June, 2019Multiple apartments are springing up as development continues to thrive
at Queenstowns Remarkables Park.
Next on the block is a $30 million-plus complex comprising a 40-room
four-and-a-half star Quest hotel on two levels. Above will be three
levels of 29 two- and three-bedroom residential units, called Nevis
A marketing campaign for 24 of those units launched this week.
Opposite Wakatipu High, the Red Oaks Drive building is next to Safari
Groups Wyndham Garden, which opened with 75 serviced apartments
and 55 residential units last year.
Safari Groups Ramada hotel, which opened three years ago, is around
the corner, while the companys also planning a Ramada Kawarau River
complex 87 serviced apartments and 97 residential units nearby.
Also close by, a Chinese company is proposing a five-storey, 182-room
hotel called Lakeview Gardens.
And slated for the corner of Red Oaks Dr and Mountain Ash Dr are four-
and five-star hotels and Horizons Residences 149 spacious apartments.
Meanwhile, New Ground Capital is building Toro Apartments 230 units
designed as workers accommodation across three high-rises below
Remarkables Park Town Centre.
Like the developers behind these other complexes, Queenstowner John
Eckhold and Dunedins Carl Angus, directors of Tingo 41 Ltd, are
building at Remarkables Park as its a sunny, flat location in the fast-
growing Frankton Flats hub, close to the airport and Remarkables Parks
shopping centre and other retail, and handy to public transport and the
eastern access road.
Critically, this areas also close to the conference centre and gondola to
The Remarkables skifield proposed by Remarkables Parks Porter
Tall buildings in this area afford stunning views, too.
The locations extremely strategic, Eckhold says.
Like many other Remarkables Park buildings, theirs has also been
designed by Dunedins Mason & Wales Architects.
Source: Mountain Scene
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