Plans for largest private post-earthquake development for Christchurch released

Published by Architecture Design 20 April, 2015 author 

Plans for what would be the largest private development in the CBD of Christchurch since the 2011 earthquake have been released by the project’s developers who’re also promising that it will revitalise the precinct.

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Renders and a fly through video of ‘The Crossing’, a near 20,000sqm multipurpose shopping and office precinct and car park, have been made public by Carter Group along with an assurance that it will give the central city a new heart and pump it back to life.

The Crossing development has been designed by New Zealand firm Wilson & Hill Architects and will cover the hectare block between Cashel Mall, Colombo Street, Lichfield Street and High Street. It will comprise 14,000sqm of retail and hospitality, 5,000sqm of commercial space and a 630 car park building.

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