PLACE TO LIVE, EAT AND PLAY

The Courier-Mail - Home - - VILLAGE VIBE / LIFESTYLE HUB - ALEISHA DAW­SON

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.

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