first_imgThe developer is looking to continue its record of design excellence.Marina Concourse is Sunland’s second residential tower development within Royal Pines, drawing inspiration from Marina Residences, located across the waterfront.“Marina Residences was completed in 2014 and has won seven industry awards, including the National Apartment Complex of the Year Award at the 2016 HIA-CSR Australian Housing Awards,” Mr Abedian said.“We are seeking to continue this design excellence with Marina Concourse.” Sunland Group’s Marina Concourse project has drawn buyers.WORK has kicked off at the$82 million Marina Concourse – the final development within Benowa masterplanned community The Concourse at Royal Pines.The Royal Pines Marina, which was once a bustling Gold Coast landmark of the 1980s and 1990s, is being given a multi-million dollar transformation to become a vibrant waterfront residential, retail and leisure destination.Sunland Group last week started pouring the slab for the basement of the twin residential buildings of Marina Concourse, which will feature 110 two-bedroom and three-bedroom apartments. The majority will face north with views over the water. Construction has started on the landmark project.More than 40 apartments have been sold since the project launched last year, with prices starting from $499,000.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North11 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoSunland managing director Sahba Abedian said it was the final development within The Concourse, which the group first developed eight years ago.“Our vision for Marina Concourse is to create a vibrant, connected waterfront community which offers unique lifestyle amenities to residents of Royal Pines and those in Benowa, Ashmore and surrounding areas,” he said.“At the marina level, a collection of dining, retail and recreation spaces will be created for the enjoyment of residents and the community, with direct access to the waterfront.”Espresso Puro cafe, Superfish Swim School and Century 21 Central Gold Coast all opened at the site last year.“Sunland has also opened our newly-expanded Gold Coast offices within the precinct,” Mr Abedian said.“Future tenants will include a selection of food and boutique retail at the ground level of the residential buildings.”last_img

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