 2 will deliver another 7,000sqm of large-format office space and 350sqm of ground floor retail space in a new 100%+ NBS commercial building on the adjacent site on the prime Dixon Street corner.
The two office campus stages are set to be ready for occupation in 2022 and 2023 respectively and offer an exciting opportunity for progressive businesses to secure resilient, modern premises in Wellington’s newest commercial hub.
Key features include:
10,000sqm+ high quality office space
850sqm+ prime retail space
100+NBS - Stage 1 is base-isolated; Stage 2 can be base-isolated subject to tenant demand
Large 1,000sqm floor plates
Ability to join levels 1-3 of both stages together for three 2,000sqm floors
Shell or full fit-out options available
Popular Victoria Street location and high profile corner site
3m+ high stud heights
Incorporates factory-style industrial design
Unbeatable resilient location in the heart of Wellington
Opportunity to create your own address in an integrated new city precinct
Excellent access to amenities and public transport for staff and clients
Both office stages are in the early stages of design. Any potential tenant will have the ability to input into the final design, to create the ultimate customised solution for their needs.
Get in touch now to take advantage of this opportunity.
flexible floor plates
Both stages incorporate large flexible floor plates that can accommodate 1 person per 10sqm. Both also benefit from excellent natural light, optimal core zones and efficient services design.
There is potential to connect the three Stage 1 office floors within the adjacent Victoria Lane Apartments building to the equivalent levels in the Stage 2 development to create three 2,000sqm mega-floors if desired.
The upper levels of the Stage 2 building also have good potential to incorporate an outdoor landscaped terrace spaces at level 6 and/or potentially level 3 facing north or west.
The primary address for both stages is to Victoria Street.
The Stage 2 building has the opportunity for a secondary addresses to Dixon Street, providing a dual-sided high profile location.
These address features combined with Victoria Street’s main commuter thoroughfare, create excellent retail and commercial opportunities.
Both buildings have great outlooks over Victoria Street. The Stage 2 building also benefits from views of the city to the north along Willis and Dixon Streets, the Kelburn hills to the west, and harbour views to the east from upper levels.
The ground floor of both campus stages incorporate shopfront and dedicated lobby areas as well as service access and pedestrian links to the new landscaped Victoria Lane.
Excellent natural light
All floors feature extensive glazing and views down Victoria Street. The floor plates, while large, provide good light all around, allowing for flexible layouts and seating arrangements.
The Cuba Precinct is strategically located in a well established retail and hospitality district with easy access to myriad cafes and shops as well as a good range of gyms, medical centres and dental surgeries. The site is also within easy walking distance of the Civic Centre, Lambton and Courtenay Quarters and the waterfront and has excellent public transport links.
The Stage 1 office is within the base-isolated Victoria Lane Apartments building, offering excellent seismic resilience.
The base build offering for the Stage 2 building is a 100% NBS (IL2) structure. However, it is possible to design the building to meet 100% of current code requirements for a new Importance Level 3 (IL3) building. This will achieve in excess of 130% NBS compared to minimum office building compliance requirements.
The seismic design incorporates modern resilience philosophies including moderate ductility demand and damage avoidance detailing for secondary and non-structural elements.
The site is located on Victoria Street, a major arterial route in and out of the city. This central location is easily accessed by foot, bike, car and public transport and features:
Nearest bus stop: 1 min walk
Willis Street bus hub: 5 min walk
Railway station: 10 min cycle/15 min walk
Airport: 15-20 min drive
SH1 on/off ramps: 3 min drive
Victoria Street: arterial route in/out of the city
Car parking: on-site
Public parking/Taxi: within 2-3 minute walk
Mevo/Onzo/Jump/Flamingo: in zone
A low rise car parking building will sit in the middle of the development site providing car parking for both commercial and residential occupants.
EV-charging stations can be incorporated into the car park design.