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    Hope Island homes go on display

    Hope Island homes go on display


    A display village has been launched at the Gold Coast’s fastest selling project, No. 1 Grant Avenue. A selection of four apartments are being showcased at the soon-to-be completed $140 million Hope Island development by Aniko Group.

    The Gold Coast-based development company is pioneering this move and is witnessing unprecedented sales in Stage 1 as it gears up for the launch of Stage 2

    George Mastrocostas, founder and managing Director of Aniko Group, said the display village would give buyers an accurate glimpse of the life on offer at No. 1 Grant Avenue. “Many display villages have been made for house and land packages, but there has never before been one created for a residential project,” Mr Mastrocostas said.

    “Our team wanted to launch a range of apartments to show their diversity, luxury and ability to fit a broad range of tastes and preferences.

    The display village features a range of two and three-bedroom configurations furnished by Aniko Group’s in-house design team, with styles ranging from modern contemporary to Gold Coast Hamptons.

    “The sales campaign for Stage 1 of No. 1 Grant Avenue has been remarkable, especially given the current market conditions with COVID-19,” Mr Mastrocostas said.

    “We have experienced some interstate buyers who have purchased apartments in the middle of the pandemic, sight unseen, which is a testament to the value, quality and consumer confidence we offer our clients under the Aniko brand and mantra.”

    Excerpt only. Continue reading at Courier Mail

    Originally published by Courier Mail’s Home, August 22, 2020

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