Gold Coast City developer
Robina Group has fast tracked another release of new homes at its $200 million
The release follows on from unprecedented sales success, with more than $65 million in total sales recorded at the masterplanned community since its release last year.
Stage five of CityVillage comprises 22 premium lakefront terrace homes, most with double car garages, which will be priced from $599,000. Fourteen of the terrace homes are three-level homes and all feature high quality finishes.
The latest stage has been brought forward following the sales success of stage four, which saw 33 three-bedroom lakefront terrace homes sold out within weeks.
Robina Group director Tony Tippett said the sales success of CityVillage, which will ultimately comprise 500 homes, is testament to Robina’s strong fundamentals and a product designed to our purchaser’s requirements.
“CityVillage continues to attract buyers who want the lifestyle benefits of being able to live, work and play in the one amenity rich location,” he said.
“The community is located in CBDRobina, which is at the geographic heart of Gold Coast City and within 250-metres walking distance of Robina Town Centre, with all its shopping, dining and entertainment offerings.
“There is no doubt the improved market conditions across Gold Coast City are having an impact, but we believe delivering the design, quality, pricing and location is vindicated by the extraordinary market response in CityVillage.”
Mr Tippett said stage five represents the final chance for purchasers to secure a three-level lakefront terrace home in the CityVillage community.
"CityVillage is only 10 minutes drive to Burleigh Headland and the beach, it enjoys close and easy access to the M1 motorway, is 15 minutes drive to Gold Coast Airport and 45 minutes to both Brisbane Airport and Byron Bay."Since the start of the year, Robina Group has notched up close to $103 million in sales across its two new residential developments CityVillage and Riverlily, both located at the heart of CBD Robina.
“We have been working extremely hard to keep pace with the demand across the board," said Mr Tippett.