Aniko Group has secured a quick burst of sales at its Athena Quays, Hope Island apartment project.
The second stage quick sales, where 51 of the 87 units have sold, following a similar result in stage one, which is now 85 per cent sold. There will be 177 apartments across the two eight-level Athena Quays buildings, which sit adjacent to Aniko’s Athena Residences.
Only a handful of two and three-bedroom layouts remain, after $105 million in sales was secured in three months.
Sales and Marketing Director of Aniko Group, Peter Malady, says the buyer blitz is driven by local owner occupiers, many of whom had previously missed out on securing a property in Aniko’s exclusive neighbouring development, Athena Residences.
“The successful sales we have achieved for Athena Quays can be attributed to the influx of demand we have received from buyers who missed out on our earlier development, Athena Residences,” said Malady.
“The opportunity to secure such a generously-sized luxury waterfront apartment in the current market are extremely limited, and as a result, we have seen strong sales from buyers wanting to secure their own private Hope Island oasis.”
Malady says Athena Quays holds a strong appeal to owner occupiers from both the Gold Coast and Brisbane in particular given its close proximity to both CBDs as well as Brisbane and Coolangatta Airports, plus nearby fine dining, upscale shopping, and premier golfing precincts.
“We are also witnessing sales from many owner occupiers from Brisbane and the Gold Coast who are making the move to Hope Island, as a result of the growth and connectivity of the area,” he added.
Managing Director of Aniko Group, George Mastrocostas says the launch of sales for Athena Quays has emerged with spectacular timing to a market rife with demand for affordable high-quality residences in the heart of Hope Island.
“Our uncompromising focus is on providing high quality, well-designed and affordable modern waterfront apartments, with unbeatable amenity and facilities, at a time when supply on the Gold Coast is low,” said Mastrocostas.
“Building on the success of Athena Residences, we fast-tracked the sales process for Athena Quays to meet the continued demand for beautiful and spacious waterfront apartments in this popular residential precinct.
“We are humbled and encouraged by the continued demand and support for our luxury waterfront apartment living in Hope Island and are pleased to be continuing our long-term commitment to supporting the growth and revitalisation of the area.”
With a $500 million workbook under its belt, Aniko Group has been progressively transforming the Hope Island landscape over the past two years, cementing itself as one of South-East Queensland’s leading developers.
Construction works are expected to commence in the next few weeks with completion estimated for late 2023.
Article source: www.urban.com.au