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Dunedin: Christmas at the Chief Office Building

Media Release

10 December 2013

Christmas at the Chief Office Building

Property Council Otago Branch is hosting a rare site tour in the enchanting former Dunedin Chief Post Office building as part of its Christmas function sponsored by Ezy Stor Self Storage and supported by Arrow International.

The multi-million dollar project will transform the former 10-storey heritage-listed post office into a 120-apartment hotel and office space. Building owner, Geoff Thomson from Distinction Group, will address attendees and offer insight into the development. In a celebration of another year, the event will signify the revitalisation of the Chapter’s presence and proactivity in the property and development sector.

Otago Chapter Chairman, Geoff Thomas, says the Otago arm of Property Council is looking forward to stepping up activities in the coming year.

“We will be addressing issues affecting our development community to makes sure we continue our contribution to the growth of the region.”

SITE TOUR: Wednesday 11 December 2013 | Chief Post Office, Princes Street, Dunedin. 5:15pm - Registration (Refreshments, nibbles and networking after site tour until 7.00pm)

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