Greys Ave (Te Mātāwai)
This exciting new development by Kāinga Ora in Central Auckland’s iconic Greys Avenue combines 276 new homes built around a supportive environment to enable its residents to connect and be active members of the community.
Welcome home to Te Mātāwai
The homes in this modern urban village are the heart of a diverse, supportive and connected community. One that is a welcoming place to live, work and thrive in the urban centre of Tāmaki Makaurau.
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- 276 homes
- 24/7 on-site Hapori Kaitiaki community guardianship service
- 24/7 on-site support networks with improved access to healthcare services
- Designed to support a strong sense of community with shared spaces that allow for activities, recreation and connection
- The ground floor features four commercial spaces, with businesses selected to support the needs of residents and local community.
The mauri of Waihorotiu
The Te Mātāwai site at 139 Greys Ave runs close to Waihorotiu. The buildings here have been designed to reflect the mauri or life force, the vitality of the wai and its tikanga. This energy wraps around the buildings; cleansing, healing and protecting all those who live, work and visit.
The perforated aluminium and pre-cast design take inspiration from the mauri of the water, and establishes an uplifting theme throughout the site
A more supportive approach
Te Mātāwai combines public housing with supportive services designed for people who need it most. Within this environment, residents can build positive social networks and have accessible services that will support their health, well-being and personal development.
Te Mātāwai has manaakitanga at its heart. It’s about nurturing its residents and ensuring everyone is treated with respect and kindness.
A diverse cultural centre
Te Mātāwai is more than a place to live. It provides residents with the networks they need to prosper with dignity and stability and foster a strong sense of purpose and belonging.
The activities and communal spaces at Te Mātāwai are designed to support a diverse community people to take part in the vibrant, local urban neighbourhood.
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