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18 March 2021

The Alberton

Introducing Mt Albert’s newest and most charming urban village.


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Introducing Mt Albert’s newest and most charming urban village.

A place that honours its past and celebrates its future. The Alberton is a boutique collection of Exclusive Freehold Strata Title Residences with concrete intertenancy walls.

Modern Living with a Natural Twist

This limited collection has been designed to immerse seamlessly with its surroundings, allowing residents to enjoy a sustainable lifestyle with shared community gardens, on site electric car share facilities and a vibrant local cultural scene. Be one of only 121 residences, each a warm and inviting retreat where architecture, history and vibrant village living unite. You’ll find these qualities woven into the fabric of the residences with a beautiful medley of natural finishes producing elegantly detailed contemporary homes. This vibrant urban village has something for everyone.

Modern & Historic

Move effortlessly between tranquil spaces filled with natural textures, flexible indoor and outdoor spaces and secluded private courtyards. The Alberton offers a low maintenance lifestyle that will appeal to professionals, down-sizers or those who enjoy a life well lived.

Created & Crafted

These brand-new residences have then been sensitively tailored to shape a totally bespoke living experience. Wide floor to ceiling windows opening out onto your courtyard; allowing you to take f u l l advantage of the leafy surrounds from neighbouring trees and give every chance to enjoy wellbeing.

Creative & Cosmopolitan

The Alberton evokes a sense of history and place, blurring the lines between old and new. As you approach, be intrigued by striking, rhythmic facades, a showcase of inspired architecture designed by Award Winning Architects: The Leuschke Group. The building’s exterior speaks to the local nature of Mt Albert’s village streets, while inside the team has tailored generous and highly liveable spaces that still retain a sense of place.

Close to Everything

Like a secret village on the city’s edge, the neighbourhood has an intimate feel while still being only minutes from the fast-paced CBD.

Located only minutes’ walk to St Luke’s Shopping Centre, 4 minutes drive to the Southwestern Motorway and a 10 minute drive to Auckland CBD.

The Alberton is the perfect home for those who want to live close to work in the city but want to enjoy a more natural and sustainable way of life away from the hustle and bustle. Mt Albert is Auckland’s second oldest suburb and is home to one of the country’s largest schools, Mount Albert Grammar.

Community Living

This limited collection had been designed to immerse seamlessly with its surroundings, allowing residents to enjoy a sustainable lifestyle with shared community gardens, onsite electric car share facilities and a vibrant local cultural scene.

  • Communal Shared Vegetable Gardens
  • Boot Camp/Health & Fitness Groups
  • Car Share
  • Annual Community Alberton Festive Fundraiser
  • Dog washing area

A Respected Team of Industry Professionals

Developer | Conrad Properties Group
The Development entity is Fulham Trustee Limited as Trustee of the Fulham Trust, which is a Member of The Conrad Properties Group of Companies.

Established in 1994, Conrad has completed in excess of 4,200 Residences and Boutique Commercial Spaces. Together The Conrad Properties Group of Companies are New Zealand’s largest developers of residential apartments.

www.conradproperties.com

Architect | Leuschke Group
Leuschke Group Ltd Architects are one of New Zealand’s leading multi award winning firm of Registered Architects. The firm applies the highest level of design and detail to all architectural projects from high rise urban buildings to beautiful coastal residences.

Leuschke Group Ltd pride themselves not only on their architectural designs but also on their technical knowledge and skills in accurately documenting construction.

www.leuschke.co.nz

For more information contact Tristan Young.

All illustrations are artist’s impressions only. Loose furniture, feature and pendant lighting, window dressings and wall coverings are shown for illustration purposes only and are excluded from the Purchase Price. All illustrations and artist’s impressions of the landscaping to private courtyards, gardens and patios are indicative only and excluded Purchase Price.

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