Western Australian developer Pindan has launched its first Gold Coast project to market at Mermaid Beach.
Developer Pindan has been an active player on Australia's east coast over the past five years, with its funds management arm, Pindan Capital, overseeing $1.7 billion of development projects.
Its latest venture, a $110 million residential tower known as Mahala, will boast 94 spacious two and three bedroom apartments with two car bays, across 25-storeys.
The Cottee Parker designed residential tower, located on Peerless Avenue, will overlook Hedges Avenue, known colloquially as “millionaires row”.
The new tower will feature resort-style amenities including a terrace pool, residents lounge, private dining room along with a secure grocery and parcel delivery facility.
A rooftop solar farm system will allow residents to benefit from cheaper energy costs and lower strata fees.
“Mahala offers features you would expect in a private beachside home, a beautiful entry, and even a secure drop-off facility for residents who like to have their groceries, wine or other shopping items delivered,” Pindan director Nick Allingame said.
The tower sit just south of Sunland’s $200m, 45-storey tower which is currently on the market.
Colliers International residential director Andrew Roubicek said there had been well over 500 enquiries from prospective purchasers living locally as well as from Brisbane and interstate.
“Locals who are looking to make Mahala their home are saying the fact the vast majority of apartments are being sold with two carparks is a big drawcard, along with the prime location close to Hedges Avenue,” Roubicek said.
Pindan received planning approval in late July, with early construction work now commencing on site.