After an extensive refurbishment and strengthening programme, Erskine Chapel is now open for bookings.

Commercial Portfolio

110 Featherson Street

The original eight-storey building at 110 Featherston Street was built in 1917 by James Fletcher for the Dominion Farmers Institute. It was then partly demolished, extended, strengthened and combined with a new nine-storey structure in 1985.

The two structures are connected by an attractive central atrium and the historic façade is part of the original building. It is registered as a category II with Historic Places and is listed in the heritage chapter. 

The property has some ground floor retail, a mezzanine floor, seven levels of office space and basement parking. The building is serviced by three lifts, with one descending to the basement. The lift plant room and other service facilities are located on the roof. Two new chillers were installed and commissioned in October 2017.

The building has retail frontage to Featherston Street, the main entrance lobby is also on Featherston Street with secondary access for servicing, vehicle and pedestrian access from Maginnity Street. The office floors average approximately 1,150sqm of net lettable area with lifts, stairs, toilets, and service core located towards the southern side of the building. The space is carpeted and air conditioned with excellent natural light augmented by lighting recessed in suspended ceiling tiles.

The ground floor has male and female showers and there is secure storage for bicycles in the basement. See available leases here

186 Willis Street

A 10-storey reinforced concrete office building constructed in 1987 as Hewlett Packard's head office provides ground floor retail and 9 levels of office premises. The building has a seismic rating of 70% NBS and provides 5,959sqm of office space and 61 covered/uncovered carparks. See available lease here. 

Kordia House

2 Manners Street. Acquired in 2021,  Kordia House is located on the corner of Willis and Manners Street, featuring a 4-level podium and 10-level office tower. This is a high-profile site with strong pedestrian traffic. Ground floor tenants include Kiwibank, Urban, TJ Katsu and Escape Matters. See available leases here

NEC Building

40 Taranaki Street. Diagonally opposite the Xero building, neighbouring the emerging Wellington laneways and in the heart of the City’s Creative District.

Located on the high profile corner of Manners and Taranaki Street, NEC House has assisted in bringing the business community to this part of town.

NEC House has undergone a large refurbishment with each floor benefiting from good natural light and views overlooking the busy Courtenay Place. The new foyer area and lift upgrades make for another strong appeal of this building.

Adding to the appeal, NEC House is located on the main transport line which sees Wellington buses travel directly past en route to both the train station or airport direction.

The location of NEC is pivotal with many options of cafes, restaurants and bars right on its doorstep. See available leases here

101 The Terrace

The Park Hotel takes up 10-floors, with 6-floors of commercial offices and ground floor retail/hospitality mix. 

Sharp House

Six level freehold building on a prominent corner of Taranaki Street with 4722 square metres of office space, with 35 car parks, sitting on 1574 square metres of land, with billboard signage rented to APN Media, mobile phone towers owned by Vodafone and 2Degrees, and a camera feeding into Wellington City Council’s traffic management centre.

Sharp House was built by Fletcher Construction in 1988 and utilises reinforced concrete columns and beams, with precast concrete exterior walls with aluminium framed joinery.  The property has an extended frontage over Taranaki Street which provides considerable brand exposure for Sharp to the high volumes of traffic using both Taranaki Street and heading east on Ghuznee Street. The Ghuznee Street profile supports a large billboard on the western face of the block.  The building’s upper levels are serviced by two 13-person passenger lifts, while a goods lift at the rear of the building rises to level two. All three lifts operate from the basement car park. All levels are fully air conditioned, with access to natural light too.

The immediate surrounding neighbourhood comprise a mix of multi-storey buildings in a mixed-use commercial and residential format. The location is on a main bus route and is short walk from Courtenay Place. 

178 - 180 Willis Street. 

106 apartments across 13 storeys, This building has been converted from a commercial office space into apartment living. The goal of the project was to help alleviate some pressures on inner-city living and draw professionals into the city in conjunction with WCC’s Te Kainga housing scheme.

Site-wide refurbishment process, including seismic strengthening scheme and fit-out design. Understand more about our Te Kainga programme for affordable inner city rentals for Wellington City Council.  


In collaboration with award winning architect Stuart Gardyne from Architecture+ , we are set to breathe new life into the outstanding historical and culturally significant Massey House. Strengthened to 100% of NBS, the restoration and redevelopment of 126LQ will deliver over 7,077m2 of reimagined A-Grade premium commercial office and retail space set over 9 Levels, incorporating the 150m2 green roof deck providing a flexible staff and entertaining area overlooking Lambton Quay.

The basebuild will be fully refurbished incorporating all new sustainable building systems and services with a focus on providing a truly cost-effective accommodation solution whilst reducing the building's impact on the environment.

All key heritage elements (including the glazed curtain wall, lobbies and unique detailing specific to the design detailing of Plischke and Firth) will be fully refurbished in keeping with the building's Category 1 Heritage Classification.

See project website

Todd Tower

A 16-level well known tower, serviced by 4 lifts, on site parks, near the waterfront.  NBS of 100% and a refurbished entry lobby, new standalone HVAC systems per floor. Excellent nearby ammenity including Wellington Waterfront. See full property information and available lease opportunities

114 The Terrace

14-level tower is serviced by 3 lifts and has recently had a newly refurbished lobby. Contiguous floors available, Conferencing available within The Terrace Conference Centre on site.

1 - 7 Bryce Street

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Erskine Chapel

Available for public hire, this glorious space is located at 31 Avon Street, Island Bay. 

Learn more about this space. 

3 Serlby Place Porirua

545 sqm Located on the Ground Floor with Street Level Entry to Serlby Place, in a prominent 4-storey building in the heart of Porirua City.  Light filled, spacious and ready to be fit out. With an NBS of 100%, this street front tenancy is one not to miss. The Post Hotel is located in the 3 levels above, with a neighbouring ground floor reception area.

Previously developed.

A lot of Wellington's commercial buildings have been developed or managed by us over the years. Below are just a few of what we consider to be our stand-outs: Ones that we are particularly proud of, to this day. 

Conservation House

The Department of Conservation wanted an environmentally friendly building - one which would testify to its commitment to the value of conservation. Conservation House won the Sustainable Building Award at the 2006 Govt3 Awards for its new offices in the former Hoyts movie theatre complex on Manners Street in central Wellington. At the time, it was recognised as one of the most environmentally- friendly office buildings in New Zealand.

We sought to recreate, rather than recycle, a disused cinema complex, turning it into an enhanced state-of-the-art ‘green’ building. It utilises the most advanced sustainable ventilation and energy-saving strategies, such as replacing conventional air conditioning high highly efficient, noiseless, active chilled beams- the first such use in Australasia.

Sustainability is paramount, even during construction, when waste was sorted on site and minimised.


  • Active chilled beam air conditioning system.

  • Centralised atrium providing natural light and air flow.

  • Rainwater collection and recirculation to water plants and flush toilets.

  • Double-layer glass façade to allow natural air-flow, air conditioning or mixed-mode operation.

  • Daylight dimming and motion sensors combine to give an energy-efficient lighting system.

  • Sustainable internal fittings, including Ontera carpet tiles for easy replacement of individual tiles as needed.

  • Heat pump water system

  • PVC-free roller blinds.

  • Low VOC formaldehyde materials.

Xero Building

We redeveloped the old Manthel Motors building (which had also been used as  a World War II storehouse before being converted to offices in 1990) into Wellington’s first fabric covered office block. Located on the corner of Wakefield and Taranaki Street, the now 5-storey block is home to software company, Xero.

The Wellington Company has a large focus in the restoration of heritage-listed buildings. It was important to Ian Cassels to keep the two-storey Manthel Motors façade at the front of the building, with the focus being on the heritage part during the day, and the newly constructed three stories above at night.

Read more about this heritage/new build project and what it achieved for Xero. 

Spark Central

Then known as Telecom House, we acquired the property in 1999 for $10M, spent $100M on a five-star green design rating, with the finished project including a 12-storey refurbished heritage building and a new 11-storey office tower that attracted a rateable value of $188m just before it was sold for a Wellington record price, just shy of $200m. Read more about the design of this fantastic building from Architecture +