History

    2018

  • Construction of McDonalds at Ravenswood commenced 11th July
  • Titles for commercial lots at Ravenswood issued in June
  • Construction of Ravenswood BP Connect and Wild Bean Cafe started in May
  • 2017

  • Construction of Ravenswood Stage 1A residential area started in November
  • Construction of Ravenswood shopping centre commenced 4th April
  • 2016

  • 12 Riverside Park sections gifted to Queenstown Lakes Community Housing Trust
  • Yaldhurst Village development in Christchurch purchased
  • Ravenswood signs on New World, BP, McDonalds for commercial centre
  • New external Board of Directors appointed
  • 2015

  • Property Council of NZ Property Industry Associate of the Year Award 2015 awarded posthumously to Bob Robertson
  • Stages 6, 7 & 8 at Riverside Park launched and fully sold out
  • Stage 6 at Peninsula Bay launched
  • Marina Terrace Apartments project sold
  • 2014

  • Paul Croft appointed CEO
  • Ravenswood development launched in June with online auction day
  • Stage 5 at Riverside Park launched
  • Stage 5 at Peninsula Bay launched
  • NZ Cherry Partnership's Cromwell packhouse opened
  • 2013

  • Peninsula Bay wins Best Urban Land Development in NZ Property Council Awards
  • Stage 4 at Riverside Park launched
  • 2012

  • Stage 3 Riverside Park launched
  • 2011

  • Huntersglen fully sold
  • 2010

  • Canterbury Architecture Award awarded for Pegasus Golf + Sports Club, Pegasus
  • 2008

  • Hillend High Country Resort sold for 28 million
  • Environment Court consent for 41 lots granted at Hillend
  • Construction of wetlands area at Riverside Park begins
  • Titles to first 112 sections at Peninsula Bay
  • Stage 2 at Riverside Park released to the market
  • Stage 1 at Peninsula Bay comleted, stage 2 launched
  • 2007

  • Ravenswood block purchased
  • Riverside Park subdivision launched
  • Far Horizon Park wins Merit Award in 2007 Property Council NZ Awards
  • Construction of stage 1 at Peninsula Bay commenced
  • 2006

  • Peninsula Bay land re-zoned to low density residential
  • Pegasus launched to the public resulting in sales of $122m in one day
  • 2005

  • Riverside Terraces launched and titles issued
  • 2004

  • Riverside Village stage 3 titles issued and sales settled
  • Sold Flock Hill Station
  • Sold Oakridge Lodge
  • Riverside Village stage 3 launched and 100% sold
  • 2003

  • Peninsula Bay project launched, 100% of Stage 1 sites released and sold
  • Riverside Village stages 1 and 2 titles issued and sections settled
  • Far Horizon Park's last sections settled
  • Revamped and re-opened Oakridge Lodge
  • Lakeside Apartments penthouse levels settled
  • 2002

  • Lakeside Apartments first 3 levels settled and open for business
  • Acquired Flock Hill Station - 35,000 acre high country station
  • Acquired Oakridge Lodge
  • Riverside Village stage 2 launched
  • Riverside Village stage 1 launched, 100% sold on launch
  • Sunrise Bay fully sold and settled
  • 2001

  • Far Horizon project launched
  • Acquired Hillend High Country Station
  • Infinity Building completed
  • Lakeside apartments project launched, 100% sold on launch
  • Sunrise Bay titles issued
  • 2000

  • Sunrise Bay project launched
  • 1999

  • Infinity Investment Group Holdings Ltd incorporated
  • Purchased Sunrise Bay land
  • Purchased land for Marina Resort