Countrywide Residences may be a new name on the development scene, but the well-known identities behind it have a wealth of experience in residential and commercial projects.
Their vision is to bring a more considered version of today’s urban lifestyle to well-established areas of Auckland that are under-served with quality urban density. Their latest project Outlook Mission Bay shows all the hallmarks of a well-conceived and well-executed project that will make significant contribution to the suburb in which it is located.
Countrywide Residences are constantly assessing sites where similar upscale developments will be welcomed by those transitioning to apartment living.
Mike Sullivan has an extensive background in building and civil engineering. In 1985 he founded Clearwater Construction, which has become one of the mainstays of commercial and residential development in this country. In association with this company, Mike has developed boutique commercial spaces, multi-unit residential and large-scale apartment complexes throughout the country. In total, he has built more than 1,000 apartments.
Mike’s skills extend to most facets of the construction industry; these include engineering, design and build, advisory, master planning. This gives him the oversight to guide projects large and small.
Mike has always been driven by a passion for doing things better. For him, that means getting the most from the people he works with, and to that end he has assembled a star team of collaborators. Their work together can be seen on this website . Its hallmarks are shared inspiration, meticulous planning and flawless execution.
Martin Cooper is a well-known figure on Auckland’s rapidly evolving residential building scene. His broad skills in development management have involved him in a wide variety of multi-use projects, as well as subdivisions, golf courses and traditional commercial projects.
Martin’s wide-ranging skills are well showcased in the execution of the high-end St Marks project in Remuera, as well as a new Mission Bay project, Outlook. His learnings from more than a decade in the property industry, as well a seat on the Property Council of New Zealand’s Auckland Executive, mean Martin has his finger on the pulse of the entire Auckland property landscape.
Martin’s enthusiasm for high density living recognises the need for liveability. As he says, “We believe in creating quality homes that allow people to live well in areas of greater density. Whether it’s boutique high-end apartments or affordable housing, we want people to love where they live.”
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