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Apartment sales soar while Seascape stuck in basement

Brent Melville
Wed, 16 Sep 2020

Apartment sales soar while Seascape stuck in basement
Brent Melville
Wed, 16 Sep 2020
It may be an expensive hole in the ground, but Shanghai-based developer Shundi Customs says a quarter of the 221 units in Auckland's downtown planned Seascape development have already been "taken off market", despite delays to the ambitious $300 million project.Delays have been largely due to the challenge of completing the deepest basement ever attempted in the city, all within a few hundred metres of Queens Wharf.When complete, the residential tower will rise 187 metres, over 52 floors plus another five levels of undergroun...

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