“We are taking a different approach to Chevron Island in keeping with the community fabric of the island suburb,” Mastrocostas said
Gold Coast developer Aniko Group, the company behind the transformation of Hope Island, is headed to Chevron Island for its latest project.
Aniko has acquired a development site at Chevron Island on which it is planning a Plus Architecture-designed tower.
The 1,518 sqm site at 12-16 Weemala Street, sold by GV Property Group’s Luke Reaby, is positioned in the south-west pocket of Chevron Island, within easy access to the island suburb’s retail strip and the city’s emerging cultural precinct at HOTA.
Aniko managing director George Mastrocostas said he is currently reviewing his options for the Chevron Island site with a view to building on the success the company has achieved at Hope Island.
“We are taking a different approach to Chevron Island in keeping with the community fabric of the island suburb,” Mastrocostas said.
“Chevron is just a short walk to Surfers Paradise, the beach, the Gold Coast’s cultural heart and all the amenities the central Gold Coast has to offer. It’s both laid back and sophisticated at the same time, so these are the elements that we will inspire us when we finalise our plans.”
Plus Architecture Director Danny Juric says the tower will be inspired by ‘elegant simplicity’.
“Our concept for the project is really driven by this idea of creating more than an apartment – we want to create homes. Homes that sit in the sky gazing in 360 degrees across the waterways, city skyline, and sunsets over the hinterland,” he said.
“We want the structure to convey this simple elegance while being grounded by a collection of townhomes that complements the distinct village atmosphere of Chevron Island.”
Aniko Group is renowned for creating residences designed for owner occupiers.
The company’s latest development, No. 35 Grant Avenue, will bring to market 48 townhouses and 10 waterfront duplex villas to Hope Island. The development has been designed around an expansive park precinct with meandering walkways and gardens to create an urban oasis for residents.
“We are looking forward to transforming this site into a residential offering that will appeal to a broad range of buyers,” Mastrocostas added.
“Our aim is to create large living spaces and deliver a range of superb resident amenities that align with the convenience of the Chevron Island location.”
Over the past few years Aniko has been pivotal in the transformation of the Gold Coast’s North Shore, delivering back-to-back to sell-outs in its premium waterfront developments across Hope Island.
The company’s debut foray into the residential enclave saw it sell out stages 1 and 2 of its No. 1 Grant Avenue development in just five months.
Overflow demand quickly flooded its successive development, the $125 million Athena, located just across the road which spent just three months on the market.
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