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Two six-storey apartment blocks for East Frame

Wednesday, March 2, 2022   Posted in: Signatory Notice Board By: Administrator With tags: housing, development

Christchurch City Council Newsline: 28th February 2022

Two six-storey apartment blocks are going to be built on the corner of Manchester and Worcester streets.

The corner site in the East Frame has been sold by Crown company Ōtākaro Limited to Williams Corporation, who will build the twin apartment blocks.

Construction is expected to get underway later this year.

Ōtākaro Limited Chief Executive John Bridgman says the development will create 102 new homes in the central city.

“Our aim was to secure a development here that brought some height to central city living, to broaden the appeal of the East Frame to those who enjoy apartments.

“Williams Corporation is eager to get started as soon as possible and has demonstrated it has the capability to quickly progress the development. We want to see the central city population increasing as quickly as possible.”

Managing Director of Williams Corporation Blair Chappell, says the development is one of the company’s most significant to date.

“Made up of apartments, townhouses and mixed-use residential/commercial buildings, this development will be an asset to the Christchurch rebuild.

“Our team is dedicated to the development of much needed warm, dry, high-quality homes in central Christchurch, and we know there is a strong demand for our product.

“We are honoured to be able to develop within the Christchurch East Frame in such a prominent location, and believe this site has great opportunities to provide high-quality and centrally located homes where individuals can live, work and play.”