With a strong community and excellent transport links, you’ll love living here.

The building.

arc Onehunga is a low-rise building in an established neighbourhood, set behind an impressive pōhutukawa tree. With quality materials and a clever design, it’s a step-change in rental housing.

Our home-star rated building features long-lasting and upgradeable insulation, ventilation, security and technology, as well as extensive native landscaping and secure bike storage.

Initial release of 1 + 2 bedroom apartments available for rent now.

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View our plans

The building’s small scale and clever planning means each of our 1 + 2 bedroom apartments have dual aspects and a balcony or courtyard.

Our homes enjoy excellent views, privacy and light. Living areas flow out to covered outdoor areas, and we’ve chosen to prioritise living space over multiple bathrooms.

Details are key here. Our kitchens have new Fisher & Paykel appliances including fridge and washer dryer. Bathrooms feature designer European tiles and Englefield fittings. Panasonic heat pumps, LED lighting and custom blinds come standard.

Love Renting

arc is revolutionising renting, with homes built, owned and managed by us for you – our residents. arc Onehunga has the following features and benefits:

quality insulation

common area security

easy smart access

bike + car parking

fibre wifi available

dedicated maintenance

Look around Onehunga

With its village feel, character buildings and waterfront walking trail, Onehunga is one of the city’s most charming suburbs. It’s also one of its best-connected, with excellent motorway access and the revived Onehunga train line. A diverse community, meanwhile, welcomes all comers.

arc Onehunga

50 Selwyn Street

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arc Onehunga is available to rent from September 2021.
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