Work kicks off on new Robina project

Owner-oc­cu­piers are lead­ing de­mand at Raw­corp’s new apart­ment project, Belle­vue at The Glades with buy­ers at­tracted to spa­cious floor plans and its cen­tral lo­ca­tion

Weekend Gold Coast Bulletin - Property - - FRONT PAGE - WORDS ALEISHA DAW­SON

CON­STRUC­TION has started on Raw­corp’s new luxury apart­ment project, Belle­vue at The Glades, which is more than 50 per cent sold.

Belle­vue, the first apart­ment build­ing to be built at The Glades in Robina in over 15 years, will fea­ture 58 apart­ments across two build­ings.

Mar­ket­ing Projects SEQ di­rec­tor Kyia An­der­son said con­struc­tion was brought for­ward fol­low­ing a strong sales launch.

“Sales have been strong since Belle­vue hit the mar­ket in March, with 29 apart­ments now sold and it is lo­cal owner-oc­cu­piers driv­ing the de­mand,” she said.

“Down­siz­ers have been at­tracted to the spa­cious floor plans and re­laxed life­style of­fer­ing, while the value for money, cen­tral lo­ca­tion and lo­cal ameni­ties have ap­pealed for first home buy­ers.

“With con­struc­tion mov­ing for­ward so quickly, it has in­stilled a lot of con­fi­dence in our ex­ist­ing and prospec­tive buy­ers and we ex­pect the sales mo­men­tum to con­tinue.”

Belle­vue is be­ing built on a 2865sq m site on Glades Drive.

“Robina is recog­nised as one of the most live­able suburbs on the Gold Coast, with much of city’s pop­u­la­tion growth con­cen­trated around the Robina/Var­sity area,” Ms An­der­son said.

“Coastal fringe suburbs such as Robina of­fer af­ford­able prod­uct and easy ac­cess to pub­lic trans­port, health­care ser­vices, ma­jor en­ter­tain­ment and re­tail hubs, with the sub­urb’s walk­a­bil­ity ap­peal­ing to both owner-oc­cu­piers and in­vestors.

“Belle­vue is ide­ally po­si­tioned close to Robina Town Cen­tre, the Robina rail­way sta­tion, with prox­im­ity to nu­mer­ous pub­lic and pri­vate schools.”

Most apart­ments are more than 110sq m, with the ma­jor­ity fac­ing north east over­look­ing The Glades golf course’s 18th hole.

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