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Federal St

65-71 Federal Steet, Auckland, NZ

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项目时间 2018年 – 2022年


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Federal St

Designed by globally renowned architects Woods Bagot, in partnership with New Zealand locals Peddle Thorp, 65 Federal St is set to become a sleek 48-level tower that will stand around 180m high. Comprising mixed-used assets, the landmark tower will bring 226 apartments, a 233-room 5-star hotel, ground floor Market Place, and rooftop Zen Garden to Auckland’s city centre.

(ENG) “It will be a landmark for the city and provides much needed residential and hotel accommodation. It is a huge investment, which is a statement of investor confidence in Auckland. It will provide hundreds of jobs during and beyond construction.”

— Phil Goff, Mayor of Auckland

(ENG) Resource consent was granted for the tower under the COVID-19 Recovery (Fast Track Consenting) Act 2020 following an extensive consultation period with Auckland City Council and mana whenua. Although complex, the planning outcome is industry-leading. What has now been approved goes far beyond the typical set boundaries for plot ratio and height restrictions. It is an exemplary example of collaboration and sets a new precedent for all future developments in Auckland going forward. The aspirational design, thinking and consultation that went into the project is a blueprint for better urban design outcomes not only for New Zealand but buildings and communities globally.


Intended to become a ‘building for the people’, the ground floor specifically will significantly contribute to the streetscape in the form of a local market place with everything from local vendors selling produce through to eateries and bars.


As ICD Property’s first international acquisition, the project marks a significant milestone for the company.



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