Apartment Development Finance

Reesby & Company has considerable experience in funding all types of commercial property developments including apartment, commercial and retail projects, master planned communities and office building developments.

Reesby & Co has completed commercial loan transactions ranging from standard $3 million first mortgages over suburban retail developments to the $300 million Auckland Trotting Club residential development, the $200 million International apartment project on Princess Street, Auckland CBD, the $150 million Hereford Apartments in Auckland CBD, the $100 million Park Residences apartment project on Albert Street, the $100 million Queens Residences apartments on Queen Street, the $250 million Telecom Head Office commercial mortgager on Victoria Street, Auckland CBD and a $150 million subdivision at Weiti on Auckland's North Shore.

Over the past five years we have funded in excess of 100 development projects including residential subdivisions, retail developments and construction/strengthening of commercial properties.

Over the past 25 years we have sourced bank and subordinated debt finance for over 15,000 residential apartments throughout New Zealand. Each project has different strengths and weaknesses so it is not possible to be specific on the level of funding available without receiving detailed information on the project.


Reesby & Co has long term and unique funding contacts with NZ lenders, offshore lenders and substantial private lenders to fund all types of projects.

OUR RECENT PROJECTS

The Amaia

Takapuna, Auckland $160 million

Verge Apartments

Mt Wellington, Auckland $36 million

OKLA

Albany, Auckland $90 million

Union & Co Apartments

Auckland CBD $100 million

Lakewood Plaza

Manukau, Auckland $90 million

The Vincent

Auckland CBD $125 million

The International

Auckland $200 million

Queens Square

Auckland CBD $140 million

Victoria Residences

Auckland CBD $95 million

Alexandra Park Apartments

Greenlane $150 million

Crest Apartments

Auckland $80 million

The Ivory

Epsom, Auckland $50 million