Moko Construction Promises $36 Million In Mixed-Use Offerings To Birtinya Island


The Moko mixed use residential and commercial project located on the banks of Lake Kawana at Oceanside Birtinya has officially commenced construction following strong sales.

The Moko project has a total sales value of $36 million and includes a combination of 55 apartments, townhouses and sky homes along with 1,704 square metres of retail and commercial space.

Convenience supermarket Foodworks and a café have already committed to 532m2 while further retail space is available for a waterfront restaurant and specialty shops including health and beauty day spas, hairdressers, bakery, fashion outlets as well as consulting rooms.

Moko spokesperson Greg Tuckwell said Hutchinson Builders team were now onsite with the commencement of construction of the Residences townhouses.


“The Residences includes 11 three bedroom, double garage townhouses with private use courtyard, the majority of these buyers are owner occupiers who will be able to enjoy the enviable lifestyle on offer by late 2017,” Mr Tuckwell said.

Hutchinson Builders Area Manager Michael Michell said his team was pleased to commence the lakefront development.


“The design of the Moko project is excellent and from a lifestyle point of view it represents a tremendous opportunity because of its great north facing waterfront location as well as its close proximity to the recently opened Sunshine Coast University Hospital and the proposed Town Centre,” Mr Michell said.

Mr Tuckwell anticipated there will be an average of around 80 workers on the Moko site each day during construction of the staged development.

Moko Apartments will offer a range of two and three bedroom apartments and 200m2 sky homes with water views.

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