This stunning covered shopping and food gallery connects Takutai square with the precincts eastern perimeter and is home to some of Britomarts most exclusive boutiques.

Atrium on Takutai is a light, airy, glassed-in space that runs between the EY Building and the northern element of Westpac on Takutai Square. Lined with high-end retail stores, it features two beautiful ‘green walls’, large-scale vertical plantings that live on harvested rainwater and provide many environmental benefits to the complex. Walking street Te Ara Tahuhu passes through the Atrium, linking Takutai Square to Britomart Place and providing access to the adjacent Britomart Car Park and Les Mills fitness club. Open to pedestrian access 24 hours a day, Atrium on Takutai is also the site of an entrance to the Britomart Transport Centre underground train station.

Retail and more

The Atrium on Takutai shopping gallery is home to a number of luxury beauty, designer fashion and sportswear stores. And, with a range of daytime eateries serving everything from sandwiches to sushi, it’s the perfect lunchtime stopover.

Find Atrium on Takutai, Te Ara Tahuhu Walking Street.

 

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