McConnell Property’s Titanium Park has been the driving force behind Hamilton International Airport’s business zone, and to help manage future industrial growth in the area, we will be helping to improve existing transport routes.
Teaming up with the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA), Titanium Park will be helping to fund a new roundabout connecting State Highway 3 and State Highway 21, as well as contributing to a southward-facing road leading off the roundabout.
Featured this month in NZ Construction News, our senior project manager Guy Rodger, talks about the innovative dust management systems we are using at Beaumont Park in Rolleston, and how they are keeping the project moving along successfully.
Buying homes off plans is becoming an increasing trend for Auckland’s hot property market, and we’re proud to be involved with a development that is giving young and first home owners more choice, with our award-winning Addison development.
McConnell Property has entered the Christchurch property development sector with a land development project for the new Beaumont Park community, in rapidly growing Rolleston.
Check out a news article on the new development, featured in the Selwyn Times under the title ‘Housing boost for Rolleston’. Our South Island Development Manager Scott McCulloch will lead the development, and says Beaumont Park is the first project in a number of exciting opportunities on the horizon.
Opportunities to purchase and develop flat land in high growth areas of Auckland are hard to come by - that’s why we’re delighted to be marketing two flat land parcels for sale within the popular Addison residential community in Takanini.
The acclaimed industrial development Titanium Park, for which we are a partner property developer, is in the media again this month. FTD Magazine (Freight and Logistics) has featured Titanium Park as a strategic development in the heart of the illustrious Golden Triangle.
The Park is already home to a number of high profile, high growth businesses including Torpedo 7, Shaw’s Wire Ropes, CTC Aviation, Air New Zealand and Pacific Aerospace - and by its completion date in 2022, around 3000 people will be working onsite.