Observing well over a century's worth of arrivals and departures, The Ferry Building is an iconic architectural figure in the heart of Auckland City.
Commissioned by the Auckland Harbour Board in 1905 with construction starting in 1910, The Ferry Building was designed by Alexander Wiseman and built by W. Philcox & Sons using Coromandel Granite as the base with Pyrmont Sandstone on the upper floors. Sitting proudly on Quay Street and at the end of Queen Street, The Ferry Building was completed in 1912.
At the gateway to Auckland’s waterfront CBD, The Ferry Building sits with the Ferry Terminal in front and Commercial Bay behind. Tenant spaces that sit right on the water’s edge.
The Ferry Building sits proudly on the Auckland waterfront at the junction of Quay Street and the northern sea end of Queen Street.