Wynyard Quarter’s transformation continues with the exciting vision to include the first city centre open space of scale in 100 years.
Once the sails folded and international teams moved on from the America’s Cup AC36 event, a bounty of kitchen equipment was left in its wake.
The heritage Viaduct Bascule Bridge is in need of some repairs so it can continue to be a piece of legacy infrastructure for many more years to come.
Wynyard Quarter has a long maritime history, and the marine industry continues to be a mainstay for the next chapter of development in the area.
In alignment with the long-term plan for the site and the current leases expiring, North Wharf is being taken to market by Eke Panuku with the goal of selling it (125-year prepaid ground lease) to a development partner, who will unlock the potential of a permanent and sustainable building for the site.
‘Flugtag’ means ‘flight day’ in German. In New Zealand on 10 December, ‘Flugtag’ means there will be 38 teams flying their zany gravity defying contraptions across, and ultimately into, Jellicoe Harbour in Wynyard Quarter.
The New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects (NZILA) announced their 2022 award winners with Wynyard Quarter public spaces featuring in the line-up.
Tīramarama Way, which means ‘to shine, glimmer and light the way’ is now finished in its entirety, with the final section between Beaumont and Daldy Streets now complete and open to the public.