PLACE TO LIVE, EAT AND PLAY
Sunland Group’s $82 million Marina Concourse precinct is set for completion next month, with the retail and dining precinct recently revealed.
The new waterfront mixed-use development will feature 110 waterfront two and three-bedroom apartments, food and beverage offerings, a swim school, offices and a proposed childcare centre.
Inspired by classic architecture, the two tapered towers are poised perfectly upon their waterfront setting, making it an attractive backdrop for an integrated environment to live, work, eat and play.
“Marina Concourse presents an opportunity for retailers to become a part of the wider masterplanned environment at Royal Pines, which is home to over 700 residents, all living within proximity of the lifestyle village,” Sunland Group managing director Sahba Abedian said.
He said the architectural facades, gardens and waterfront retail would add vibrancy to the precinct and create an active meeting place for residents and the broader Gold Coast community.
The development is only a short walk to Metricon Stadium and offers views across to the Nerang River, the Gold Coast hinterland, and towards the Surfers Paradise skyline.
Residents-only facilities include a pool and adjacent pavilion privately nestled between Marina Concourse and the Nerang River.
The apartments feature open-plan interiors with soft and neutral tones. In the kitchen, there is light gloss cabinetry, bronze mirror splashbacks and stainless-steel appliances.
Mr Abedian said Sunland was now seeking interest from cafe and restaurant operators and health and beauty providers to complete the Marina Concourse lifestyle hub.
Marina Concourse mixed-use precinct has apartments, food and beverage, a swim school, offices, a proposed childcare centre and gardens.