Ockham Residential

Tuatahi

1 Soljak Place, Mt Albert

Welcome to Tuatahi

Auckland living at its easiest

All communities must have a heart — a core, a centre, a hub — and that’s exactly what you’ll find at Tuatahi.

Embraced by Tuatahi’s three buildings, a lush lawn and landscaped garden spills from the residents’ lounge. An azure pool beckons. It’s a short stroll from the residents’ lounge and then there’s something else upstairs, something special, something uniquely Ockham: a residents’ library that exudes zen, thought and quiet contemplation.

Step through the striking bronze and wood waharoa (entranceways) into Tautahi and you immediately feel you’re at home. As with all our buildings there’s a sense of permanence —Tuatahi is built to last, the intricate brick detailing another Ockham signature. Every apartment has its own balcony with loads of light; understated quality is evident in every room, every fixture.

Then there’s the Mt Albert location which is in the middle of the action, yet somehow apart. Let’s give you a very quick tour. Tucked in behind Tuatahi is the Waterview Shared Path, a link that’ll take you right into town — or way out West. Directly across the road, you’ll find Alan Wood Reserve, the first in a series of connected parks that meander all the way to Mt Roskill. Two train stations are an easy walk away. And you realise exactly why influential website The Spinoff decided Mt Albert was the "the best suburb in Auckland".

This is the life: this is Auckland as it could be.

Design inspiration

Tuatahi means ‘The First’ — the first in what we hoped would be an ongoing collaboration with the Marutūāhu Iwi. Mana whenua of Tāmaki Makaurau, the Marutūāhu Iwi arrived with great waka and housed their people here for centuries. Our partnership together is faithful to that tradition as we build homes for Aucklanders which honour our city’s striking landscapes and connect us to the whenua — and to each other.

For Tuatahi, our architects spent a great deal of time inside Hotunui. Easily
 the most visited wharenui in the land, Hotunui was loaned to the people of Tāmaki Makaurau by Ngāti Maru and the other Marutūāhu Iwi. It has lived within Auckland War memorial Museum since 1928: Tuatahi seeks its inspiration from this magnificent meeting house.

Expertly designed by Ockham Residential’s in-house lead architect Tania Wong, Tuatahi honours its influence — and recognises our Marutūāhu partners. The pitched roof forms echo those of the marae. And Tuatahi’s exterior brickwork grabs the eye at once, the intricate brick detailing a striking but also subtle homage to the tukutuku panels that adorn the interior of Hotunui.

Building A: completed and SOLD OUT
Building B: completed – 1 x apartment left
Building C: completed - 4 x studios and 2 x 2 bedroom apartments left

Tuatahi apartments

– Studios from $430,000 
– One bedroom from $480,000
– Two bedrooms from $685,000  

To view Tuatahi visit our display suite at 1 Soljak Place, Mt Albert which is open daily from 1pm-3pm. For more information or to arrange an appointment please call 09 378 8011.

Contact

Joss Lewis on 021 245 5155 or email: 
Nick Reid on 021 721 915 or email: 
Rob Matulich on 021 634 059 or email: 

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