Kerepeti, in Hobsonville Point is a joint venture development located 20 minutes north west of Auckland’s CBD. Homes within Kerepeti are now available for sale.

Ngāi Tahu Property teamed up with the NZ Super Fund and New Ground Capital to invest in a housing development at Hobsonville Point in Auckland. The project, known as Kerepeti, has 208 new homes developed across two neighbourhoods.

Kerepeti brings together forward-thinking living solutions to provide a vibrant community within a sustainable master-planned development.

The homes at Kerepeti are suitable for people at any stage of life; ranging from one-bedroom apartments through to spacious four-bedroom, three-bathroom homes. The resulting neighbourhoods are designed to feel good, with planted living laneways and pocket parks woven throughout.

Half of the homes at Kerepeti were made available to the market at a level below the Auckland median house price. A portion of the homes sold were under the affordable ‘Axis’ series. 

Kerepeti, meaning moulded or pliable clay, has shaped our communities for centuries - from the bowls we use to serve food to our whānau and friends to the bricks used to build our homes. 


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    Kerepeti Apartments receive bronze award

    Posted on Monday, 10 June 2019

    The Kerewhenua Apartments building in Kerepeti at Hobsonville Point received a bronze award at the Registered Master Builders Association’s 2019 New Zealand Commercial Project Awards on Friday night.


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    Uku Apartments attract attention

    Posted on Wednesday, 13 February 2019

    The brand-new Uku Show Apartment at Kerepeti in Hobsonville Point is capturing the attention of home-buyers looking to upgrade to a carefree lifestyle in 2019.


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    First Uku residents arrive at Kerepeti

    Posted on Thursday, 15 November 2018

    Two first home buyers are among the first residents moving into the new homes in the Kerepeti development managed by Ngāi Tahu Property at Hobsonville Point.


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