Queensland-based, Greyburn has started construction on their Robina Grand Residences.
The building company with over 35 years’ experience achieved strong sales in the early stages of planning, with the development notching over the 90 per cent sold mark, accruing $45 million in sales to date.
Sitting just a stone’s throw from one of the Gold Coast’s premier shopping outlets, Robina Town Centre, Robina Grand Residences will comprise 69 apartments and four townhouses across its eight levels, offering a mix of two and three-bedroom apartments, along with the four-bedder townhouses.
Strong sales for the project have been attributed to the project’s cornering of the middle market, offering buyers luxurious living spaces for affordable prices.
Approaching a near sell out, Greyburn’s Co-Director, Aaron Hook, said the company was well positioned to deliver Robina Grand Residences, having delivered a variety of projects in the past, with construction costs of between $2 million and $30 million.
“Given that demand on the southern Gold Coast is higher than ever, we are excited to be commencing construction to bring this collection of ultra-desirable homes to life,” he said.
“Greyburn are well placed to navigate any issues facing the industry that may arise during our construction period, after we recently stepped in to complete construction on Minnippi Quarter following the collapse of Condev,” Hook added.
Taking its place at 1 Waterfront Place, Robina Grand Residences are also set to feature a suite of resort-style facilities, including a swimming pool and outdoor area with dining space and seating, set amongst sculptured landscaped gardens, with views to the Gold Coast skyline, hinterlands and iconic coastline.
The development will also include a fully-equipped gym and exercise health centre, featuring a pilates and yoga room, along with separate lounge areas, and retreat and games rooms.
Having built up an extensive portfolio in south-east Queensland, Robina Grand Residences joins a long list of successful residential projects under Greyburns belt, including the luxury apartments ORO in Biggera Waters, and Palladium in Hope Island.
Completion for Robina Grand residences is scheduled for late September 2023.
Article source: Queensland Property Investor