“You’re now in SALT District,” so you are reminded in bold font at the entrance to the district’s newest fab office space.
Harris House, at 234 St Asaph Street, is an art deco styled building, meticulously renovated with respect to its period. It incorporates six spacious office suites suitable for four to eight people.
Each space is fitted out with designer furniture, adjustable-height desks, office chairs, heat pump and fibre broadband. Each office also has its own meeting room, block-out blinds, full kitchen with fridge, and beautifully tiled bathroom toilet and shower facilities. There is secure, indoor basement parking, plus plenty of outdoor parking space.
SALT (St Asaph, Lichfield and Tuam) District is an exciting place. There are excellent amenities nearby, including eateries, ARA, retail precincts and public transport hubs, and Harris House sits right in the middle of it all.
SALT’s always been edgy, says KPI Rothschild Director Shaun Stockman. “Post-quake it’s still edgy. There are creatives, and multi-million dollar brands. It’s evolved. A lot of the heritage has been retained. There’s Little High, the Dux, Smash Palace. People see it as a very cool part of the city.”
The 1938 building is also home to Lemon Tree, a spacious, eclectically themed café perfectly situated to service the offices at Harris House. There are still three suites available, due to be completed to the same exacting standards as the suites that are currently tenanted. They will be ready in early September.