10 Brandon Street, one of Wellington’s premier office addresses, is being transformed by Primeproperty Group to offer the market a modern, resilient and efficient workspace catering for the evolving workplace environment.
Strong and robust in the centre of Wellington
Structural integrity, resilience and life safety are of the highest importance to Primeproperty Group. As a result, 10 Brandon Street is undergoing a major strengthening project that will achieve 130% NBS and an A+ seismic rating, providing a seismic resilience level very few other buildings possess.
Andrew Monahan of Primeproperty Group says that a 12-month period of collaborative design and invasive testing by leading specialists has led to a high-quality outcome. “It is the result of collaboration between lead engineer Spectrum Consulting Engineers, ENGEO Geotechnical Engineers and peer reviewer University of Canterbury.”
Delivering a future-ready workspace
Once the strengthening works are complete in March 2020, tenant fitout can commence. 12,000sqm of quality space will then become available from mid-2020, offering 16-levels of newly refurbished office accommodation with harbour views and 900sqm of premium ground floor retail.
The extensively upgraded floor plates of c.780sqm will provide an efficient footprint for a high density of occupants utilising the potential fitout of a flexible and activity-based working environment.
Furthermore, the ground level retail presents a premium space for food, boutique and traditional high-street offerings with the added incentive of flexible options around size, position and timing.
David Fisher, Director of CBRE’s Advisory & Transaction Services business in Wellington, confirms a co-working tenant will occupy Level 14 and an international engineering company has leased Levels 15 and 16, the top two floors of the building. There is also strong tenant interest on other levels. “This early take up is a real statement supporting the quality of the work that is being undertaken by Primeproperty Group.”
“Wellington’s waterfront office space has long been sought after, so we know that this property will continue to lease well.”
Abundance of amenities and well-being opportunities
Fisher says that the building offers bike parking and charging stations, as well as a cafe integrated into the building’s main entrance. ”Tenants can enjoy the complimentary use of the landlord’s private fitness centre, showers and change rooms located at 94 Featherston Street,” he says. “10 Brandon Street is going to offer a superb work environment right in the heart of Wellington’s city waterfront · a hugely desirable place to be.”
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