Metropolis (Auckland building)
The building seen from Bowen Avenue.
|Location||Auckland, New Zealand|
|Cost||NZD $ 180 million|
|Height||155 m (509 ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Peddle Thorp Montgomery|
|Number of restaurants||Wagamama|
Metropolis is a 40-storey residential / hotel skyscraper in the Auckland CBD of Auckland, New Zealand, developed in 1999 by Krukziener Properties. Commended for its style and quality, the NZ$180 million cost of its construction also led to major financial fallout. Metropolis is considered one of Auckland's most exclusive apartment buildings, and as of 2013 it is the tallest residential building in New Zealand.
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