Smales Farm is creating an exciting future for how people work together and thrive. To do this we’re rethinking everything to deliver a smarter, sustainable and healthier workplace of tomorrow. We call this a Next Generation Neighbourhood.
But to make this vision succeed we need to break many of the rules that define what a workplace is by fearlessly embracing innovation, the latest technology and blurring the lines between work and play.
With wide open spaces, abundant native trees, excellent transport links, innovations, green technology and dynamic buildings, our vision for Smales Farm dares to include microbreweries, food and wine festivals, BBQ kits and outdoor movies that everyone in the community can enjoy.
Smales Farm is rethinking everything to deliver not just a place of work, but a Next Generation Neighbourhood.
Work life balance gets talked about a lot in business circles, but at Smales Farm we’re all about work life blend.
The Smales Farm story starts in 1879, when Henry Smale emigrated from Cornwall and settled on Auckland’s North Shore.
Still owned by the Smale Family to this day, and now managed by a commercial team of property professionals led by CEO Paul Gunn, The Farm provides a place for innovation, with growth still a key driver.
Smales Farm is the home of some of the most technologically advanced buildings in New Zealand. With innovative, flexible infrastructures, these buildings are future-proofed and showcase key features of environmentally sustainable architecture.