Property Industry Awards nominees for 2023 announced

The Property Council New Zealand Rider Levett Bucknall Property Industry Awards are back for another year, with our expert judging panel currently traipsing the country, assessing the very best projects of 2023.

This year we are delighted to welcome nearly 100 projects to the awards family, with representation from Invercargill in the South, to Whangarei in the North, and everywhere in between.

Congratulations to all those involved in these exceptional projects!

Warren & Mahoney Civic, Health & Arts Property Award

Project entries include courthouses, cathedrals, churches, police stations, libraries, art galleries, museums, town halls and correctional facilities.

  • Auckland Central Library Green Roof, Auckland
  • Auckland Transport Downtown Waterfront Heritage Shelters, Auckland
  • Kingdomcity, Auckland
  • Luggate Memorial Centre, Queenstown
  • Mark Dunajtschik and Dorothy Spotswood Building, Te Wao Nui, Wellington Children’s Hospital, Wellington
  • Motueka Public Library Te Noninga Kumu, Motueka
  • Royston Day Surgery, Hawkes Bay
  • Sir Howard Morrison Centre, Rotorua
  • St James Theatre, Wellington
  • St Johns Presbyterian Church, Rotorua
  • Te Ara Ātea, Canterbury
  • Te Huhi Raupō – Taranaki Base Hospital Renal Unit, New Plymouth
  • Whangarei Māori Land Court, Northland

RCP Commercial Office Property Award

Project entries include buildings with a predominant use of office space and can comprise new developments or substantive building refurbishments.

  • 1 Albert Street, Auckland
  • 107 Carlton Gore, Auckland
  • 40 Bowen Street – Bowen Campus, Wellington
  • Auckland International Airport – Operations Control Centre, Auckland
  • Oceania Football Confederation Head office, Auckland
  • Shortland and Fort, Auckland
  • The Bell Gully Building, Wellington
  • The Hayman Kronfeld Building, Auckland

Kāinga Ora Homes & Communities Community & Affordable Housing Property Award

Project entries include multi-unit residential developments public or social housing developments.

  • Bardia Street, Lake Road and Tui Street, Auckland
  • Brewer Street, Blenheim
  • Edmonton Avenue, Auckland
  • Kauri Street and Kauri Place, Hastings
  • Martin Avenue, Leone Terrace and Margaret Avenue, Auckland
  • Onehunga Mall and Mt Smart Road, Auckland
  • SELO Development, Auckland
  • Sudeley Street, Auckland
  • The CAB, Auckland
  • The Residences at Karamū, Christchurch
  • Tīmata Lane, Auckland
  • Wilson Road, Auckland

Greenstone Group Education Property Award

Project entries include schools, universities, childcare centres and other learning facilities.

  • Auckland Normal Intermediate School (ANI) new MPS and 10TS buildings, Auckland
  • Birkenhead Primary, Auckland
  • Freeman’s Bay Primary School – New Classroom Roll Growth Block, Auckland
  • Gaia Earth Childcare, Auckland
  • Hanleys Farm School, Queenstown
  • Macleans College, Auckland
  • Mangapikopiko School, Auckland
  • Massey University Albany Innovation Complex, Auckland
  • Motueka Public Library Te Noninga Kumu, Motueka
  • Ngākōroa School, Auckland
  • Wakatipu High School, Queenstown
  • Wesley Primary School, Auckland
  • Westlake Girls High School Event Centre, Auckland
  • Whangārei Boys High School, Whangārei

Resene Green Building Property Award

Project entries include developments that specifically utilise innovation and demonstrate application of green building principals.

  • 107 Carlton Gore, Auckland
  • Cloudy Bay Vineyards – Founders Cellar, Blenheim
  • Motueka Public Library Te Noninga Kumu, Motueka
  • The CAB, Auckland
  • Te Huhi Raupō – Taranaki Base Hospital Renal Unit, New Plymouth

Naylor Love Heritage and Adaptive Reuses Property Award

Project entries include the renewal of historic precincts, heritage or adaptive reuse of existing building projects (substantive building refurbishments) and conservation projects.

  • 1 Albert Street, Auckland
  • Auckland Transport Downtown Waterfront Heritage Shelter, Auckland
  • Chief Post Office, Auckland
  • Sir Howard Morrison Centre, Rotorua
  • St James Theatre and Ballet Building, Wellington
  • The CAB, Auckland
  • The Hayman Kronfeld Building, Auckland
  • The Observatory Hotel, Christchurch
  • The Vines at Bethlehem, Tauranga

CBRE Industrial Property Award

Project entries include warehouses, factories and storage facilities where the predominant use is industrial.

  • 47a Dalgety Drive, Auckland
  • Americold Logistics – Icecap Extension, Auckland
  • Auckland Fresh Distribution Centre, Auckland
  • Douglas Innovation Building, Auckland
  • Healthcare Logistics (EBOS Group), Auckland
  • Newline, Tauranga
  • NZ Windows Waikato, Hamilton
  • Romano’s Food Group, Christchurch
  • ‘Te Pūtahi’ (Auckland Film Studios), Auckland

Templeton Group Multi-Unit Residential Property Award

Project entries include apartment complexes, hotels, retirement facilities, multi-unit residential developments.

  • Carlaw Park Student Village Stage 3, Auckland
  • Elm Remuera, Auckland
  • Long Shore, Auckland
  • Metlifecare Edgewater Village, Auckland
  • NXN Apartments, Auckland
  • One Enfield Apartments, Auckland
  • Risland Albany, Auckland
  • SELO Development, Auckland
  • Star Newton / The Nix, Auckland
  • Teal Apartments, Auckland
  • The CAB, Auckland

Yardi Retail Property Award

Project entries include shopping centres, show-rooms and mixed use developments with a significant retail presence.

  • Costco Wholesale, Auckland
  • Countdown, Alexandra
  • O’Connells Mall, Queenstown
  • Queensgate Event Cinema and IMAX Development, Wellington

Holmes Group Tourism & Leisure Award

Project entries include tourist facilities, sports centres and training facilities, hospitality venues and hotels where the predominant use is tourism or leisure based.

  • Auckland Zoo – Tātaki Auckland Unlimited, Auckland
  • Cloudy Bay Vineyards – Founders Cellar, Blenheim
  • Hawkes Bay Regional Aquatic Centre, Hastings
  • Moss, Queenstown
  • Pettigrew Green Arena Extension, Napier
  • Sudima, Kaikōura
  • Taumata o Kupe, Auckland
  • The Langlands Hotel, Invercargill
  • The Observatory Hotel, Christchurch
  • Tieke Golf Estate, Hamilton
  • voco and Holiday Inn Express Tower, Auckland
  • Waikato Regional Airport Terminal Resilience Project, Hamilton

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