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    Bookend suburbs dominate off plan

    Bookend suburbs dominate off plan


    The locations of Hope Island in the north and Coolangatta in the south are leading the runaway success of new development sales along the coast.

    THE Gold Coast’s off the plan property market continues to flourish in 2021, with the city’s main developers reporting robust sales, from land estates to luxury residential apartments.

    The city’s “bookends” – Hope Island in the north and Kirra and Rainbow Bay in the south are the most active with strong local buyer activity bolstered by increased interstate property hunters.

    In the $140 million 1 Grant Avenue at Hope Island by Aniko Group, the developer has reported 70 per cent of sales into the end of December while the recently launched Serenity Green townhouse collection within the nearby $650 million Serenity 4212 at Helensvale is also 30 per cent sold after just five months on the market.

    Excerpt only. Continue reading at Gold Coast Bulletin Real Estate Guide

    Originally published by Gold Coast Bulletin, January 09, 2021

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