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