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Opportunities: Mt Eden

OPPORTUNITIES: MT EDEN

 

Mount Eden Station will be enlarged and re-developed. Post-CRL construction, land acquired will provide the potential for more than 100,000sqm of residential and commercial investment as envisaged in the concept design below.

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STATION: The upgraded station (above) will include additional platforms and a new building.   


The land at Mount Eden comprises a mixture of road reserve and property purchased for the main construction yard, station and rail trenches.

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This is how the station and its surrounds could look:  Latest concept designs

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FENTON: Fenton Street, looking towards a new Fenton to Ngahura overbridge


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PLAZA: The Mount Eden Station plaza


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APARTMENTS: Residential development and station requirements integrated through excellence in design


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INTERIOR: Mount Eden Station interior


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OVERBRIDGE: Looking at the overbridge to Fenton Street from Ngahura Street

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Here's how the re-developed Normandy Rd/ Water Street area could look post-CRL: Latest concept designs

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How the area around the station could look post-CRL

  GREEN: The proposed green space looking west toward the station from the Flower Street intersection

GREEN: The proposed green space looking west toward the station from the Flower Street intersection


  NORTH-WEST: Looking north-west from Ruru Street extension to Mount Eden station

NORTH-WEST: Looking north-west from Ruru Street extension to Mount Eden station


  PLAZA: Potential plaza opposite the station

PLAZA: Potential plaza opposite the station


  SOUTH-EAST: Looking south-east down Ruru Street from Nikau Street intersection towards the station

SOUTH-EAST: Looking south-east down Ruru Street from Nikau Street intersection towards the station


Mt Eden indicative tunnel/ track alignment

There is a complex relationship between the rail infrastructure, the street network and property boundaries within Mt Eden area.

Below is the Mt Eden indicative tunnel/ track alignment.

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The concept drawing (below) shows the above-ground development potential and the rail infrastructure.

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This is the proposed road layout.

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