Work has started on a showhome at a new residential subdivision – Hapori Park at Temple View, south west of Hamilton.
The subdivision, designed for 300 new homes, is on land owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The church has appointed Classic Builders to help bring this new neighbourhood to life. They say in a joint statement: "Together we share a vision for the development of this part of Hamilton into a thriving community."
Director of Classic Builders, Peter Cooney, says: "We are pleased to be able to help make that vision become a reality."
The subdivision will feature a mix of single-storey and double-storey builds consisting of two, three and four-bedroom homes, and is expected to add more quality affordable homes into the Hamilton residential market.
Cooney says: "Hapori Park has been designed to suit a full range of households from young families to empty nesters."
The plan is to develop lots and build homes over a number of stages to be released to the market over the next four years. Hapori Park is a three-minute drive from the outskirts of Hamilton, a 15-minute commute to the CBD, and 35 minutes from Raglan's surf beaches.
The playground, walking tracks, ponds and parklands in Temple View will be expanded in the coming years to form a green belt bordering the development.
The church's project director says: "Temple View is a special and significant place and will remain that way into the future thanks to the preservation of its heritage buildings and the new life Hapori Park will inject."
It's been exciting to see so many from outside of Temple View enjoying its parklands, museum and the dazzling spectacle of lights and displays at Christmas time."
Classic Builders is a Kiwi-owned and operated group home builder, one of the largest residential home builders in New Zealand.
Interest is now being welcomed from those keen to make Hapori Park at Temple View their home. For more details click