The judges noted seismically upgraded, 30 Waring Taylor Street provides a new-found resilience for the future, touching the building lightly to reveal its inherent historical character.
Transformed, 30 Waring Taylor also received an excellence in the Resene Green Building Property Award setting a new standard in shared workspace solutions with a targeted 5-Star Greenstar rating and 5-Star NABERSNZ rating.
Since opening in late 2021, Waring Taylor has been operating at above 90% occupancy, highlighting the shift of Wellington businesses toward flex space options.
Generator recently announced a second Wellington location in Bowen Street will open this Spring, part of Precinct Properties’ transformational Bowen Campus development.
“The expansion of Generator in the capital highlights the gap in the Wellington market for high-quality flexi-workspace areas, and we’re delighted to continue to meet that demand as more businesses embrace flexible working conditions for their teams,” Brown adds.
Scott Pritchard, Chief Executive of Precinct Properties, which owns Generator NZ, says that both Generator locations form an important part of Wellington’s collaborative workplace offering, and the recent Award wins reinforce this.
“Developments like Bowen Campus and Waring Taylor provide high quality office space for smaller businesses and support the growing demand for flexi-space from larger companies,” he says.