Buy­ers make a bee­line

An­chor­age Apart­ments’ great fa­cil­i­ties and serene at­mos­phere are prov­ing pop­u­lar with a wide range of po­ten­tial res­i­dents

Weekend Gold Coast Bulletin - Property - - AUCTION - WORDS ALEISHA DAW­SON

HOPE Is­land’s $100 million project An­chor­age Apart­ments has recorded more than $40 million in sales.

The 228 apart­ments tak­ing shape on a 1.69ha site on Shee­han Ave, are be­ing de­vel­oped by Ri­chope Pty Ltd.

Stage three of the seven-stage project was re­leased ear­lier this year af­ter the first two stages sold out. Al­most half the res­i­dences in stage three have sold.

An­chor­age fi­nan­cial con­troller Reza Niari said the apart­ments had wide ap­peal and would suit first home buy­ers, re­tirees and long-term Hope Is­land res­i­dents seek­ing to down size.

“Res­i­dents are able to en­joy the quiet seren­ity of the vil­lage at­mos­phere while be­ing only a short drive from cen­tral Gold Coast,” Mr Niari said.

The mod­ern and stylish apart­ments fea­ture earthy fin­ishes with glass and stain­less steel.

“These homes are a true rep­re­sen­ta­tion of so­phis­ti­ca­tion with a mod­ern twist on the coastal style,” he said.

Fa­cil­i­ties will in­clude a gym, jet­ties, 6000sq m of open space and a small re­tail precinct with a cafe and con­ve­nience store.

Each apart­ment will have a dou­ble-car space and all res­i­dents will have ac­cess to the com­mu­nal veg­etable gar­den.

Apart­ments in stage three are priced from $488,000.

Queens­land-based de­vel­oper Ri­chope Pty Ltd has de­liv­ered low-rise and mixed-use projects on the Gold Coast since 1990.

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