Frankton Road

Redrawn plans for a Queenstown hotel reflect the new district plan's more liberal height restrictions. Auckland-based Shundi Customs Ltd has relodged a resource consent application for an 86-room, five- to six-star hotel on Frankton Road, close to downtown Queenstown. The guest...

Leaky lawsuit

Local ratepayers could be picking up a $40 million tab to repair a leaky Queenstown apartment complex. Work to repair the first of four blocks in the 84-unit Oaks Shores Apartments, off Frankton Road, is due to start in April. In...

Resort’s drink-drive dimwits

A Queenstown judge has once again vented her frustrations about the district's chronic drink-drive problem. Another 10 drink-drivers were in the district court dock before Judge Bernadette Farnan on Monday – that's a little over par for course in the...

$60m blockbuster unveiled

A luxury $60 million hotel is proposed for one of Queenstown's largest undeveloped sites. Auckland-based Shundi Customs has applied for consent for a five- to six-star, 68-room hotel on Frankton Road, less than a kilometre from the CBD. It's two-and-a-half levels...
A new Queenstown housing development will include $1.35 million properties with money-making flats. Mooreliving Homes is building 15 houses on land off Frankton Road, across the road from the planned $10 million-plus Queenstown Marina. Developer Joshua Moore says he'd originally planned...

Vacant gem set to shine

Major interest is expected in a vacant visitor accommodation-zoned site near downtown Queenstown that went on the market last Thursday. The 885 square metre site – a popular pedestrian short-cut on the corner of Suburb Street and the main Frankton Road...
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