By Campbell McIlroy
Friday 10th March 2000
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The development would be mixed use residential, retail, and office space in nine buildings.
The central feature is a circular building containing retail space on the ground floor with office and then residential space above.
The circular building sits in the centre of a city block and would be surrounded by another eight individually designed residential buildings, with a small amount of retail to satisfy zoning requirements.
The residential buildings would form the outer perimeter of what Symphony director Chris Minty described as a walled city. With the circular building at its centre, the space between would contain landscaped gardens for residents.
Symphony was applying for resource consents and had worked hard to deliver a balance of security and privacy right in the middle of the action in the Viaduct Basin, Mr Minty said.
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