Gold Coast-style intensification will solve Auckland housing crisis, says economist

  • An economist is bewildered Auckland’s million-dollar Tamaki Dr waterfront strip does not have “line to line skyscrapers” like the Gold Coast.

Former Reserve Bank chairman Arthur Grimes said during a panel on the future of Auckland housing that he grew up in Kohimarama and he could “not understand why that whole area from Orakei to St Heliers is not like the Gold Coast”.

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The skyscrapers along Surfers Paradise beach in the Gold Coast.

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