Gold Coast developers Aniko Group has achieved a near sell-out ahead of construction on their Hope Island project, 35 Grant Avenue, prompting the group to fast track construction within weeks.
The $58 million development achieved sales success before the official launch of the luxury waterfront project, driven by strong demand from local buyers looking to secure a position in one of the northern Gold Coast’s most sought-after lifestyle suburb.
Over 90 per cent of the total 58 townhouses and duplex villas have already been sold, achieving over $53 million in sales to date, with just five residences remaining – including two waterfront villas.
The $53 million in sales achieved by Aniko represent an average price of $1 million for 35 Grant Avenue, which Aniko Group Managing Director George Mastrocostas said highlights the continued strength of the market for quality residences at Hope Island.
“35 Grant Avenue has appealed to a broad cross-section of buyers from singles, couples, families and retirees,” Mastrocostas said.
“All have been drawn by the waterfront lifestyle afforded by the location and the level of amenities we have included to elevate the residential offering.”
Prices for the remaining residences range from $875,000 for townhouses to $1.5 million for the waterfront villas which come with a private waterfront plunge pool.
“35 Grant Avenue has been designed as a stand-out development for the Hope Island waterfront precinct by bringing a sense of space and proportion through the inclusion of extensive open areas on site.”
Designed for resort-style living, the development will feature a range of state-of-the-art amenities for residents including a spacious pool area with sun-beds and outdoor showers, a communal herb garden, barbecue facilities and a fire pit.
Set in a gated community, featuring an expansive park precinct with meandering walkways and gardens, a number of the townhomes will connect directly to the community’s central park and pool recreation areas.
Also available is a select number of marina berths that provide bridge free access to the Gold Coast’s aquatic playground of island waterways and the Broadwater, with access exclusive to the residents.
The latest development adds to the company’s portfolio of projects at Hope Island, totalling more than $500 million over the last three years, with 35 Grant Avenue set to build on the company’s three previous successful projects.
Article source: www.urban.com.au