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ASB North Wharf recognised for excellence

9 June 2014

ASB North Wharf recognised for excellence

Kiwi Income Property Trust is pleased to announce that ASB North Wharf, its recently completed head office development for ASB Bank at Wynyard Quarter in Auckland, was awarded the Supreme Award at the 2014 Property Council of New Zealand Rider Levett Bucknall Property Industry Awards on Friday night.

The Supreme Award is the top national honour given at the annual awards event. The building also received the Hays Commercial Office Property Award for best office building and a merit prize in the Resene Green Building Property Award category.

In May 2014, ASB North Wharf won The New Zealand Architecture Medal, the highest honour awarded by the New Zealand Institute of Architects, together with awards for sustainability, commercial architecture and interior design.

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