Apartment living is growing in popularity in Auckland as more people choose compact homes over hefty mortgages, and vibrant neighbourhoods over big backyards. Hobsonville Point is a masterplanned township that’s been designed with apartment lovers in mind. Here you’ll find apartments for people of all ages and stages, complemented with extensive green spaces, walkable neighbourhoods and a vibrant hospitality scene.

Apartments for sale

For all ages and stages

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Unit 11, Bodhi Apartments

Bodhi is a leafy, peaceful sanctuary within the thriving Hobsonville Point township. This contemporary new neighbourhood comprises 21 terraced homes and a 12 unit boutique apartment complex. Lot 11 is a two bedroom, 78m2 apartment with car park, features a covered balcony capturing daytime sun.

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Bomb Point Drive

This one bedroom, 62sqm apartment has been designed by award-winning Stevens Lawson Architects. Functional open plan living spaces flow on to your own 10m2 terrace. This apartment has its own carpark at the back door and higher than average stud height of 2.65m.

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Ovation 102, Launch Bay

Situated in the heart of Launch Bay in Hobsonville Point, this apartment will boast stunning views of the Waitemata Harbour from its northerly, elevated position. This generously sized apartment with two bedrooms and two bathrooms features open plan living and a modern, stylish kitchen.

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Here’s why people love apartment living at Hobsonville Point

It suits all ages and stages

Apartment living at Hobsonville Point is increasingly appealing to people of all ages and stages. Minimalist millennials say they enjoy having more time and money to spend on experiences, instead of filling a big house with ‘stuff’. Growing families love the proximity to great schools and clever designs that happily accommodate kids and pets. Jetsetting downsizers value being able to ‘lock up and leave’ on a moment’s notice.

It’s all about beautiful shared spaces

The trick to loving apartment life is choosing the right suburb - one that more than makes up for a lack of a private backyard. Hobsonville Point has been carefully planned to provide plentiful green space (26ha to be exact). No apartment is more than a couple of minutes’ walk to a natural reserve, gorgeous landscaped park or a playground for the kids. That’s in addition to a 5km coastal walkway, art trail and a waterfront farmers market.

It’s easier to be sociable

Apartments bring a higher concentration of people to an area, which makes local businesses more viable. That’s why in the world’s most beloved neighbourhoods, you’ll find a greater number of apartments, and more vibrant cafes and bars. It’s easier to be sociable when you can stroll to your local to meet friends for a drink, instead of driving across town to a suburban lounge room. Hobsonville Point already has a flourishing hospitality scene, especially down on the waterfront, which you’ll find buzzing with sociable citizens seven days a week.

It’s more affordable

Apartments are generally more affordable than standalone homes - especially when you consider what you’re getting for your money. Apartments at Hobsonville Point are architecturally designed, and are built to a high standard with quality materials by leading building companies. They’re also much cheaper to run, because they’re warm, weathertight and energy efficient. Hobsonville Point residents spend around $550 per year less on power and water than the average Aucklander.

Meet Sophie, Apartment Lover

Over the next ten years, Kāinga Ora’s Urban Development team is bringing a new breed of high quality, boutique apartments to suburbs as diverse as Hobsonville Point, Northcote, Mt Roskill and Mangere. Kāinga Ora has carefully selected the builders who will deliver these apartments, to ensure a consistently high standard in design and durability.

Sophie bought her first home - a KiwiBuild apartment in the Kāinga Ora-led Northcote Development - off the plans. “I wasn't sure what to expect, but once I got to see the completed apartment for the first time, all my worries were gone. It was better than what I could have hoped for.” Watch the video to learn more.


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