Busy re­tail and ser­vice cen­tre

Central Otago Mirror - - ENTERTAINMENT -

Just over a year ago West­pac be­came the first ten­ant to open for busi­ness at Frank­ton’s $25 mil­lion Ter­race Junc­tion devel­op­ment.

Twelve months down the track, the multi-level com­plex at the junc­tion of State High­way 6 and Frank­ton Road is a busy re­tail and ser­vice cen­tre at­tract­ing thou­sands of vis­i­tors ev­ery­day.

The Ter­race Junc­tion com­plex is a vi­brant place to visit and has be­come well pa­tro­n­ised dur­ing the past year as a va­ri­ety of new busi­nesses have opened their doors.

The com­plex now houses 12 re­tail stores and of­fers shop­pers more than 120 carparks which are scat­tered around the com­plex, half be­ing un­der cover and of­fer­ing con­ve­nient lift ac­cess to each of the build­ings.

There are also a num­ber of re­tail and of­fice ten­ants op­er­at­ing from the com­plex which makes it a one-stop cen­tre for many cus­tomers.

Whether you need to go to the bank, visit the den­tist, get a hair­cut or meet friends for lunch, Ter­race Junc­tion has got it cov­ered.

The com­plex of­fers a range of din­ing op­tions in­clud­ing The Tin Goose Cafe, Thai and Sushi Ter­race, Sub­way, Crisp & Vale Kitchen and Food­store and Burger King.

The Tin Goose has be­come a pop­u­lar spot amongst lo­cals and vis­i­tors alike and there is now plan­ning in progress for an out­door seat­ing area where cafe go­ers can re­lax in the Queen­stown sun­shine.

Mean­while, a cou­ple of doors down, Crisp & Vale Kitchen and Food­store is at­tract­ing a large lo­cal fol­low­ing with its se­lec­tion of fresh and frozen foods - in­clud­ing ready­made din­ners - per­fect for those busy sum­mer days.

Thai & Sushi Ter­race is the lat­est busi­ness to open at Ter­race Junc­tion.

The fam­ily op­er­ated busi­ness of­fers a wide range of Thai dishes, which are com­ple­mented by a se­lec­tion of sushi - the per­fect op­tion if you need to grab a quick healthy bite on the run.

Thai & Sushi Ter­race is open for lunch and din­ner, seven days a week and of­fers dine in and take­away op­tions.

Also lo­cated at the com­plex is a range of health and well­be­ing ser­vices in­clud­ing Bridg­man & Dean Op­tometrists, The Body Me­chan­ics Phys­io­ther­a­pist, Queen­stown Po­di­a­try, Re­mark­ables Den­tal and Proac­tive Physio.

Bridg­man & Dean is proud to be the only op­tometrist in the Wakatipu which is 100 per cent Otago owned and makes 95 per cent of its cus­tomers’ glasses in its Dunedin premises.

Bridg­man & Dean of­fers free dig­i­tal glau­coma test­ing for those aged over 40 and of­fers free sun and UV tint­ing on your sec­ond pair of glasses - per­fect for those long bright sum­mer days.

Ter­race Junc­tion also houses West­pac Bank, award win­ning lo­cal busi­ness Medre­cruit, Ecos Build­ing Con­sult­ing, Pater­son Pitts Sur­vey­ors, Findlay and Co Ac­coun­tants, House­mart, Mike Pero Mort­gages, Fuse In­surance & Risk Man­age­ment, Camelot Pro­fes­sional Fi­nan­cial Ad­vice, Mitchell Mack­ersy Lawyers, House of Travel, No Small Talk and MacS­tu­dio Graphic & Web De­sign

Ter­race Junc­tion owner Di Wil­liams says they still have a small se­lec­tion of ten­an­cies avail­able, both re­tail and of­fice space.

She says busi­nesses in the com­plex’s Small Of­fice Suite had de­vel­oped al­liances and were net­work­ing reg­u­larly.

‘‘They com­ment on the spin-off of busi­ness that they re­ceive from the staff and cus­tomers of other busi­nesses within Ter­race Junc­tion.’’

The Small Of­fice Suite busi­nesses share the use of a top-qual­ity board room and kitchen.

Le­gal, ac­count­ing, web de­sign, in­surance, in­vest­ment, travel, prop­erty man­age­ment, mar­ket­ing and con­sul­tancy ser­vices are all on of­fer from within the suite.

Mrs Wil­liams says two of the 12 small of­fices were still avail­able for lease.

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