NZ Urban Development news from the media | 28 April 2021 | Atkinson Ave delivers 83 more transitional homes for Ōtahuhu


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Atkinson Ave delivers 83 more transitional homes for Ōtahuhu

Split across two buildings, Atkinson Ave provides 54 one-bedroom and 29 two-bedroom units for people in urgent need of housing providing a great boost in the supply of housing to the area.

This marks the fourth transitional housing development delivered by Kāinga Ora in Auckland over the past two months – bringing the delivery total to 129 extra transitional homes across the four projects.

The other recent transitional housing projects have included Garus and Cottingham in Māngere and Busby Ave in Blockhouse Bay.

Kiwi Property commits to a second office building at Sylvia Park

More people may be working from home, but Kiwi Property is committing to building a $63 million office building, its second on its huge Sylvia Park shopping centre site in Auckland.

Kiwi Property said in a statement to the NZX it would begin construction of a second office building in October this year at the site and had gained resource consent for the $63m, six-storey office building, to be located near its first office building, ANZ Raranga, completed in 2019.

The development is another step in its “mixed use” strategy to lift income from existing assets and build intensive mixed-use developments. Sylvia Park is the country’s largest mall which expanded last year with the completion of a 20,000 square metre extension called The Galleria adding almost 60 shops and a dining precinct.

Exciting progress being made in Avondale

The draft designs for the new Avondale library and community hub and upgraded town square are now available for public feedback, and we’re keen to hear your thoughts.

Architecture and design studios Athfield Architects and Isthmus Group have been working side by side on an integrated design for the new buildings and outdoor spaces since the end of last year, and now it’s time for the Avondale community to give their thoughts and feedback to make sure it meets the community’s needs.

Whau ward councillor Tracy Mulholland welcomes public feedback on the proposed designs.

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