Stanford Apartments

189 HOBSON STREET, AUCKLAND CITY

ABOUT THE STANFORD

The Stanford was built between 2000 and 2009 and is now highly demanded rental building in Auckland City. It contains 116 apartments spread over 11 different levels.

Centrally located, the Stanford is in close proximity to the university district, the Civic Theater, numerous shops, cafes and restaurants in the CBD area. Beautiful parks are within walking distance and the next bus station is seconds away from the building itself. With motorways just a few minutes away by car, it is a very convenient place to live.

Stanford has an onsite manager to ensure safety and smooth running of the building. Residents are also given swipe cards to get access into the building and their apartments.

As a benefit for its residents, it disposes of a gym, which is equipped with different appliances allowing its residents to work out in their spare time without having to leave their home ground.

The Stanford building is painted in white and green. Its name is painted on the upper part of the complex, and is easy to recognize in Hobson Street.

Conveniently located, with good facilities, security and well-priced rent, The Stanford is a great place to live for the discerned buyer.

AVERAGE RENTS
1 bedroom: $250 – $300 | 2 bedroom: $260 – $350 | 4 bedroom: $350 – $400 | Carpark:  $50 – $60

LAST TWO YEARS SALES
Range from $114,800 for 41 m2 to $286,000 for 76 m2

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BODY CORPORATE MINUTES 2010

  • It was noted, that an exclusive online portal with access by passwords is now existing for the owners and providing information about the body corporate documents, unit plans, rules and levy accounts.
  • A fall restraint system for the building will be installed to allow a safety anchoring for the abseilers washing the windows, without using their large weights which have the potential to damage the roof over prolonged use.
  • The extension of the current security system in the breezeways will take place this year; the extension in the lifts will be deferred as a second step.
  • Two quotes for inspections of the complex by drug dogs to prevent drug offenses were discussed; it was finally decided to not progress with this matter.
  • The fire detectors in all units in the building will be cleaned by Entire Fire for security reasons and to ensure a proper working of the detectors.
  • It was noted, that in any case of faulty fire call outs, the proprietors of the responsible unit will be charged with costs, even though the first and second call out are usually not charged.

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BODY CORPORATE MINUTES 2009

  • The replacement of carpets and underlay in the common areas is deferred to next year; nonetheless the committee is authorized to make repairs to the carpets if necessary.
  • The painting of the lift foyer areas or the alternative filing of this area is deferred for the next 12 months.
  • The fire extinguishers are to be housed in boxes to prevent any misuse of themselves.
  • Some gas heaters are to be replaced and the building manager also suggested to move the activators from the inside to the exterior of the gate to prevent them from being damaged by vehicles.
  • The neighbouring property had a flooding caused by rubbish discarded in the guttering; therefore the tenants should be reminded to prevent discarding rubbish on the neighbouring properties.
  • As a rule of the body corporate, the details of any tenants moving into the building, have to be provided to the building manager.
  • The extractor fans above the stoves of each unit have to be cleaned regularly as otherwise they present a fire hazard and the proprietor would be responsible for any damage occurring in case of a fire.
  • It was reminded, that it is not allowed to overcrowd the apartments, since this would lead to an excess use of power, gas and water, subsidized by other proprietors.

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BODY CORPORATE MINUTES 2008

  • The gas burners, which are currently housed in the garage, were causing corrosion of the metal beam directly above and to the walls and they will be relocated to the exterior of the building for this reason.
  • The swipe cards are cleared and reissued each year for safety reasons, as many swipe cards go missing each year.
  • The windows were cleaned twice last year and the committee might considerate to clean them also twice in the forthcoming year and will therefore monitor and recommend accordingly.
  • The carrying of open containers of alcohol or the consumption of alcohol or food in the common areas is prohibited.
  • The use of cell phones is prohibited between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.

 

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