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Willis Bond & Co announces Wynyard Quarter development

Willis Bond & Co announces latest Wynyard Quarter development at 30 Madden

Wynyard Quarter is being transformed into a world-class destination, showcasing the best of what Auckland has to offer. Part of this rejuvenation is 30 Madden, the next stage of Willis Bond & Co’s residential development, which goes on sale tomorrow.

Willis Bond & Co Limited (Willis Bond) managing director, Mark McGuinness, says 30 Madden offers unique waterfront living in the heart of the new Wynyard Quarter in a beautifully designed purpose-built apartment building.

“We are proud to play a part in making the Wynyard Quarter a bustling community where people can live and enjoy the abundance of surrounding public spaces and parks, the multitude of nearby cafes and eateries, all available on the edge of Auckland’s beautiful harbour.”

Since 2014 Willis Bond has been working with Panuku Development Auckland and some of New Zealand’s best architects to transform Wynyard Quarter from an industrial port location to a flourishing precinct in the heart of Auckland City, without losing its authentic character.

Willis Bond was charged with developing the residential component of the Precinct and Wynyard Central and 132 Halsey are already close to completion.

30 Madden is the latest addition to Willis Bond’s premium apartment living options in Wynyard Quarter, and once again, each home has been designed to make the most of the building’s stunning central waterfront location.

Wynyard Quarter is home to some of Auckland’s most exciting events, all of which will be on 30 Madden’s doorstep.

Designed by award-winning Studio Pacific Architecture, 30 Madden will deliver outstanding apartments worthy of the landmark site in a wide array of configurations.

The high-quality apartments will be designed to maximise the views and natural light, and will offer open-plan living areas to create a spacious feel. The 30 Madden display suite will be open for viewing by appointment from 2 September 2017, and will showcase the contemporary sophisticated designs of these stylish apartments.

The first stage of the building will bring 90 new homes to the area, including four penthouses, a number of two-storey maisonettes and a mix of one, two and three bedroom apartments.

“We’re confident that these high-quality, beautifully designed apartments will prove to be highly sought after by people looking to downsize or relocate into Auckland’s stunning Wynyard Quarter,” Mark McGuinness said.


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