Fletcher Residential to start building terrace housing
Civil works are underway on the block behind the proposed commercial lot.
Once civils are complete, Fletcher Living will take over the site and begin building 66 terrace houses. The build is expected to commence by the end of the month, with the homes available to the market by mid-2018.
Civil works is defined as works that involve the design, construction, and maintenance of the site, and can also include works on roading.
Ormiston welcomes new tenants
Joining Pak'n'Save at Ormiston Town Centre are; Yellow Chilli (Indian eatery and bar) , Maki Mono (sushi), and Five Star Nails.
Delish Lounge, who will also be opening soon, have started their fit-out and we are looking forward to sitting down and enjoying a 'Delish' meal once they're open.
Building progress at Ormiston Town Centre
The first few houses at Ormiston Town Centre have been completed.Mayor Len Brown along with David Collings, chair of Howick Local Board and Hamish Anderson, general manager residential Todd Property, met at the site this morning to mark the completion of the homes – the Todd Property development in partnership with Auckland Council.
Ade Green, design and planning manager Fletcher Living, walked them through the well designed terraced three-bedroom open home.
Mr Brown, who has been keenly following the progress of the newly-developed area looked visibly impressed.
“I love the energy of the new development,” he said.
“Yaay, we have more houses now in this area for Aucklanders.”
Of the seven, three have already been sold.
“There will be 63 houses in all - both terraced and duplexes,” said Mr Green.
Mr Anderson of Todd Property mentioned that there will be 96 one, two and three front side apartments in the heart of the Ormiston Town Centre.
“They should be completed by end of 2018. The main retail area comprising of a discount department store, another supermarket and a shopping arcade with food and beverages as well as a cinema complex should be completed by that time,” he said.
Ormiston Town Medical Facility
The Ormiston Town Medical Facility is now open for tenancy Expressions of Interest.
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PAK'nSAVE Ormiston Opens its Doors
PAK’nSAVE Ormiston opened its doors to the public this morning after an official ceremony officiated over by Auckland Mayor Len Brown.
The supermarket, located in the centre of Ormiston and the future town centre, is considered a key part of the delivery of the first stage of the town centre led by Todd Property Group on council-owned land in conjunction with Panuku Development Auckland.
In addition to the 6160sqm supermarket, the new urban village will also include housing, retail outlets, eateries and innovative working and living spaces all located close to the 94 hectare Barry Curtis Park.
Director of development at Panuku Development Auckland Allan Young says it is a major step towards the creation of the town centre.
“Ormiston is an important project for South East Auckland, providing much needed services and amenity for the rapidly growing communities in the area. We’re delighted with the progress made to date by Foodstuffs and Todd Property and the opening of the supermarket signals an important step in the wider transformation of the council owned land."
Meanwhile, Angela Bull, Foodstuffs North Island general manager, property development is delighted with the new store. “We are excited to be the first to open in the new town centre at Ormiston. We will be able to provide the growing local community with a modern PAK’nSAVE for our customers to enjoy, with great natural light, wide aisles and plenty of car parks.”
David Hannan, owner-operator of PAK’nSAVE Ormiston is thrilled to open the new supermarket.
“It’s great that we can bring PAK’nSAVE’s policy of New Zealand’s lowest food prices to the Ormiston community. We have a fresh bakery, butchery, deli and seafood counter plus a large range of fresh food and grocery products, along with the same great prices and personal service our customers enjoy at PAK’nSAVE,” says Hannan.
The new supermarket will create 130 new jobs in the community.
David Hannan (second left), owner-operator of PAK’nSAVE Ormiston, pictured with his family, L-R, Emma, Jacob, wife Deanne and Harry with Mayor Len Brown. Times Photo/Wayne Martin