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22 Oct 2018 4:40
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  •   Home > News > Environment

    Auckland's Mission Bay could be in for a 200 million dollar makeover

    Auckland's Mission Bay could be in for a 200 million dollar makeover


    Landmark waterfront buildings on a block between Tamaki Drive, Patteson Ave
    and Marau Crescent could be bowled down to make way for multi-storey
    developments - if the proposal gets the green light.

    Urban Legacy and Partners Limited is set to lodge a resource consent
    application next week for the popular Auckland beach area.

    The plan includes up to 100 apartments and townhouses...and even a cinema.

    And Project Director Doug Osborne says Mission Bay will be totally
    transformed.

    He says in recent years the area has fallen behind other bays and
    developments in the city.

    © 2018 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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