Leading Gold Coast property developer Aniko Group is about to put up the sold out sign on their $500 million development spree that has transformed Hope Island over the last four years.
Aniko has one remaining sky home in its Athena Residences, presenting the final chance for buyers to become a part of what has been one of the most transformative residential precincts ever seen at Hope Island.
The successful sale of the sky home, priced at $1,895,000, will close a great chapter for Aniko Group which has established itself as one of the eminent private property development companies on the Gold Coast, headed by George Mastrocostas.
Aniko Group has now pivoted its attention to its proposed $1.5 billion development at Mermaid Beach, which will transform a dormant site adjacent to Pacific Fair shopping centre into a vibrant mixed-use precinct featuring residential, hotel, office, and retail spaces, accompanied by a new waterfront dining precinct.
The company is also gearing up to commence construction on the $120 million Orama at Chevron Island.
Business Development Manager at Aniko Group, Amanda Malady, has been instrumental in spearheading the sales success of Athena Residences.
“We have witnessed an extraordinary level of interest and demand for the Athena Residences,” said Malady.
“Within three months of launching to the market, more than half of Athena Residences’ had been snapped up by eager buyers wanting to get their hands on an Aniko property after witnessing the sell-out of its sister project across the road.
“This final sky home presents the last opportunity for buyers seeking an unparalleled waterfront lifestyle within the stunning Athena Residences.”
The apartment spans 258 sqm and has three bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, a study, butler’s pantry, and premium features including Miele appliances, herringbone timber floors, basement storage and three dedicated carparks.
Athena Residences is a unique product in that it provides an adaptive layout typically unseen in apartment floorplans, allocating additional space to allow for the choice of working from home, plus the resort style facilities and the abundance of open space and greenery which covers a massive 60 per cent of the site.
Article source: www.urban.com.au