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Property Industry Awards for Greenstone Group

Property Awards

2017 Awards The Property Awards are an annual celebration for those in the property industry.  It is a night of glamour, recognition, and achievement.  Greenstone Group joined those in the industry to celebrate and we are proud to have won some awards.  We love transforming property ideas into a reality and winning these awards showcases the quality of the projects our team is producing. Te Ara o Mauao Greenstone Group were awarded Excellence in Education for the Project Management of Te Ara o Mauao, Toi Ohomai's new modern tertiary learning environment.  Comprising of 3,500m2 it encompasses various learning spaces for approximately 700 students.  The facility and adjacent landscape was designed as a part of a wider Campus Development Plan for the Windermere Campus. The concept of a collaborative urban lane way has underpinned the design of both; interior spaces and building form.   Te Ara o Mauao boasts elaborate modern learning spaces and incorporates social environments.  These spaces are connected and blended across a central 3 story atrium or ‘Learning Laneway’ (Nga Ara). Te Ara o Mauao’s design was inspired by creative urban concepts with a pedagogical twist.  The building represents the first of at least three new teaching and learning developments for the Windermere Campus.  A catalyst for future campus growth and connectivity. St Kevin's Arcade Greenstone Group were awarded Merit in Heritage & Adaptive Reuses for the Project Management of St Kevin's Arcade. St. Kevins Arcade is a 3,138m2 heritage building located on a large 1,250m2 freehold site comprised of a…

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The Mind behind SKHY


We love transforming property ideas into reality and are proud to be working on the SKHY Apartments project. The idea behind…

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QBE Centre

125 Queen St

Situated in the heart of the Auckland Central City, the building was brought back to new life by integrating a…

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