Clyde Quay Wharf will have an international standing as a development in terms of its exceptional blend of location, design, quality and amenity.
76 luxury apartments are located on level one and above and only a handful remain available for purchase.
The $180-million development successfully incorporates not only a premium residential environment but also new public spaces and amenities, car parking and a vibrant mix of hospitality, marine and lifestyle operations.
Iconic architecture and public spaces
Clyde Quay Wharf is a spectacular, architecturally-designed building like no other in New Zealand. Its long, elegant form has an ocean liner feel and sits gracefully on the landmark wharf site.
Visitors arriving at the wharf are greeted with a dramatic, five-level architectural statement with curved forms and a floating roof. At wharf level, feature seating, paving and a cut-out wharf area create interest and a natural place to meet others and relax.
Along the wharf, boat-like hulls protrude from the building with residents above, retail areas feature stunning double-level atrium spaces, and public artwork and marina activities create a vibrant, animated environment.
The north-end of the wharf is different again, with a new public viewing deck and fishing jetty at the end of the building, which dramatically concludes with a spectacular soaring roof that appears to float above the structure.
Accessible and connected
The wharf is easily accessible by foot, car, bike or boat around its entire perimeter. The modes of transport intermingle to enhance activity and encourage accessibility and use by all.
The wharf is closely connected to the key parts of the city. The high-end Oriental Bay and Mount Victoria residential areas are literally next door, Te Papa with 1.3 million visitors per annum is within two minutes' walk and Courtenay Place, the theatre district and the CBD are just five minutes' walk away.
Already established activities in the area include fine restaurants, many of Wellington's larges hotels in Oriental Bay, the renowned Sunday fresh food market next to Te Papa, Freyberg Pool and beach area, and the busy weekend activity of locals and visitors using one of the best waterfront's in the world.
Outstanding natural environment
All areas of the wharf environment are connected directly to the water, with uninterrupted views to the city. Oriental Bay and north to the harbour and beyond to the Tararuas. Circulate the wharf to see all of Wellington.
The wharf is blessed with a true north-south orientation meaning that one side is bathed in beautiful morning sun while the other city-side enjoys the afternoon and evening sun. Many of Wellington's most successful public spaces have evening sun and this is a strong attribute of the wharf.
The physical positioning is also ideal of the prevailing winds as it points into them rather than being positioned side on.