Three places left to land in The Landing

7:13 PM Tuesday September 19, 2017 Colin Taylor

The Landing retail and office centre is within Ngāi Tahu Property’s Wigram Skies commercial precinct in Christchurch. Photo / Supplied

Only three retail tenancies remain available in The Landing retail and office centre within Ngāi Tahu Property’s Wigram Skies commercial precinct in Christchurch.

Leasing agent Annabelle Bramwell, of Colliers International says the retail spaces to lease comprise a 153sqm high profile corner site, a 90sqm unit and 100sqm unit.

“There are also three upstairs office spaces at The Landing of 220sqm, 84sqm and 100sqm,” Bramwell says.

She says The Landing is now seeking non-food retailers such as homeware stores, florists, banks or real estate agents to complete a planned mix of businesses.

“Strong residential growth in the south west is fuelling demand for retail and office space here and retailers are feeling the benefit of the strong community that constitutes Wigram Skies. The local community has been quick to support the development, already creating a sense of ‘coming together’ of this new suburb.

“With a new primary school opening in 2019, and several future development sites in the area, the remaining vacancies represent a good opportunity to become part of the continued growth servicing a large residential catchment.”

New World supermarket anchors The Landing with Wigram Medical centre located opposite. Other tenants include Subway, Muffin Break, Unichem, Fush, Misola hair salon, Joe’s Garage, Hells Pizza, King Fisher Wigram Indian restaurant, and Mexicali Fresh. Most recently opened include a new bar, Good Home, SuRa Sushi and Smarty Pants, selling children’s educative gifts. A nail salon and Asian restaurant will open shortly.

Bramwell says The Good Home Wigram, which opened in mid-June, is already trading well above expectations and predicts further increases in the warmer months.

“Kindercare is operating nearby and a vet clinic is soon to be built on site,” she says.