Master planned development at the Gold Coast Releases Fourth Building to Market


Vantage Gold Coast, a $200m master planned development at Benowa has released its fourth building to the market.

The 15-storey building "Dawn" offers 113 two and three-bedroom apartments. Developer Rayjon brought forward the release following the sellout of the initial three buildings – "Dusk", "Eve" and "Scape" – which comprised the first stage of the development.

Knight Frank Queensland head of project marketing Chris Litfin said Rayjon had decided to offer the larger format residences in the interests of providing a diversity of apartment styles at Vantage.

Liften said as with previous stages of Vantage, the dominant buyer profile was downsizing owner-occupiers from across the Gold Coast, “They are attracted to Vantage’s spacious and thoughtfully designed apartments, the superb array of leisure facilities already in place and the convenient, central location at Benowa."


Dawn’s two-bedroom apartments will range in size from 119 square metres to 145 square metres while the three-bedroom residences will span between 183 square metres and 221 square metres.

Apartments in Dawn are priced from $495,000 for two-bedroom and $945,000 for three-bedroom.

Mr Litfin said Vantage is set amid a two-hectare parkland featuring a swimming pool, gym, barbecue decks, resident lounge and intimate break-out areas.

When complete, more than 70% of Vantage’s Ross Street site will be dedicated to open space.

“We’ve experienced even more market traction since the completion of the neighbouring shopping centre, which includes a Coles supermarket, restaurants, cafes, specialty shops and services," Litfin said.

Vantage is adjacent to the RACV Royal Pines Resort and Benowa Village shopping centre.

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