Pet wash bay and zen garden a hit with apartment buyers

first_imgA new $140 million waterfront project is set to transform a key site at Hope Island on the northern Gold Coast.A new $140 million waterfront project is set to transform a key site at Hope Island on the northern end of the Gold Coast.Fresh from the recent quick-fire sell-out of its $55 million Three72 Marine on the Gold Coast’s Broadwater, Aniko Group, headed by George Mastrocostas, has released an impressive series of apartments, called No. 1 Grant Avenue.The project will take advantage of a shortage of apartments in the Hope Island area and will be strategically positioned near the new Hope Island Marketplace.The development will feature 210 apartments across two buildings with a range of exclusive resort-style facilities.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus13 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market13 hours agoThe first stage at No. 1 Grant Avenue will have 105 apartments, ranging from one-bedroom, plus study to three-bedroom, plus study residences.Apartments will blend elements of modern yet timeless design, which offer spectacular water views and lush green surrounds. Buyers will enjoy access to a residents’ lounge, expansive pool with sundecks, a fully equipped gym overlooking a children’s indoor play area, zen garden, private media room, barbecue facilities, a pet wash bay and secure basement parking.Aniko will also lodge an application to construct marina berths so owners can enjoy easy access to the Broadwater and seaway.Mr Mastrocostas said the sell-out success of the Three72 Marine Parade apartment project in Labrador pointed to pent-up demand for quality apartment living on the Coast.Apartments will range from 86sq m to 176sq m. Prices start from $369,000. Aniko Group will start construction by mid-year.last_img

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