Kōtuitui (Stage 2)

  • 18 Townhouses
  • Car parking available


Kōtuitui is a new neighbourhood of architecturally designed, two and three bedroom terrace homes in downtown Manukau City.

Kōtuitui is a growing neighbourhood of architecturally designed two and three bedroom homes in downtown Manukau City.

Kōtuitui is a Māori word meaning ‘interlink’ and was specifically selected as the name of the Barrowcliffe Place housing development with support from Te Ākitai Waiohua. In essence, kōtuitui represents the connections that are being created and anchored through the development and will continue into the future.

The name of the overall project is Kōtuitui Place in recognition of the site as a liveable ‘place’ within the wider community. This title also acknowledges the pre-development address as a part of Barrowcliffe Place. For the future residents, homeowners and community yet to be established at Kōtuitui Place, the various connections are represented at different levels in the past, present and future.

With Stage 1 all sold out, Stage 2 is your opportunity to choose from an exciting collection of 18 places with lush courtyards and clever design details.

Become part of a popular urban community closely connected to the transformation of Auckland’s fastest evolving suburb.

Make it yours today.

Kōtuitui has been masterplanned to be a place that people want to live. With landscaped private grounds that extend out to the streetscape and pocket park, places for children to play as well as ample parking for residents and visitors. Careful consideration has been given to the roading to create a quiet, safe and peaceful community for residents and their visitors to enjoy.

Designed by Ken Crosson. Two bedroom homes priced from $680,000. Three bedroom homes from $735,000. Prices subject to availability.

One of the most ethnically diverse places in Auckland, Manukau is home to Māori, Pacific, Asian, Indian and European residents.

Manukau is currently being transformed into an ever more vibrant, connected and liveable part of Auckland.

The new train station and bus interchange easily connects locals to Auckland central, while development at Puhinui and future Rapid Transit plans will see Manukau further joined up to Britomart, Botany Town Centre and the Airport.

One of the most ethnically diverse places in Auckland, Manukau is home to Māori, Pacific, Asian, Indian and European residents, who will all bring a taste of their own culture to Kōtuitui too.

Kōtuitui’s architectural design and distinctive use of hard wearing materials is a fresh new urban look and feel for downtown Manukau City. Every terrace home in Stage 2 has been designed for modern living with generous courtyards for entertaining friends and growing families. Each place has been built with quality fixtures and includes a whiteware package. Make the most of your space by choosing from a selection of interior finishes and optional extras too.


  •   Parking on site
  •   Pocket Park
  •   Visitor Parking
  •   Parking on site
  •   Pocket Park
  •   Visitor Parking

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