As well as our own projects, Avant provides expert strategic advice and development management consultancy services to third party entities.
Boathouse Bay, Snells Beach
Boathouse Bay embraces the true meaning of ‘beachside’. No busy roads to cross, just follow the path across the sand and you’re standing on the beach. Designed by award-winning architect Ken Crosson to celebrate New Zealand seaside living at its best, 33 individually designed homes are threaded through a private beachside enclave.
The development offers two and three bedroom designs with captivating sea views, with options of absolute beachfront to captivate the kiwi dream.
Kotuitui, Manukau City
2021 Property Council New Zealand Award Winner - Community & Affordable Housing
Kōtuitui is an attractive urban development located within only 500m of the Manukau city centre. The project is well located to all the town centre ammenities, key bus and train stations, parks and open spaces; Kōtuitui will provide over 100 well-appointed new homes, all within an easy stroll of these great amenities. With the sites adjacency to the public transport, and the changes to automobile use already occurring, the development has a minimised focus on cars and carparking – making the homes and the people the focus of the community.
Wirihana, Manukau City
Wirihana is a greenfield development site located only 1,200m to the south of the Manukau City centre. When completed the project will have over 500 homes within it, housing around 1500 people. Being a greenfield site, there has been close collaboration with the various departments of Auckland Council to include best outcomes for open and public spaces, as well as the existing natural features of the site. Careful planning has been undertaken to ensure the infrastructure and traffic servicing of the site is efficient and to minimise impact on the city and natures resources.
Mt Roskill, Auckland
Te Māra (the garden), a collection of inspiring architectural homes coming to Mt Roskill, designed to nurture life and grow happiness. Mount Roskill has a long history of bringing communities together, once a māra kai (food garden), the warm tradition of building and fostering close knit neighbourhoods will grow and strengthen under the new Roskill South project. Led by Kāinga Ora and one of the biggest regeneration projects within Tāmaki Makaurau it will provide quality homes, upgraded roading, pedestrian links, parkland and public transport to support a growing urban-fringe community.