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The Helier ushers in a new era of luxury retirement living – Oceania

Oceania’s new $150 million development, The Helier, means lavish living doesn’t have to end at retirement. Residents can enjoy a range of bespoke offerings never before seen in Aotearoa.

Nestled in the heart of St Heliers, the village boasts outstanding panoramic views of Auckland’s Waitemata Harbour and contains 79 premium living apartments, coupled with 32 private care residences.

With hospitality facilities like no other in the country, its amenities include an indoor swimming and spa pool, wine library, private gym and wellness centre, cinema, beauty salon, butler service and chauffeur-driven hybrid Jaguar vehicles.

Akin to life at a 5-star hotel, residents at The Helier experience personalised restaurant-quality dining, daily happy hours and canapes from in-house Executive Chef and Fusion Cuisine Specialist, Charles Pihera.

“Officially opening The Helier’s doors was a tremendously exciting moment for Oceania,” says Chief Executive, Brent Pattison. “We’re proud to be paving the way for the next level of luxury retirement living in New Zealand.”

Oceania officially celebrated The Helier’s first residents moving into their new homes earlier this year, and the process has been incredibly smooth, says Group General Manager of Property, Andrew Buckingham,

“Seeing everything come together has been so rewarding,” he says. “So much thought and care has gone into this project.”

“The building’s shape allows for maximum daylight and offers stunning views, while fitting seamlessly and harmoniously into the existing neighbourhood. With luxurious finishesacross the entire premises, residents will truly feel like they’re coming home to their own oasis.” he adds.

Available apartment prices at The Helier range from $1.76m to $3.5m, depending on the size and outlook.

The Helier is scheduled to open its care residences in February 2024. The residences, which are set-up like premium studio apartments, offer assistance for residents who require a little more support.

“By having care suites in the same building, residents can seamlessly move from retirement living to aged care living. This unique feature provides a much easier, less stressful, transition for residents and their families if care is required.” says Pattison.

For more information about The Helier, visit www.tinyurl.com/TheHelier 

 

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