Ockham Residential


11 Akepiro Street, Mt Eden

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Welcome to Daisy

Daisy - is now complete and shaping a new urban reality for our beautiful city.

Daisy is the physical embodiment of our core ideals – elegance, sustainability, efficiency, permanence, community, and connectedness. Daisy provides an opportunity for 33 thoughtful owners to live a healthy, sustainable lifestyle in the heart of our gorgeous city. With natural light streaming in from three directions, the six levels of one and two bedroom apartments will provide sensational city living.

Daisy has achieved a 10 Homestar rating, the highest rating of any apartment complex in New Zealand to date. Daisy is bursting with the latest green technologies and energy saving features to keep you comfortable while saving your money and our environment. Uniquely, Daisy provides two communal use eco-friendly cars to free you from the costs of car ownership while still retaining the convenience of vehicle access and reducing your carbon footprint.

Situated at the City end of Dominion Road, only 3 km from the CBD and with great public transport links, Daisy provides easy access to Mt Eden Village, Kingsland Village, Newton, Ponsonby, Grafton and Newmarket. Daisy is an easy choice for those who share Ockham’s vision of modern urban living and a sustainable future for our city.

Daisy Proximity Guide

Only 3km from Auckland’s CBD and nestled between the ever-popular historic suburbs of Mt Eden, Eden Terrace and Kingsland, with all their charms and amenities.

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First time buying an apartment?

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Why people are choosing apartment living

Hear first hand from Ockham tenants about why they've chosen apartment life and what is has to offer.

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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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