A new era.

A quality refurbishment/modernisation during 2021/2022, has sensitively embraced the building's original character features.  With new building services in place, strengthening now at 70% NBS and luxury modernisation implemented (such as stone benchtops and sophisticated lighting plans with wireless remotes), the newly built apartments at Edisons satisfy the new build exemption for tax purposes, delivering a special opportunity for savvy investors.

 

 

 

Clever architectural modifications by Seddon Associates have created a floorplan generosity unheard of in Wellington’s CBD, in fact: many are larger than suburban homes. Several apartments benefit from light-filled bathrooms and additional flexible living spaces to cater to today’s work from home requirements. The ground floor is already leased as retail, and floors 1 - 4 have been converted into newly built apartments, with just two investment offerings per floor.  Carpark and storage options are also available for purchase at basement level. Security is excellent, with the main lobby entrance (off Cuba street) protected via swipe card access with an intercom system for visitors/deliveries. Apartment entrances are also swipe card access, with CCTV throughout common areas.  

 

Apartments at Edisons offer excellent returns, favourable school zones and an unbeatable location. Walk to work or tertiary institution, and enjoy the convenience of top cafes, bars, restaurants and entertainment options right on your doorstep.  The main bus hub of Manners Street is just around the corner, even the waterfront is just a short stroll.  

 

Edisons has been proudly developed by The Wellington Company, with its long-standing commitment to the redevelopment of Wellington city's urban environments and historic places. Edisons has received an expert refurbishment, ensuring the building is ushered into its next era with grace. Architecture is by Seddon Associates , structural engineering by NZCEL, Project Management by WCPM , Fire engineering by Nationwide Fire Protection , Acoustic engineering by Marshall Day, Electrical engineering by Newson Electrical and hydraulic engineering by Stretton Michael Consulting Engineer.