Nestled in downtown Auckland, Seascape is the perfect place to enjoy the energy and excitement of city life with spectacular natural beauty in every direction.

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Where the City Meets the Sea


Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand and its economic centre. Bounded by the Manukau and Waitemata harbours, the city is defined by its proximity to the sea. In the same way, it is this deep link with the ocean that gave Seascape its name.

Beautiful beaches stretch around the Auckland coastline and look out to the islands of the Hauraki Gulf. The city has many parks and reserves, often sited around the fifty volcanic cones that form its rolling skyline.

Auckland has a rich and diverse culture, and warm, friendly people. It features a vibrant CBD that climbs up from the stunning Viaduct Harbour to the top of the Sky Tower - with world-class dining, shopping and entertainment at every turn.

Regularly rated as one of the most liveable cities in the world, Auckland strikes the perfect balance of big city amenity and stunning natural landscape making it a truly special corner of the world.




Seascape is on a prominent corner site at 83 Custom Street East on the edge of Britomart in the Auckland CBD. It is the perfect location for those who enjoy the energy and excitement of inner-city living.

The CBD has every amenity you could wish for in walking distance – supermarket, gym, banks, department stores, boutique retail, food courts, restaurants, bars and cafés – and the University of Auckland, AUT and Media Design School are all just a short walk away. Seascape is surrounded by lush green spaces including the Auckland Domain, Albert Park and Victoria Park. 

If you want to travel outside of the CBD, the Britomart Transport Hub includes the train station, multiple bus terminals and the ferry building. Seascape is also close to motorway onramps at Stanley Street, Nelson Street and Fanshawe Street.

Seascape is zoned for Freemans Bay School, Ponsonby Intermediate, Auckland Girls Grammar School and Western Springs College.




The Auckland CBD strikes a perfect balance of big city energy and stunning natural beauty. It offers world-class entertainment, dining and shopping set around a spectacular harbour and cityscape. From the lavish Viaduct Harbour to the bohemian vibes of Karangahape Road, the CBD surprises and delights with its unique character, culture and diversity.

Green Spaces in the Britomart Precinct

Green Spaces in the Britomart Precinct



Seascape is the perfect location for those that enjoy living by the water. It is just a short walk to the water’s edge where you can enjoy the restaurants and boating lifestyle of the Viaduct and Westhaven, the coastal activities and beaches of Tamaki Drive, and the Ferry Building which is the gateway to the Waitemata Harbour and the islands beyond including Rangitoto and Waiheke Islands.

The Auckland Art Gallery

The Auckland Art Gallery


Queen Street is home to some of the city’s best entertainment and cultural activities with the Auckland Art Gallery, the Central Library, Event Cinemas and IMAX, Civic Theatre, Aotea Centre, Q Theatre, the Town Hall, SkyCity Casino and the Sky Tower. Vector Arena and the Auckland War Memorial Museum are also just a short walk from Seascape.

Shopping in Britomart Precinct

Shopping in Britomart Precinct


The CBD features Auckland’s best shopping with renowned department stores, Smith & Caugheys and DFS Galleria; international fashion labels including Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Dior, Tiffany & Co; New Zealand’s top designers including World, Karen Walker, and Kate Sylvester; large chain stores including H&M; and an eclectic range of boutique retail for every taste and budget.

Amano Restaurant - image supplied by Hip Group

Amano Restaurant - image supplied by Hip Group


Many of Auckland’s best restaurants, bars and eateries can be found in the central city. Located next to SkyCity Casino, Federal Street boasts a number award-winning restaurants. Downtown is a hot-spot for local and international cuisine with Café Hanoi, Ostro, Ebisu, Ortolana, and Amano, just to name a few.