Right on cue in style

McGrath Projects’ apart­ments in South­port will fill a TV-driven de­mand for the trendy

Weekend Gold Coast Bulletin - Property - - MARKET WRAP - WORDS ALEISHA PIDGEON

Three sales have been se­cured at new South­port de­vel­op­ment Lo­tus Res­i­dences since its launch on the mar­ket last week.

McGrath Projects Gold Coast sales man­ager Todd Mathe­son says in­ter­est has been strong in the 12 two-bed­room, two bath­room apart­ments at 124 Fal­con St.

“It’s been a com­bi­na­tion of first-home own­ers and also in­ter­state in­vestors from Syd­ney and Melbourne,” Todd ex­plains.

“The big­gest thing is it’s a unique prod­uct – there’s not a lot of unique bou­tique blocks in South­port.

“What most peo­ple have liked is the aes­thet­ics of it.

“This de­vel­oper has chan­nelled the en­ergy from TV shows such as The Block and have re­alised that the gen­eral pub­lic want a bit more flair as ev­ery­one’s ex­pec­ta­tions are grow­ing.”

The apart­ments fea­ture earthy tones, wood-look floor­ing, and high-end fit­tings and fix­tures in­clud­ing Lam­i­nam stone benches in the kitchen. The in­te­rior was com­pleted by renowned in­te­rior de­signer Adele Bates while each apart­ment has live-in bal­conies, with in­te­grated bar­be­cues and mov­able screens.

Jack­son Prop­erty Group de­vel­oped Lo­tus Res­i­dences with a fo­cus on bou­tique, res­i­den­tial liv­ing.

Con­struc­tion is ex­pected to start on the four-level build­ing in March and be fin­ished by the end of the year.

Apart­ments are priced be­tween $415,000 and $480,000. Body cor­po­rate fees are $41 per week.

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