Ockham Residential

Hypatia

246 Khyber Pass Road, Newmarket

Welcome to Hypatia

Enjoy Our City. Enjoy Your Life.

Auckland has never been so vibrant and forward-looking as it is today. A truly cosmopolitan city is being created by a collective ambition to make Auckland’s urban streetscapes as beautiful and diverse as its world class natural environment.

Hypatia embodies Auckland’s transformational spirit. The striking architecture of its unique façade confidently looks to the future while proudly acknowledging the strong Maori connection to its environment.

Situated in the heart of Auckland’s university and medical precincts, and on the doorstep of Auckland. Hypatia is ideally located to maximise the possibilities of modern urban living. It is also zoned for our best Grammar Schools and the adjacent Grafton Station will have electric passenger trains connecting you to the CBD, Newmarket, and Britomart.

With two levels of underground parking and six varied levels of apartment living, Hypatia will transform your life. How do you want to live?

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Hypatia Proximity Guide

A handy location on the edge of the central city and within a stone’s throw of Auckland’s oldest park, the beautiful Auckland Domain. Nearby suburbs include Grafton, Newmarket, Parnell, Eden Terrace, Viaduct Basin and Britomart

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Our Philosophy

Our fundamental belief that housing is infrastructure drives our whole approach to development.

Treating housing as infrastructure allows us to focus on the long-term outcomes of development rather than just the short-term bottom line.

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