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New Zealand’s Largest Public Housing Development Opens in Central Auckland

New Zealand’s Largest Public Housing Development Opens in Central Auckland

After four years of construction, Te Mฤtฤwai, a major social housing complex comprising 276 apartment units, has opened in Central Auckland. Valued a

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After four years of construction, Te Mฤtฤwai, a major social housing complex comprising 276 apartment units, has opened in Central Auckland. Valued at $140 million, this development is the largest public housing project undertaken by the New Zealand government to date. Notably, some apartments within the complex will be reserved for renters, a first for the country’s public housing system. Prime Minister Chris Hipkins emphasized the government’s commitment to constructing more high-density housing projects to ensure warm and comfortable homes for all Kiwi families in need. The development represents a new approach, incorporating a mix of social housing, temporary accommodation, and rental properties to create a diverse and inclusive community.

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