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With M2 we are returning to our ‘tattooed’roots: Small, eccentric, urban – and most of all fun. Each - of only 20- boutique units are either: ground level units with a neat courtyard; or a penthouse unit!! – Which makes choices simple for buyers!  As seen in the brochure graphics, the units; which are all lofts – all enjoy a sense of open space and light, with more than a 5m ceiling height over a portion of the living room.  

DXN is under construction on Dixon Street and designed at 20 levels of apartments, all the whilst creating a laneway; connecting Dixon Street to Feltex Lane. 

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As land values rose over recent years we started to go more vertical: FRAME apartments on Molesworth Street reached 17 levels; 

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Following Tattoo, –  we designed Canvas on Willis Street in a very similar vein: An edge of exposed concrete interiors, street art etc.  Canvasis also still well received by the market. 

As land values rose over recent years we started to go more vertical: FRAME apartments on Molesworth Street reached 17 levels; DXN is under construction on Dixon Street and designed at 20 levels of apartments, all the whilst creating a laneway; connecting Dixon Street to Feltex Lane. 

Canvas apartments are located in upper Willis Street, it’s in the heart of the city. Fantastic location. One & two bedroom apartments. Double glazed. Car parking available. Pet friendly. Concrete inter tenancy walls. 100% of current earthquake code. Small complex

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‘Tattoo’, Vicinity’s first project, circa 2008 – located on the corner of Wigan and Able Smith Streets, was born amidst the height of the global financial crisis in New Zealand. A different design approach from a new way of thinking was needed to make the project work.  The outcome was a building that was compact, energetic, and bold! Everything we love in urban architecture.

The peculiar – mostly intended – result of the design is the atmosphere of a converted industrial building; yet the building is new and still meets current building codes - and does so with a bit of attitude! Tattoo is still seen as a cool place to live, rent or buy and is still sought after in today’s market.

 
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