Wynyard Central

Wynyard Quarter, Auckland

Mixed-use precinct comprising 113 apartments, pavilions and townhouses and ground floor retail.

Under construction; final residences now selling & retail spaces now leasing.

First residences due to be completed September 2017.

Apartment available to view on-site.

A partnership project with Panuku Development Auckland.

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Wynyard Central

Wynyard Quarter, Auckland

Mixed-use precinct comprising 113 apartments, pavilions and townhouses and ground floor retail.

Under construction; final residences now selling & retail spaces now leasing.

First residences due to be completed September 2017.

Apartment available to view on-site.

A partnership project with Panuku Development Auckland.

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Situated in the heart of Auckland’s regenerated Wynyard Quarter, this new urban waterfront development includes a diverse selection of apartments and townhouses, with retail spaces on the ground floor.

WC Portrait for WC Project PageWynyard Central is a vibrant, high quality and environmentally sustainable precinct on Auckland’s waterfront and within walking distance of the CBD. It is made up of 113 residences in three different styles - pavilions, townhouses and apartments - designed to suit different lifestyles.

The majority of residences are now sold and construction is well underway with the first pavilions due to be completed in September 2017. For more information about the development and final available residences, visit the Wynyard Central website. For information about available retail spaces, please contact Simon Revell on 021 906 171.

Wynyard Central is a collaboration between Willis Bond & Co and one of New Zealand’s leading architectural practices, Architectus. Willis Bond was selected as the developer of the project by Panuku Development Auckland (previously Waterfront Auckland), following an international design and tender process.

Together with 132 Halsey, Wynyard Central will be the first project of its type and scale in New Zealand to target a Homestar 7 rating for sustainability and energy efficiency.