BOXed Quarter

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Saint Asaph Street, Christchurch Central City, Christchurch

A melting pot of art, music, food and culture, BOXed Quarter is a hub of innovation nestled in the city.

On the ground floor of this stunning multi-layered precinct, you’ll find a range of eateries, bars and cafés sitting alongside music studios and gallery space. Look up at the above levels and you’ll find light-filled office spaces harbouring everything from accountants to IT start-ups. There’s even a resident hairdresser tucked among modern, loft-style apartments. Already feeling spoilt for choice?

Allow us to talk you through the options for eating – in true BOXed Quarter style, there’s no chance of being uninspired in this department. From Thai, Filipino and Korean through to Italian and Brazilian, BOXed Quarter’s food offering is diverse but always guaranteed to be delicious. And if it’s coffee you’re after, Day Good will sort you out.

Take a seat in the courtyard and admire the artworks dotted around the precinct or take a moment to explore what’s around each corner of the intriguing quarter.

BOXed Quarter is a truly out-of-the-box place and an experience not to be missed – a visit here is bound to leave you feeling inspired.

Words by Jane Lyons & Photography by Nancy Zhou

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Location

Saint Asaph Street, Christchurch Central City, Christchurch

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