One of the longest standing printing businesses in Christchurch, The Caxton Press, will shift from the city to a new site at Ngāi Tahu Property-owned Wigram Business Park, south-west of the city.
Caxton has bought a 3200m2 sunny corner site in the business park and plans to be in residence by this time next year.
A large offering of prime industrial freehold sites, on the former Wigram Aerodrome in Christchurch will be welcome news to businesses looking for bare land to build new premises.
The Ngāi Tahu Property-owned Wigram Business Park, zoned Business 4, comprises nearly 25ha. The first phase of the staged development, which has no building ties to Ngāi Tahu, covers 11.6ha made up of 17 lots. Business 4 provides for light industry, warehousing and service industries, and some commercial activities such as offices.
Mike Davison, development manager for Ngāi Tahu Property, said the B4 zoning was hugely beneficial for potential buyers.
You now have the opportunity to purchase freehold industrial land in a brand new subdivision, once home to New Zealand’s premier motor race, the Lady Wigram Trophy.
17 Business 4 sections are now available for purchase in Wigram Business Park, Hayton Road, Christchurch. No development ties are present so this is an ideal opportunity for owner occupiers, investors and developers.
The entire site has been checked and geotechnical reports show that this land is ready to go.