20 hectares of Council-owned land in the heart of Hobsonville Point is being transformed in to a new residential and mixed use development called the Airfields.
Hobsonville Point is a peninsula that lies in the northern waters of the Waitematā Harbour, a 20-minute drive northwest of Auckland's CBD.
At the Airfields, around 14 hectares is being developed into housing, with a mix of housing types to promote a diverse residential community. Up to six hectares of land is proposed to become a Mixed Use Area.
Being part of a wider master-planned community means the Airfields precinct is perfectly positioned among parks and well-planned roads, schools and community facilities, local jobs and public transport to the CBD. Shopping centres are a short drive away, with a number of local restaurants, bars and cafes close by.
The Airfields will offer a minimum of 10 percent affordable homes as part of the wider development.
Neighbourhoods have been designed to be easy and safe to walk or cycle around. The Airfields is situated close to Upper Harbour’s coastal walks with easy access to the water. The wider community has been planned and built to promote community interaction.