- 5km coastal walkway and public art trail already built
- Thriving waterfront hospitality precinct and Farmers Market
- Ferry service to the CBD runs 7 days/week
- 26ha of parks and open green spaces
Some places just feel good the moment you walk through the door. Though it might seem hard to put your finger on why, it’s really no mystery. Loveable homes tend to feature intelligent layouts to suit the way we live today, designs that maximise sunlight and space, and high-quality, timeless materials.
You’ll find these elements in every new home built in the neighbourhoods being regenerated by Kāinga Ora. Each makes the most of light and views, with open plan living and easy flow to the outdoors. Built by New Zealand’s most trusted builders, they all achieve a 6 Homestar rating or higher, so they’re guaranteed to be warm, peaceful and comfortable.
Ready to live in a place you’ll love? Read on.
Significant investment is being poured into each of these six neighbourhoods to build on their strengths and prepare them for growth. Together with our partners and local communities, we’re building homes and upgrading streets, infrastructure, walkways, parks and town centres - so you can be confident you’re buying in a place you’ll love to live in for years to come. Click on the neighbourhoods to learn more.
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We’ve all been spending more time in our local neighbourhood these last two years. It really brings home what a big impact your stomping ground can have on your quality of life. These six neighbourhoods are all being designed or regenerated to feature safe, walkable streets, beautiful natural spaces, walkways and cycleways, and lots of places to play, meet and socialise.
Speak to Hobsonville Point locals and you’ll hear again and again what a great place their neighbourhood is to live in. That’s no accident: Hobsonville Point has been designed to foster a sense of wellbeing for all its residents. Things like walkable streets, a 5km coastal walkway and art trail, plenty of open green spaces to explore, and a buzzing waterfront Farmers Market and hospitality precinct work together to make a place that locals love.Visit
Mangere is a community with a lot of heart. It’s a place where people feel a deep sense of belonging, and where you’re likely to receive warm smiles and greetings on the street. Mangere is home to great schools, parks and playgrounds, recently improved cycleways and walkways, a thriving arts scene, and Te Pane-o-Mataoho (Mangere Mountain), which is undergoing major restoration. As the locals will tell you, if you love Mangere, Mangere will love you right back.Visit
The neighbourhoods that make up the wider Roskill Development - including Ōwairaka, Roskill South and Waikowhai - boast an abundance of great schools, vibrant eateries, sports clubs, bike tracks, skate parks, and natural spaces. Roskill is also one of the most ethnically diverse places in Auckland. Families here are warm, welcoming and proud to share their heritage with their community. No wonder whenever you ask Roskill locals what they most love about living here, the number one answer is ‘the people’.Visit
Just 5km from Auckland CBD, Northcote is a culturally rich neighbourhood with a famously diverse food scene. It’s already blessed with beautiful nearby beaches, green spaces and a vibrant community - and significant investment in its infrastructure and amenities over the coming decade is set to make it even better. A new leafy pathway connecting locals to schools, playgrounds and town centre is well underway, and an exciting revitalisation of its town centre will begin in the next five years.Visit
Nestled between Onehunga and Ellerslie villages, close to Cornwall Park, and with a friendly and welcoming multicultural community, Oranga is a hidden gem. Its revitalisation will see upgrades to streets, parks and infrastructure. Around 1,200 new, high-quality homes are coming to Oranga, so that more people can enjoy this neighbourhood’s central location and charming, tree-lined streets with views to Maungakiekie and the Manukau Harbour.Visit
Close to the township of Te Kauwhata and nestled on the banks of Lake Waikare, Lakeside is just twenty minutes south of the Bombays. More than 5km of walking and cycle trails are planned for Lakeside's 75 hectares of dedicated reserve land. Substantial planting and a walking and cycleway connecting Lakeside with Te Kauwhata are already complete. Work is underway on a new boutique village centre, designed to provide a local place to work, shop, meet and play.Visit
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