The PwC Tower is considered New Zealand’s most prestigious and exclusive commercial office building.
Located in the heart of Auckland’s CBD, PwC Tower is the epitome of convenience, with dining, high-end retail and entertainment districts all a short stroll away.
Designed by award winning architects Stephenson & Turner, the impressive 29 floors structure rises from its rectangular podium and colonnade over 142 metres. Featuring the largest floor plate of any high-rise office building in New Zealand allows for unobstructed views giving PwC Tower occupants a combination of landmark location and unparalleled design and service flexibility.
The façade incorporates the latest green technologies including; glass technology, blind installation, flexible power, data and communications cabling, resulting in energy savings.
Visitors will be impressed with the tower’s grand hotel-style lobby entrance, original artwork, plus café and restaurant set in an open public space.
The building features 360-degree spectacular views across stunning Auckland harbour and city skyline, including views of Whangaparoa Peninsular, the North Shore and Auckland Museum.
PwC also offers excellent transport connections, with a taxi rank, Auckland Ferry Terminal, and Britomart Train and Bus Station is one block away. Parking options are also on offer.
Building occupants include PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Heaney & Partners, Google, Buddle Findlay, JTT, the Australian Consulate and an impressive list of law, consultancy and financial institutes.
On-site facilities include; 355 secure onsite car parks, onsite concierge, café, 24/7 security, destination control lifts.
20 - 25 minutes by taxi from the Auckland International Airport.
The Airbus Express service runs from the city centre to the airport. Buses run 7 days a week, up to every 10 minutes between 7am to 7pm Monday to Friday and every 15 to 30 minutes at other times.
3 minute walk to the Britomart Transport Centre, where there are regular train and bus services.
The City LINK bus service runs from the newly developed Wynyard Quarter, along Queen St, up to K-Rd and then back down via Queen Street. All the City LINK buses are bright red, easy to spot and services run on a regular basis.
3 minute walk to the Auckland Ferry Terminal, where there are regular ferry services.
Servcorp offices are located on Level 26 & 27 of PwC Tower.
Level 26 features original artwork by Australian (NSW) Artist Pariny Laosy. A series of works were commissioned by Servcorp celebrating famous Auckland and New Zealand landmarks. A feature work in Pariny’s distinct style depicts Auckland and its harbor and landmarks from a birds-eye view.
The artwork on Level 27 featured a commission of works created by Evan Mackley, an Australian (VIC) artist born in 1940. His signature oil based paintings on rich canvas bring a lively ambiance to the floor.
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