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Christchurch's 'unique' development sites

Oliver Lewis
Wed, 13 Oct 2021

One of two development sites available in Christchurch's east frame. (Image: Supplied)
Oliver Lewis
Wed, 13 Oct 2021
Developers have until the end of November to place bids for some of the most unique central city land in the country.The Crown, through rebuild agency Ōtākaro, is accepting proposals to develop two blocks of residential land in Christchurch's east frame, a post-quake anchor project.Fletcher Living had an exclusive deal to develop the entire frame but, due to high demand, the Crown has decided to open the sites to other developers.With a nearby park, laneway and other infrastructure already built, politicians and others have described the of...

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