Ockham Residential

The Turing

2 Ariki Street, Grey Lynn

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Welcome to The Turing

Welcome to The Turing Building — a freehold boutique building offering 27 luxury, architecturally designed homes.

For those looking for a secure home that encapsulates the best of apartment style living and thoughtful design with personality, The Turing Building should be seriously considered.

The Turing Building offers generously proportioned one, two and three bedroom apartments ranging from 58m2 to 126m2, plus balcony. Each includes secure basement parking. Situated on the ridge of Grey Lynn, the building has panoramic views over the western bays, upper harbour and Waitakere Ranges. Local Ponsonby and Karangahape Road amenities are an easy stroll away.

The dynamite $2 million dollar rooftop facilities are a fantastic shared space for all residents. This unique amenity includes a snooker room, luxury lounge and substantial deck, providing a social space that encourages a sense of community. Considered living at its best. Make The Turing Building your new home.

The Turing Proximity Guide

One of Auckland’s most liveable suburbs, the charm of Grey Lynn lies in the subtle blend of character and cool that gives this central Auckland hub its unique flavour. Tree lined streets, filled with old villas, blended with new developments that demonstrate Grey Lynn’s contemporary style.

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First time buying an apartment?

The process of researching and purchasing an apartment off-plan can seem very daunting, particularly for first time buyers. We've put together some excellent resources for helping you with your journey.

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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Looking for your first apartment

What are the important things to know when looking at buying an apartment off-plan? Download this handy guide for a list of the questions you should be asking.


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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