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Aniko Secures Approval for $52m Housing Estate

Gold Coast developer the Aniko Group has won development approval for a $52-million house and land project at South Ripley in Brisbane’s west.

Led by George Mastrocostas, Aniko’s development will deliver 229-lots, averaging 400sq m, on a 24.6ha site in the Ripley Valley priority development area of Ipswich’s southern growth corridor.

The proposed development will be delivered over five stages and construction is scheduled to begin later this year. It is due to be completed by mid-2023.

About a third of the site, which is bounded by Barrams, Cumner and White Rock roads, will be dedicated to open space. Aniko has also proposed a new service station and convenience retail centre as part of the development.

“This is one of south-east Queensland’s fastest-growing urban areas and it’s also proving to be equally strong in terms of job growth, so we see a great future ahead for the project,” Mastrocostas said.

“While the appeal of this region began with affordability, increasingly we are seeing more buyers choosing the western growth corridor for lifestyle.”

Further south, Gold Coast-based Orchard Property Group has plans before the city council for a 502-lot masterplanned estate.

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▲ Aniko’s development at 31-35 Grant Avenue will comprise 58 townhouses and will be completed mid-2022. 

Aniko’s approved development forms part of a $400m pipeline, the centrepiece of which is a $140m residential project on the Hope Island waterfront, near the gateway to Sanctuary Cove.

The apartment project, at 1 Grant Avenue, has so far sold 70 per cent of apartments on offer in the weeks that followed work beginning the project’s second stage.

After that project’s successful launch, Aniko has now submitted plans for 58 townhouses at its neighbouring site between 31 and 35 Grant Avenue.

Mastrocostas said he had green lit that project in part thanks to the Queensland government moving ahead with plans for a new railway station in the area as well as the $1.5bn first stage of the Coomera Connector road.

Construction is also expected to begin soon on three new railway stations to be built on the Gold Coast line—Helensvale North (Hope Island), Pimpama and Merrimac.

Aniko said it will progress plans and begin construction on another $130-million residential precinct at 6-8 Sickle Avenue, comprising two 8-storey buildings.

 

Article Source: theurbandeveloper.com

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Tower reveal: Plans lodged for boutique Indooroopilly tower in Brisbane

A company associated with local developer and Verrecchio Property Group director Sandro Alberti has lodged plans to the Brisbane City Council

Brisbane’s Indooroopilly is set for a new boutique apartment tower.

A company associated with local developer and Verrecchio Property Group director Sandro Alberti has lodged plans to the Brisbane City Council for a 35 apartment block on Clarence Road.

Alberti paid $3 million for the 1,215 sqm block at 109-113 Clarence Road which had been marketed by Cushman & Wakefield as a boutique mixed-use development site which allows for up to eight storeys.

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There’s already plans by Prospect Architecture for an eight level tower, not including the two basement levels of garaging. Crowning the development will be a communal rooftop with swimming pool.

The plans suggest the development will be called The Fairmont.

There will be three two bedroom apartments and two three bedroom units on each level.

“Each unit is designed to encourage open plan living, with kitchen, dining room and living room opening onto balcony private open space”, the proposal reads.

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“Visually, the contemporary building design is consistent with the intent and character of the precinct.

“This includes a variety of materials and textures through brick cladding, rendered and painted blockwork, horizontal cladding, and metal battens assisting in the reduction of overall built form.

“The proposed landscaping and open space areas ensure the site is adequately vegetated, providing amenity for residents as well as adjoining neighbours and the relevant streetscape.”

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Article Source: www.urban.com.au

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Top projects in Broadbeach on the Gold Coast

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The Gold Coast residential market is booming thanks to its breezy lifestyle and relaxed atmosphere perfect for families and professionals

One of the fastest-growing cities in Australia, the Gold Coast has become a great location for investors and homebuyers.

Its residential market is booming thanks to its breezy lifestyle and relaxed atmosphere perfect for families and professionals.

Despite a decline in crane numbers over the last six months, the next six months is expected to see a flurry of sales as demand for apartments in the region continues to gather pace.

Broadbeach residents particularly have the best a suburb in Queensland has to offer, with a home in the laid-back beachside suburb that boasts all of the fun of the Gold Coast.

Many brand-new residences suitable for first home buyers, investors or downsizers offered at an affordable price point are available on the market now.

Urban takes a look at the top projects in Broadbeach.
1. Encore Broadbeach
Address: 22 Albert Avenue, Broadbeach QLD 4218
Two-bedroom apartments from $730,000

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Encore Broadbeach 22 Albert Avenue, Broadbeach QLD 4218 

Delivered by family-developer Andrews Projects, Encore boasts a collection of 84 vibrant apartments footsteps from the ocean.

The two, three and four-bedroom apartments are designed by HHH Architects and feature oversized balconies with costal views.

Other amenities include a 25-metre heated lap pool, state-of-the-art gym, private sauna, residents’ lawn and barbeque facilities.
2. Koko Broadbeach
Address: 12-14 Elizabeth Avenue, Broadbeach QLD 4218
Two-bedroom apartments from $719,000

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Koko Broadbeach 12-14 Elizabeth Avenue, Broadbeach QLD 4218 

Morris Property Group delivers 99 generous two and three-bedroom apartments at the vibrant Gold Coast development, Koko.

Inspired by the modern luxe of international boutique hotels, the residences feature modern fixtures, hotel-quality amenities and contemporary design.

A lap pool, modern gym facilities, private outdoor entertaining areas and gardens also feature at the project.
3. Opus, Broadbeach
Address: 16-18 Chelsea Avenue, Broadbeach QLD 4218
Two-bedroom apartments from $749,900

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Opus 16-18 Chelsea Avenue, Broadbeach QLD 4218 

Located in the heart of Broadbeach, Opus provides a great value apartment for investors and owner-occupiers.

Delivered by Morris Property Group, the 114-resident project features open-plan living and views over Surfers Paradise in two and three-bedroom configurations.

The resident also boasts access to a two-level recreation deck, featuring an open-air pool, landscaped yoga lawn and fully equipped gym.
4. Qube, Broadbeach
Address: 2-4 Jubilee Avenue, Broadbeach QLD 4218
Three-bedroom apartments from $1,495,000

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Qube 2-4 Jubilee Avenue, Broadbeach QLD 4218 

Yet another Morris Property Group development, Qube rises 40 levels and delivers 202 residences in one, two and three-bedroom configurations. Although, only three-bedroom apartments remain.

The development features a vibrant retail plaza, residents’ recreation deck and additional storage.

Setting a new destination precinct for Broadbeach, homebuyers will also enjoy luxury finishes including oversized floor-to-ceiling tiles, wool-blend carpets and Parisi tapware.

 

Article Source: www.urban.com.au

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Another apartment tower lodged in hot Gold Coast market

Gold Coast market

Plans have been lodged for Alba Residences, a $105 million apartment project at North Burleigh.

Developers can’t stay away from the booming Gold Coast market.

The longstanding Queenslander developer Devine Development Group is the latest to join the ever-growing index not wanting to miss out on the current Gold Coast apartment demand.

They’ve lodged plans for Alba Residences, a $105 million apartment project at North Burleigh.

Set on the dress circle Esplanade facing the beach, the 21 level tower designed by Bureau Proberts will comprise half and full floor residences catering for the top end of the market, with prices starting from $2.25 million.

The full floor apartments will span around 435 sqm and will have four bedrooms, a multi-purpose room, and four bathrooms, while the collection of half-floor apartments will have around 218 sqm of living space with three bedrooms.

The Melbourne-based Mim Design are handling the interior. There will be a lifestyle podium for residents where there will be a swimming pool and a gym.

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The facade of Alba Residences on Esplanade. Image supplied 

It will sit on Esplanade, just down the road from 88 Burleigh, the $90 million tower by Allure Property Corporation.

The seashell-inspired, 17-level tower on The Esplanade, across from Burleigh Heads beach, will home just 31 apartments..

Demand for apartments in Burleigh Heads continues to soar as a surge of interstate buyers is creating a critical shortage of supply, particularly for three bedroom apartments which are being snapped up by downsizers.

Adam Young of Burleigh Heads’ Black and Young Real Estate, who has been selling real estate in the area for over three decades, says he has never seen the market in Burleigh so strong.

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88 Burleigh on Esplanade. Image supplied 

Burleigh is the ‘go to’ destination on the Gold Coast as a lifestyle, entertainment and dining precinct and real estate sales are reflecting the suburb’s newfound popularity.

“The market is very strong, driven by interstate migration and downsizers who see apartment living in Burleigh Heads as under-valued given its central location and the national park setting which is not unlike Noosa,” Young says.

Veteran developer and Devine Development Group head David Devine said Alba would be one of the enduring luxury apartment projects for Burleigh Heads and the timing to enter the market could not be better.

“We have worked for a long time to bring a project together that epitomises beachfront apartment living and Alba is the creation of that,” said Mr Devine.

“We believe is it a fantastic time to enter the market. Burleigh Heads is undoubtedly one of the most sought after residential locations for the luxury downsizer anywhere in Australia and there is certainly currently a shortage of new apartment product tailored to this market.

“Interstate migration to the Gold Coast is very strong as is the value that the Gold Coast offers compared so the southern states. The market is certainly leading the way nationally.”

JLE Projects director Jamie-Lee Edwards says Alba will be the epitome of beachfront living on what is a very tightly held and very high demand beachfront precinct.

“The convergence of sophisticated architectural design and interior styling with uninhibited views and the unparalleled location of Australia’s most recognisable beach, Alba is the pinnacle of contemporary beachfront living.”

 

Article Source: www.urban.com.au

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