Plans for Catalina Bay (‘The Landing’) Released

Mar 16 2017 Development

Willis Bond & Co has released its plans for Catalina Bay, an exciting new waterfront development at Hobsonville Point. The area will include a mix of retail, hospitality and apartment buildings, housed in the existing historic RNZAF hangars and workshops, as well as new modern additions sympathetic to the area’s rich history. 

Many will know this area as The Landing, but the headland is more accurately named Catalina Bay, referencing the Catalina seaplanes that were once based in the area. It’s now home to a vibrant twice-weekly Farmers Market and a ferry terminal to the CBD, and forms part of the 4km coastal walkway around Hobsonville Point. 

Catalina Bay is masterplanned by Cheshire Architects, the firm behind innovative developments such as Britomart and City Works Depot. Stage One of the development plan consists of commercial, hospitality and retail opportunities within the character-filled RNZAF buildings. Construction for Stage One has begun, and tenancies will be completed progressively from late-2017 through to late-2018. Stage Two will deliver 60-80 high-quality seaside apartments, and Stages Three and Four will deliver new-build commercial, hospitality and retail tenancies. 

For more information and to register your interest in Stage One tenancies, visit www.catalinabay.co.nz.

The Landing Taking Off Next Year

Dec 5 2016 Development

The new year will herald a new look for The Landing. The historic buildings and hangars have been readied for rejuvenation by developer WIllis Bond, and stage one of the development comprises a mixture of hospitality, retail and commercial use. The boardwalk and public deck that leads into The Landing is also rapidly taking shape.

Building Commmunities Near and Far

Dec 5 2016 Development

Old buildings demolished in Hobsonville Point are paving the way for new beginnings in Kenya, thanks to the efforts Elizabeth McMaster owner of local business The Agency.

Plans for Marlborough Precinct Unveiled

Dec 5 2016 Development

Marlborough Oval will remain in its existing shape and as a communal feature in the new Marlborough Precinct, according to plans released by the developer Winton Partners.

New Facilities Beckon

Dec 5 2016 Development

Visitors will soon be able to enjoy the latest additions to Hobsonville Point’s Coastal Walkway, Te Ara Manawa, with several of the key projects set to open this summer.

Visitors Enjoy, Explore and Enquire

Dec 5 2016 Development

Hobsonville Point is a must-visit destination for Aucklanders from far and wide, according to Daniela Collins, the friendly face that greets many visitors to the development.

Where the Old Meets the New

Dec 5 2016 Development

Another slice of Hobsonville Point heritage has been preserved, with four original Officer’s houses moved from Marine Parade to a new location on Cochrane Road.

Last Opportunity to buy a home in Sunderland with Willis Bond

Sep 23 2016 Development

Willis Bond & Co have two freestanding homes, two terraces, and one heritage home left. This will be your last opportunity to buy a home in Sunderland so get in touch! More details available at www.sunderlandlife.co.nz

New Apartments to Foster Community Feeling

Aug 8 2016 Development

Six buildings housing 116 apartments will form Bernoulli Gardens in the Buckley B precinct, a new project being undertaken by Ockham Residential to follow their Wilkinson Road Ellerslie project pictured.

Airfields Site Takes Off

Aug 8 2016 Development

The first stage of housing is about to get underway on the Airfields site with overall resource consent now approved. The Auckland Council organisation Panuku Development Auckland will build a minimum of 890 houses on the site.

Bus Beats Driving Woes

Aug 8 2016 Development

Auckland’s traffic woes are a thing of the past for the growing number of Hobsonville Point residents who choose to catch the route 956 bus for their daily commute. The service runs direct to the CBD, taking about 45 minutes.