In December of 1983 the WMA purchased the current 921 Heaphy Tce site which was a three bedroom villa on nearly half an acre. Some modifications were made to convert it into a Mosque and it remained in the same shape until late 90s. The presence of the Islamic Centre not only allowed for regular daily and congregational prayers but also regular Quran lessons for youth and community activities. With steady flow of migrants in Waikato, especially from Fiji and Somalia, the Muslim population grew considerably by late 90s and the building became small especially for congregational prayers. In 1996 the Association launched a fundraising drive to build a proper Mosque on the Heaphy Tce site. The cost was estimated to be around $500,000, which was raised through local and national efforts Alhamdulillah. The work started on building the new Mosque in May 1997 and finished later that year. The new Mosque opened its doors to worshippers in February 1998.
In 2012, the neighbouring property at 917 Heaphy Tce was acquired in order to extend the Mosque. Funds were raised primarily from within the community to purchase the property. The construction work started in early 2013 and finished later that year.
In March 2014 the first floor of the newly built two storey building started operating as Islamic education centre (known as WISE), and two months later Hamilton’s first Islamic integrated Early Childhood Education centre Iqra Educare opened its doors. The construction of the new building was made possible through local fundraising assisted by a grant from the Islamic Development Bank.