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The two brothers 'upcycling' office buildings for homes

Brent Melville
Wed, 01 Sep 2021

Brothers Tim (left) and Andrew Lamont founded the firm in late 2013. (Image: Supplied)
Brent Melville
Wed, 01 Sep 2021
Real estate private equity group Lamont & Co has four residential property developments in the pipeline valued at $300 million.The developments, which will bring a combined 300 apartments into the Auckland market by 2023, will more than double the firm’s apartment portfolio. Brothers Andrew and Tim Lamont founded the firm in late 2013 to look at “opportunistic property deals" and match those deals to investor equity and debt partners.They’ve done just that, with an accelerating growth curve now spanning land subd...

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