Generator's Bowen Campus Workspace.

Introducing Generator Bowen Campus, a thriving new workspace in Wellington.

After launching their first Wellington workspace on Waring Taylor Street in 2021, Generator is now offering another flexible option for Wellingtonians. Generator’s new space will be located in the parliamentary district at Bowen Campus, an exceptional new precinct that is projected to accommodate 5,000 workers upon completion.

Generator will occupy the ground and first levels of the building, offering around 3,000m2 of flexible workspaces, private offices, and meeting and event suites.

Keep scrolling for more on Generator’s new flexible space, due to open in Spring 2022. Ready to enquire? Click on the listing below.


Generator Bowen Campus Listing


Generator Bowen Campus Ext

Bowen Campus, Exterior Façade. 


Designed by Tennent Brown Architects, 40 Bowen Street is built to IL2 - 100% of the New Building Standard. This has been achieved using steel framing and bracing that exceeds the building code, and other structural features which provide exceptional seismic resilience in the event of an earthquake, and prevents damage over time. 



Bowen Campus, Lobby. 


Generator’s interior fit out has been thoughtfully crafted by Warren and Mahoney, creating a space that encourages collaboration and creativity. The multifaceted workspace will feature the full range of Generator Services, including coworking, private offices, managed suites, breakout zones, chillout spaces and cutting-edge meeting and event suites.


Bowen Campus, Generator Members' Shared Workspace.


Bowen Campus, Generator Members' Hub.


Generator General Manager John Moffett commented on Wellingtonians’ response to Generator’s Waring Taylor Street and Bowen Campus offering.

“The Covid-19 pandemic has really shaken up the ways in which we work, so we’ve seen a rising trend in businesses wanting to rethink the way they use the office and embrace flexible working conditions, while still maintaining that all-important workplace environment. 

"Our workspace at Waring Taylor Street is already operating above projections and sitting at 85 percent occupancy, which speaks to that shift in businesses wanting more flexible ways of working."




Bowen Campus, Outdoor Space.


Scott Pritchard, Chief Executive of Precinct Properties which owns Generator NZ, said Generator forms an important part of the workplace mix as businesses in Wellington embrace new ways of collaborating.

“We are delighted that EY has already taken a number of desks within Generator, a reflection of the growing trend we’re seeing towards corporates adding flex space into their office requirements.”


A key point of difference for businesses using a workspace provider is the management of meeting and event suites on site. Moffett said offering such services enhances the appeal of shared workspaces even further.

“We know some people worry about how to manage desk and meeting room bookings in a shared space, which is why we offer services to handle that side of things. But our services are about so much more than that. As our previous workspace communities show, an office culture can thrive in these circumstances, while easily giving people a place to facilitate meetings and get that critical face-to-face interaction.”


Given its prime location, brand new premises and exceptional facilities, Generator’s Bowen Campus is expected to attract a range of smaller corporates and agencies, keen to be close to the Beehive. 

Accepting expressions of interest now, take a look at Generator’s Sharedspace listing and enquire today!

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