Innovative businesses

See some of the exciting new businesses that are popping up.

Outstanding buildings

Built to last - the area has some of New Zealand's finest buildings.

Commercial Space

Fantastic spaces available to suit the needs of any business.


 The NMA building, formally the headquarters of The Union Steam Ship Company. Although 'modernized' in the 1940's it still stands on the corner of Vogel St & Water St.

The NMA building, formally the headquarters of The Union Steam Ship Company. Although 'modernized' in the 1940's it still stands on the corner of Vogel St & Water St.

History

In 1861 Gabriel Read found gold, beginning the Otago gold rush. This transformed Dunedin, from a town of about three thousand, to New Zealand’s largest and richest city. The Warehouse Precinct and the nearby [Stock] Exchange area soon became the headquarters of some of Australasia’s most important companies. 

Today

The Dunedin City Council, together with enthusiastic building owners, are working to revitalise the Warehouse Precinct. This area has a new lease of life with the arrival of innovative new businesses, cafes and restaurants, new hotel and apartments.