Meet the 2022 Property Industry Awards nominees

In spite of a rather unexpected climate (hello COVID!), the Property Industry Awards judging process is now well underway, with our expert team of judges on a tour of Aotearoa to assess, view and select the best projects of 2022.

With uncertainty remaining over how long we would be in the red setting of the Covid Protection Framework, we made the decision to delay the awards from their original date of 17 June to Friday 12 August 2022. We hope that this short postponement will provide enough time for us to get through the worst of the Omicron outbreak, allowing restrictions to ease and attendees to gather safely. Tickets will go on sale from late April.

It is our great pleasure to announce the nominees for the Property Council New Zealand Rider Levett Bucknall Property Industry Awards are:

Civic, Health & Arts Property Award
  • Aotea – Te Pokapū Aotea Centre, Auckland
  • Auckland Chief Post Office, Auckland
  • Puhinui Station Interchange, Auckland
  • Te Pae – The Christchurch Convention Centre, Christchurch
  • Vos Boatshed Restoration, Auckland
  • Wakefield Hospital – Stage 1, Wellington
Commercial Office Property Award
  • Brandon House, Wellington
  • Generator NZ, Wellington
  • Landpower, Hamilton
  • Profile Group – Hautapu HQ, Cambridge
  • Stride Property Group, Wellington
  • two/fiftyseven – coworking and shared offices, Wellington
Community & Affordable Housing Property Award
  • Banff Avenue, Auckland
  • Bari Lane, Auckland
  • Beach Haven Road and Mavis Place, Auckland
  • Busby Street, Auckland
  • Discovery Place, New Plymouth
  • HomeGround Development, Auckland
  • Kāinga Kaumātua, Auckland
  • Kauri Landing, Auckland
  • Kōtuitui Courtyards, Auckland
  • Miller Street and Point Chevalier Road, Auckland
  • OCHT Brougham Street Development, Christchurch
  • Papaioea Place Social Housing Redevelopment – Stages 1 and 2, Palmerston North
  • St Georges Road, Auckland
  • Te Kāinga Aroha, Wellington
  • The Salvation Army Kaitiakitanga Housing Community, Auckland
Education Property Award
  • Kakapo Creek Children’s Garden, Auckland
  • Macleans College, Auckland
  • Manurewa High School Business Academy, Auckland
  • Paerata School, Auckland
  • Rosmini College – The Mary Thomas Building, Auckland
  • Tamaoho School, Auckland
  • Te Aratai College (Linwood College) Redevelopment, Christchurch
  • Waimea College, Nelson
Green Building Property Award
  • Auckland Chief Post Office, Auckland
  • Auckland City Mission Homeground, Auckland
  • Generator NZ, Wellington
  • Profile Group – Hautapu HQ, Cambridge
  • Richmond Countdown, Nelson
  • Stride Property Group, Wellington
  • two/fiftyseven – coworking and shared offices, Wellington
  • Waimea College, Nelson
Heritage & Adaptive Reuses Property Award
  • Auckland Chief Post Office, Auckland
  • Generator NZ, Wellington
  • Vos Boatshed Restoration, Auckland
Industrial Property Award
  • Americold Coldstore Expansion, Auckland
  • AS Colour, Auckland
  • Countdown Distribution Centre – Palmerston North (PRDC)
  • Geodis Wilson, Auckland
  • Hellmann, Auckland
  • IAG Repairhub, Hamilton
  • Interwaste, Auckland
  • National Algae Research Centre, Nelson
  • Profile Group – Hautapu HQ, Cambridge
  • Tidal Road Limited, Auckland
Multi-Unit Residential Property Award
  • 30 Madden, Auckland
  • Copper Crest, Tauranga
  • Kōkihi, Auckland
  • Kōtuitui Courtyards, Auckland
  • Modal, Auckland
  • Ramada Newmarket, Auckland
  • Red Beach Multi-Unit Residential Development, Auckland
  • Summerset, Richmond Ranges, Richmond
  • Te Ara o Puanga, Wellington
  • The Bayview Stage 2, Tauranga
  • The Spire, Christchurch
  • The Victor Apartments, Auckland
Retail Property Award
  • Briscoes Silverdale Development, Auckland
  • Countdown, Gisborne
  • Richmond Countdown, Nelson
  • The Rise, Auckland
  • Wanaka Mitre 10 Mega, Wanaka
Tourism & Leisure Property Award
  • Central Energy Trust Arena – Speedway Pits and Entrance Plaza Redevelopment, Palmerston North
  • Christchurch City Hotel, Christchurch
  • Cordis Hotel, Auckland
  • Ebb-Dunedin, Dunedin
  • Ramada Newmarket, Auckland
  • Selwyn Sports Centre, Canterbury
  • SkyCity 24/7 Staff Dining, Auckland
  • Te Pou Toetoe: Linwood Pool, Christchurch
  • The Green, Food & Beverage Precinct – Central Park, Auckland
  • Upper Village, Queenstown

Get ready for one heck of a party

Save the date for 12 August and watch this space for ticket announcements!

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