Buy­ers look to Chevron

Lo­cal owner-oc­cu­piers and in­vestors are show­ing plenty of in­ter­est in the Stan­hill

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

AN eight-level “view­ing plat­form” built for po­ten­tial buy­ers to see the vis­tas on of­fer at the new $35 mil­lion Stan­hill apart­ment de­vel­op­ment has cre­ated plenty of in­ter­est in the pro­ject.

The pro­ject, on Chevron Is­land, has of­fi­cially hit the mar­ket fol­low­ing strong buyer de­mand.

The nine level build­ing will be built on a 1,639sqm site on the cor­ner of Stan­hill Drive and Weemala St, and of­fer views of the water­ways and Surfers Par­adise sky­line.

Marquee De­vel­op­ment Part­ners’ CEO Mark Sped­ding said ini­tial buyer de­mand ex­ceeded ex­pec­ta­tions.

“We built an eight level view­ing plat­form on site so prospec­tive buy­ers could wit­ness the spec­tac­u­lar vis­tas on of­fer, and this has re­sulted in a num­ber of reser­va­tions taken,” he said.

“Feed­back from those who have in­spected the site and our de­vel­op­ment plans has been ex­tremely pos­i­tive, with sig­nif­i­cant value for money, high qual­ity de­sign and the lifestyle on of­fer cited as the top rea­sons for choos­ing Stan­hill Chevron Is­land.”

Stan­hill com­prises a mix of two and three bed­room apart­ments, priced from $499,000 to $799,000.

“We have part­nered with the award­win­ning BDA Ar­chi­tects to en­sure the de­sign of Stan­hill is com­men­su­rate with its lo­ca­tion, com­plete with a re­sort-style rooftop space in­clud­ing a large spa, gym, barbeque ter­race and pri­vate din­ing room, where res­i­dents can re­lax and watch the sun set over the river and moun­tains,” he said.

“This is com­ple­mented by an­other pool at ground level pro­vid­ing an ad­di­tional pri­vate re­cre­ation space.”

“We have en­gaged renowned builder Raw­corp to com­mence con­struc­tion this De­cem­ber, so buy­ers at Stan­hill can have con­fi­dence the pro­ject is mov­ing ahead, with com­ple­tion ex­pected in the first quar­ter of 2020.”

Mr Sped­ding said early in­ter­est in the pro­ject stemmed from lo­cal owner oc­cu­piers and in­vestors look­ing to lever­age Chevron Is­land’s trans­for­ma­tion into the city’s cul­tural heart­land.

“Chevron Is­land is un­der­go­ing a re­nais­sance through ur­ban gen­tri­fi­ca­tion, led by the on­go­ing de­vel­op­ment of the Home of the Arts (HOTA), which will soon boast a new $60 mil­lion art gallery as part of a planned $380 mil­lion cul­tural precinct” he said.

“With early works un­der­way to es­tab­lish a green pedes­trian and cy­cle bridge link­ing Chevron Is­land to HOTA, res­i­dents will soon be less than a five-minute walk from the best mu­sic, art and en­ter­tain­ment the city has to of­fer. “

He said easy ac­cess to the light rail with ac­cess to He­lensvale and Bris­bane was also a big draw­card.

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