About the development
A well-planned, well-functioning asset for Auckland
The site for the proposed development comprises of land currently occupied by a converted warehouse and office space dating back to the 1970s. After it was acquired by Foodstuffs North Island, architectural practice Warren + Mahoney was appointed to explore the potential of the site as a quality mixed use development, proposing:
117 residential units comprising of a mix of terraced houses, villas and apartments.
A next generation New World supermarket including home-delivery and click & collect service.
A range of shops, amenities, services and hospitality outlets.
Communal facilities including car share, docking station for scooters and bikes, and managed car parking.
Spaces suitable for co-working, medical suites and health studios.
The overarching aim of this website is to support timely, clear and transparent communication as the process evolves and to facilitate feedback.
The project is likely to take two and a half years to complete, pending a successful application under the Government’s recently introduced fast-track consenting process, designed to stimulate the economy following COVID 19.
At this stage, the exact shape and details of the development are not yet finalised as we want to engage and involve stakeholders in the process.
We see this as a collaborative design process, to delivering a sense of ownership to all those involved. From the outset, our desire is to see a quality development that is complementary to the area and community needs, while adhering to Te Aranga principles – enhancing mana whenua presence, visibility and participation.