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    Buyers descend on Athena


    Buyers descend on Athena


    IN a $55 million buyer blitz, more than 60 per cent of Aniko Group’s latest development has sold since its launch only three weeks ago.

    The $125 million project, named Athena Residences, is attracting a swarm of owner-occupiers who are searching for a waterfront apartment lifestyle within an established community, such as Hope Island.

    The run of sales in the new project follows the sell-out of its $140 million No.1 Grant Avenue development -the second stage of which is under construction.

    Aniko Group founder, George Mastrocostas, said its sales program had continued its pace unabated from 1 Grant Avenue to Athena Residences, with downsizers eager to secure a place.

    He said the opening of the Hope Island Marketplace shopping precinct, Hope Island train station and pending Coomera Connector had made Hope Island a sought-after location in which to live.

    “It’s incredible to see the strength of the local market which has just been superseded by interstate interest in recent months,” said Aniko Group sales and marketing director Peter Malady.

    The first release of Athena Residences encompasses 122 units, two and three bedroom sky homes, ranging in price from $479,000 to $1.5 million.

    “Athena Residences is a unique product in that it provides an adaptive layout typically unseen in apartment floor plans,” Mr Malady said.

    Excerpt only. Continue reading at Gold Coast Bulletin

    Originally published by Gold Coast Bulletin Real Estate Guide
    SEPTEMBER 04, 2021

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