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FABRIC of ONEHUNGA is a new pocket neighbourhood where considered apartment living meets shared green spaces in one of Auckland’s oldest urban villages.

FABRIC will regenerate ONEHUNGA’s light industrial heritage, creating a comfortable, contemporary residential community and a common place to call home.

A masterplanned community of five buildings over four levels, FABRIC residents enjoy well-designed apartments with a common backyard. FABRIC’s architecture reflects its industrial heritage with buildings wrapped in steel cladding, black joinery, exposed concrete finishes and timber detailing.

The most liveable cities in the world are planned around parks and commons, where nature meets architecture. Pocket neighbourhoods grow from residential communities built around shared open spaces — they’re a place to find common ground. FABRIC is set apart through carefully considered landscaping and a green network of common grounds. Ample planting, established trees and climbing walls create natural green spaces between each building.

Contemporary living means thoughtful planning, inside and out. Spacious apartments are connected through shared atriums and elevated pedestrian walkways. Each building is orientated around the generous common pocket park, providing a leafy outlook for apartments.

Enjoy the convenience of living at the heart of Auckland’s isthmus. Walk from FABRIC through villa-lined streets to ONEHUNGA’s vibrant local village or head out along the restored scenic foreshore. With close connection to public transport and motorways, including the new Waterview Tunnel, there’s freedom to travel in any direction.

See Aidan Hill for more details, or drop me a email and I can send you a information pack.

Property Details

Price: See Aidan
Address: 11 Spring Street
Suburb: Onehunga
City: Auckland
Postcode: 1061
Size of Land:
Property Size:
Bedrooms: 1-2
Bathrooms: 1-2
Garaging: 1-2

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