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73 contemporary north-facing apartments, with direct access to Nixon Park. Designed for living, these spacious one, two and three bedroom apartments bring a new sophistication to Auckland’s urban lifestyle. Located in a quiet cul-de-sac adjacent to Nixon Park, the complex is only two minutes’ walk form Kingsland’s lively café scene. Most apartments enjoy superb views over the park to Arch Hill.
Currently under construction, completing in Spring 2019
Mason Square is a modern development offering affordable apartment living without compromising on quality. Purposefully only three stories and spread across five boutique style buildings to complement the character of the adjacent historic church.
Come discover why everyone is choosing to make Mason Square their place.
Kerepeti, meaning moulded or pliable clay, has shaped our communities for centuries. From the bowls we use to serve food to our families to the bricks we use to build our homes. In Māori tradition, Hineahuone, considered to be the first female human, was formed from the clay at Kurawaka, making this more than just an artistic material but a blood relative. The bond between humanity and Papatūānuku (earth).
What if you could live the life you’ve always wanted in the home you’ve always dreamed of?
Well now you can at The Grounds.
Offering 42 designer apartments within a beautiful landscaped lush setting, The Grounds is nestled in the heart of sought after Hobsonville Point.
New Zealand’s first engineered tall timber (CLT) residential development, The Grounds offer a unique, attainable, sustainable lifestyle second to none.
The Cab Civic Quarter
The CAB will have an all new double glazed exterior façade along with state-of-the-art materials used throughout, while being faithful to its modernist architecture. The building has plenty of unique features including the curvy Le Corbusier-inspired entrance canopy and the precast terrazzo treads and iron balustrades of the open staircase.
The CAB is one of Auckland’s most notable landmarks with a rich history. After construction was completed in 1966, it was New Zealand’s first and only “skyscraper”.