Watermark was the first of Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority's (CERA) Anchor Projects to be developed for the Christchurch rebuild.
The project was intended to demonstrate the options and possibilities for the development of the entire Avon River Precinct project to the people of Christchurch.

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