Research Publication: Aucklanders warming to higher density living

People in Auckland are warming to the idea of living in apartments and terraces. Our research pinpoints the year that construction of attached homes will, for the first time ever, supersede new builds of detached houses.

It’s a significant moment for New Zealand’s largest city, and it’s a shift that will have a rippling effect on property, businesses, our economy, and retail.

In this issue we take a deeper look at who these new urban residents will be; what they like and dislike, and how they differ from a traditional Kiwi household.

Click on the button above to get a copy of our findings. The publication is interactive and comes with smart graphs and useful links.

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Current progress on attached developments

This interactive map brings together detailed information on the current 355 attached developments in progress across New Zealand (of which 75% are in Auckland). Click on an icon to view the finer details of an individual development.

John Polkinghorne

With a Master of Commerce degree in economics, John is responsible for RCG’s research output, including economic impact assessments, market studies and location strategies. He is an industry media commentator.

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