Port of Air­lie launches ‘The Cove’ sub­di­vi­sion

Whitsunday Times - - LOCAL NEWS -

THE Whit­sun­day’s lat­est wa­ter­front sub­di­vi­sion has been re­leased, with ‘The Cove’ of­fi­cially open­ing at the weekend.

The new sub­di­vi­sion is lo­cated near the propsed ferry ter­mi­nal on the Ju­bilee Pocket side of the re­tail precinct.

The new de­vel­op­ment at Port of Air­lie held a pre­sen­ta­tion at the sales of­fice on Satur­day af­ter­noon, al­low­ing in­ter­ested on­look­ers the op­por­tu­nity to view the es­tate from the sky (through a scenic he­li­copter ride) or by sea (char­ter boat ride around the port). Port of Air­lie gen­eral man­ager Andrew Forster, who de­scribed the lots as unique propo­si­tions, wanted to en­sure view­ers could ex­pe­ri­ence the prop­er­ties from a va­ri­ety of spec­tac­u­lar an­gles.

“The Cove of­fers rare al­lot­ments un­com­mon be­tween here and Port Dou­glas,” he said.

“Per­son­ally I’m very proud and I’m sure The Cove will have a won­der­ful fu­ture here. I hope po­ten­tial buy­ers re­alise how rare it [The Cove] is.” The Cove of­fers 23 wa­ter­front land lots on the doorstep of what will even­tu­ally be a state-of-the-art tran­sit hub.

The Cove also of­fers se­cure 12 x 15m ma­rine berths for boat own­ers. So far seven blocks have been sold while a fur­ther two con­tracts have been is­sued.

“With the amount of in­ter­est and en­quiries we’ve had, we’re very con­fi­dent of more re­sults in the next few weeks,” Mr Forster said.

For more in­for­ma­tion visit http:// www.porto­fair­lie.com.au

UNIQUE: Port of Air­lie gen­eral man­ager Andrew Forster says The Cove land re­leases will of­fer a rare op­por­tu­nity for buy­ers.

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