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Upcoming and current Hamilton projects

9th Nov 20

Hamilton is one of the fastest growing cities in the country! 

In the past, Hamilton has been known as a centre for agriculture. But today it is it's infrastructure that is at the forefront. Uniquely positioned, Hamilton is becoming the hub of the North Island. The inland port will provide businesses access to two million New Zealanders, not just in Auckland, Waikato and the Bay of Plenty, but Taranaki, Manawatu-Whanganui, Hawkes Bay and Gisborne. No longer just the centre of the rural heartland, Hamilton is transforming into the beating heart of the North Island.

Hamilton will be home to the head office of the new mega polytechnic – the New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology. This new entity, which merges all of New Zealand’s polytechnics, including Wintec, into one body, is estimated to generate 50 new jobs. With projects, ranging from a proposed Pan Pasifika Hub to projects that will upgrade infrastructure at Hamilton Airport, are designed to generate jobs, modernise the economy and provide public benefit. The potential growth of Hamilton, and the various economic developments like the Peacocke housing area and the CBD’s Waikato Regional Theatre will bring more people to the city, placing demand on property and rentals. There’s no denying Hamilton continues to show great potential!

Check out our snap shot of all the upcoming projects that are happening and planned across the city.

Union Square is Hamilton’s marque office and retail development, strategically located at the south-end of the city’s CBD.

It uniquely combines retail, office and lifestyle space, to present a world-class commerce environment in the Waikato.

https://unionsquare.nz/

 

This $50 million complex in Hamilton's CBD is a four-storey building which will become the new hub for ACC's staff, consolidating 650 Hamilton staff from across the city. 

The complex, due to be completed by the end of 2022, will be built on a section of settlement land on the corner of Collingwood and Tristam Streets.

https://www.acc.co.nz/newsroom/stories/acc-and-tainui-group-holdings-break-ground-on-new-acc-centre-in-hamilton/

 

The new $74m theatre would be built on the site behind the former Hamilton Hotel on Victoria Street, overlooking the Waikato River.

It would feature a large stage, orchestra pit, and public foyer. It would also be a new base for Wintec's performing arts degree.

The investment would also trigger the start of a $32m private hotel project.

https://momentumwaikato.nz/transformational-projects

 

The University of Waikato is building an innovative and versatile new facility, The Pā, which will transform the on-campus experience for students, staff, visitors and the broader community.

The Pā will provide a new main entrance to the campus, a student hub (including food outlets and social learning spaces) and a new University marae.

https://www.waikato.ac.nz/major-projects/the-pa

 

The proposed $9.6m Pan Pasifika Hub now appears almost certain to be built on the premises of the defunct and now-deserted Stadium Bowling Club, across the road from FMG Stadium Waikato.

http://kautepasifika.co.nz/hub/

 

Te Awa Lakes is a proposed 62ha development for the old Perry sand quarry at Horotiu that will transform this northern gateway into a vibrant community hub and tourism destination through a mix of high quality medium density residential housing, river links, tourism activities and adventure park.

https://teawalakes.co.nz/#home

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