Hub of ac­tiv­ity opens

Res­i­dents can now en­joy the new recre­ational hub within the $200 mil­lion Van­tage com­mu­nity

Weekend Gold Coast Bulletin - Property - - FRONT PAGE - WORDS MICHELLE HELE

NEW res­i­dents in the $200 mil­lion mas­ter planned Van­tage com­mu­nity at Benowa now have ac­cess to the full recre­ational hub.

The com­ple­tion of the gym and sauna add to the al­ready fin­ished fa­cil­i­ties in­clud­ing an un­der­cover bar­be­cue pav­il­ion and out­door pools.

The lat­est work now com­pletes the leisure precinct in the devel­op­ment. It sits within 2ha of land­scaped gar­dens and only res­i­dents can ac­cess it through se­cu­rity-coded en­try.

Knight Frank’s head of project mar­ket­ing Chris Litfin said the devel­op­ment ap­pealed to buy­ers who wanted low main­te­nance apart­ment liv­ing, but with ac­cess to re­sort fa­cil­i­ties.

Once com­plete, the en­tire project will have five res­i­den­tial build­ings. The first three have sold and set­tled and in the fourth build­ing, Dawn, 41 of the 113 apart­ments have sold.

Mr Litfin said with so much of the devel­op­ment fin­ished, prospec­tive buy­ers were able to see what they were buy­ing.

“Prospec­tive buy­ers are no longer buy­ing a dream, they can see first-hand that the dream has been de­liv­ered,” he said. “The fact that all fa­cil­i­ties and lo­cal life­style ameni­ties have been built up­front means buy­ers are buy­ing off the plan with­out the risk.’’

Dawn has 113 two and three-bed­room apart­ments with prices start­ing from $495,000.

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