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Exciting new tenants announced

Municipal Works 2022 27

The Municipal Building is set to re-open mid-way through this year, and when it does it will be home to some exciting new businesses alongside the relocated and revamped Hastings NZ i-Site and Visitor Information Centre.

Four tenants have been secured: Craft & Social, a new eatery and bar, Cellar 495 boutique wine cellar and bar, Long Island delicatessen and takeaway foods, and Ākina - a contemporary  dealer gallery.

They will join the Hastings i-Site that is moving from the corner of Heretaunga and Russell Streets, and will also incorporate the Toitoi ticketing box office.

These world-class businesses will help Hastings city centre become an even bigger ‘hot spot’, attracting locals and visitors alike.

To keep up with the latest on the Municipal Building opening, follow Toitoi Arts & Event Centre on Facebook or Instagram (@toitoivenues).

  • The Municipal Building has been closed since 2014, undergoing significant earthquake strengthening and restoration work. Undoubtedly one of Hastings’ most iconic buildings, the Municipal Building is a Category One Historic Building, and is the final piece of the overall Toitoi-Hawke’s Bay Arts and Events Centre project that began in 2016. It has included the covering of the atrium and a revamp of the Hawke’s Bay Opera House.

2 May 2022

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