Marketing of Lakeview Te Taumata Stage 1 begins

Marketing of Stage 1 of the Lakeview Te Taumata precinct, being developed by 94 Four Feet, has commenced. Designed by Monk Mackenzie and Architectus in association, Lakeview Te Taumata is set to redefine luxury living in the heart of Queenstown. The masterplanned development brings a new dimension to lakeside living.

Located on the former council campground at the end of Man Street, Lakeview Te Taumata will encompass a multi-phase project delivering a vibrant community over the next decade. With over half of the site dedicated to open space, the precinct will become an active and complementary extension to the existing town centre. When completed, it will comprise an extensive range of luxury residences, hotels, a premier six-star offering and a lifestyle and wellness hotel, ground-floor retail, restaurants, bars, an art gallery, a public plaza and a hot-pools attraction.

Lots 7 & 8 will be implemented first, delivering a co-living hotel and four residential buildings with ground floor activation and amenities.

The scheme is organised into a solid podium, clad in contextual schist stone, with glazed apartment volumes above. The apartment buildings are rotated on the podium to maintain views to and from the Ben Lomond Reserve. The taller volumes modulate in height to create an articulated composition that mirrors the rise and fall of the mountain behind.

The first offering, the ‘Roto Collection’, comprises 224 apartments spread over three buildings ranging from eight to 12 levels. Designed to offer views over Lake Wakatipu and Queenstown’s renowned ski region, The Remarkables, the Roto Residences will provide a mix of studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom configurations. Apartments are arranged around a central core, allowing for maximum use of the perimeter and provision of generous terraces and Juliet balconies.

“Our team has been gearing up for this project for many years now, working with multiple stakeholders to create an exciting development that enriches the Queenstown experience for visitors while delivering significant benefits to the local community, including extensive infrastructure works.”

Ninety Four Feet Development Manager Charmaine Balchin


Lakeview Te Taumata aims to be a net-positive energy, water, and waste project with a cohesive design philosophy centred on sustainability, neighbourly intent, and experiential placemaking.

Lakeview Te Taumata, Queenstown Tāhuna