IN PICTURES: Rhubarb Lane aPod apartments
Rhubarb Lane developer Doug Rikard-Bell has released the first new images of inside the aPod apartments in the first building at the development, with confidence high it will sell out immediately.Brookfield Multiplex's residential arm Multiplex Living is
Mon, 12 Apr 2010
Rhubarb Lane developer Doug Rikard-Bell has released the first new images of inside the aPod apartments in the first building at the development, with confidence high it will sell out immediately.
Brookfield Multiplex’s residential arm Multiplex Living is building development, and today it announced that apartments in the first building will go to market at the end of this month.
Each of the six buildings in the first stage at the $1 billion development, located at a site between Cook St and Sale St in Auckland, was designed by a different architect.
The first building in the development, No.1 Rhubarb Lane, was designed by Ian Moore Architects.
The 12-unit building has several different floorplan styles including a two story apartment, a work space or a loft-style apartment.
Eventually, Rhubarb Lane is envisioned to be a cobble stone street where people live, work, dine and relax.
“Victoria Quarter has great connectivity on the edge of the city’s CBD with a vibrant and eclectic blend of creative businesses and residences,” Multiplex Living director of sales and marketing Tim Willing said.
“Our job is to holistically take those elements native to the area and bring them to life - to create this energetic, exciting village in an area that is quite dynamic already. What is exciting people is the opportunity to get in on the ground floor of an up-and-coming revitalisation of the entire area. There is a strong underground vibe - Auckland is ready for this kind of property offer.”
The aPods are priced from $599,000.
Mon, 12 Apr 2010
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