Established in NZ in 1968, Peddle Thorp is one of the most respected architectural practices in the country. The cornerstone of the company is their quality of design and detailing acumen, which allows the most complex and creative ideas to be articulated into a living reality. Known for their premium residential projects, Peddle Thorp’s ability to deliver on projects of any scale or type is a strength highly sought after by their clients, industry professionals, buyers and developers alike.
Residentiae Limited is owned by Joint Venture Partners McDougall Reidy & Co and Haydn & Rollett Construction. The two companies have collaborated on a number of projects including Botanica Mt Eden.
McDougall Reidy & Co’s business focus is property development, investment and management. They have completed a number of high quality projects throughout New Zealand, constantly delivering high quality products from concept to completion.
Each project offers a unique response to market needs, user requirements and a desire to create environments that will stand the test of time.
Haydn & Rollett was established in 1946, and has a long history of delivering exceptional buildings and property developments.
Haydn & Rollett are one of New Zealand’s most prominent and well respected construction companies. Armed with considerable expertise and a firm dedication to creating quality environments, the company is known for their large scale, high quality residential projects throughout Auckland.
Jeff Davidson, Colliers International, says purchasers came from right across the market spectrum. "Owner occupiers, first home buyers seeking affordable entry points to the housing market, investors and downsizers all found something within the development.
"Clever design and incorporating a wide variety of product types and sizes also allowed for a diverse community to be created."
Davidson says Residentiae's team approach to developing high quality apartments has been an enjoyable experience and this will be repeated as they consider new opportunities.