News
15th February 22
What an awesome addition for Auckland, this will particularly benefit all Te Māra buyers and Mount Roskill residents. This project has been long-awaited for, and we are pleased to hear it will considerably cut travel times from the CBD to the airport.
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10th February 22
Keri is now under construction with groundworks well underway. We are scheduled for a Q1 2023 completion meaning your future new home could be less than a year away. Time to start planning the interior design! Look out for the new hoardings soon to be installed around the site.
10th December 21
A Whare Tupu project, Kōtuitui Terraces recently won the ‘Community & Affordable Housing’ award at the 2021 Property Council Awards. Many of the project partners involved with Kōtuitui, we are partnering with again to design and deliver Te Māra.
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30th November 21
HALF WAY SOLD! We have reached an exciting milestone reaching 50% sold for the Keri superlot. Two, three and four bedroom options remain, but for how long?
15th November 21
We would like to announce the launch of the next superlot, Whakato. This release of Whakato offers generous two-bedroom homes priced from $925k. You’ll notice a different exterior for Whakato too!
16th October 21
We are excited to announce our display suite is now open for private appointments (as per COVID restrictions) and we would love for you to visit us. The display suite has been kitted out with a large masterplan to show each superlot, floor plans to show each homes layout, a specifications board so you can touch and feel the materiality of your new home, plus so much more.
15th October 21
Whare Tupu are proud to bring you Te Māra, an exciting collection of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes in Mount Roskill. Designed by award winning architects, Crosson Architects, homes will suit a range of different buyers, from yopro’s, to young families, to downsizers. The careful master planning will allow neighbours to connect through shared spaces and enjoy safe access for bikes, kids and cars, while the native landscaping along the streetfront celebrates the history of the site with alternating cladding treatments to create a unique identity.