Large, bright space available for short- or long-term lease, upstairs in the restored and strengthened category one, heritage-listed Girls’ High/School of Art building (corner of Rolleston and Hereford).
Prominently located opposite the Botanical Gardens, other tenants in the building include Cellar Door wine bar, Paint and Sip Studio, and the Canterbury Academy of Dance.
116 square metres of floor space with high ceilings, panoramic skylights and large windows looking across to the Botanical Gardens. The space has previously functioned as offices, art studios and dance studios so would suit a number of uses. Shared toilet and shower facilities.
$4,110 per month + GST, inclusive of OPEX. Lease terms negotiable but minimum 12 months. As well as a prominent location in Christchurch’s cultural precinct, other benefits include a place amongst The Arts Centre’s community of tenants and opportunities for joint marketing.
Join the community
Te Matatiki Toi Ora The Arts Centre features a carefully curated, complementary mix of boutique retail, eateries and businesses – designed to attract repeat local customers, surrounding workers and tourists.
Beauty, form and function
With stunning heritage features, modern, bright and open spaces, flexible fit-out options and state-of-the-art infrastructure, you’ll find a space unlike anything else in the city.
Escape from the bustle
Step out of your tenancy straight into the beautiful South and North Quadrangles, Great Hall, and Boys' High building.
These shared spaces are at the heart of The Arts Centre's community, allowing you to mingle with other creative professionals, artists, performers and visitors.
Embrace the buzz
The Arts Centre doesn’t just offer beautiful buildings. It’s a destination that hosts the most exciting arts events on the Christchurch calendar, including Lunchtime concerts, Off Centre, Matariki celebrations, Sculpture Festival, Open Air, School Holiday Fun and other exciting events and activities.
Why watch from afar when you and your business can be nestled right in the heart of the action?