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Edgewater Apartments

This formed part of a wider master planned development undertaken by Classic Builders at Hobsonville Point involving a range of typologies including apartments, terraces and standalone homes.

This development comprises of a new apartment building and terraced houses in Meadowbank, comprising of 90 units in total. This was a complex site with a stream feature, and various zone interfaces.

The building comprises retail on the ground floor and 117 apartments all located within close proximity to the Albany Bus Interchange.

We obtained non-notified resource consent to redevelop this site and establish five new dwellings, create a new vehicle access and a bridge over a stream including associated earthworks and vegetation removal.

We obtained non-notified resource consent for the construction of two apartment buildings on a base podium comprising a total of 168 residential units including 86 one bedroom units, 76 two bedroom units and 6 two bedroom townhouses. Along with 325m² retail floor space at ground level and 160 car parking spaces. The architects for the project were mc².

All apartments provide a direct interface to the surrounding streets with a strong contribution to the local community through excellent design, quality and affordability.

We have provided ongoing comprehensive planning advice and support to the Auckland Trotting Club for a suite of resource consents for a mixed use development containing 246 residential apartments including commercial activities such as retail, cafes/restaurants and entertainment facilities each housed across four buildings of a 35 metre maximum height. Car parking is provided at basement level and at grade within the development. The architects for the project were RTA Studio.  

This is an exciting area located at the northern end of the Hobsonville Point development. We have assisted with obtaining multiple resource consents, working with a number of nationally recognised architects. The project has involved working with heritage buildings, a range of apartment buildings plus terraces and standalone housing.

The crowning project for this area included the notified consenting for two apartment buildings ranging from 3 to 15 storeys and a three storey terrace to provide for 101 dwellings. This proposal infringed building height by 40 metres.

The proposed development will provide for a marker building at the harbour entrance to the Hobsonville Point Regeneration Area which is catering for approximately 4,500 new homes and is an exemplar of providing vibrant high density housing that has a true richness in terms of build variety.

 

This site was zoned Mixed Housing Urban and the proposed apartment building features a number of innovative sustainability features, including a car lift.  

The apartment building involved a number of infringements including building height. This site was zoned Mixed Housing Urban and the completed apartment building features a number of innovative sustainability features including solar heating and water harvesting.

The design of the home needed to be sensitive to its location as the site was contained within an Outstanding Natural Landscape.