New Gold Coast villa project pushes design boundaries

UNIQ is set to be built in Bundall on the Gold Coast.
An eye-catching villa project is set to help transform a Gold Coast suburb known for its business, culture and horse racing precincts into a luxury residential haven.
Boutique developer Devlink Group is launching UNIQ, a 22-residence development at 2-4 Waterford Court, Bundall.
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The kitchens offer top-end appliances.
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Devlink Group head of marketing James Ball said the project offered an incredible addition to the suburb.
“Our focus as a business has been developing and delivering boutique townhouse projects in some of the Gold Coast’s most desirable locations just as interest in the area escalates – something we experienced with our Kirra VIII project and now appear to have done again with UNIQ,” Mr Ball said.
“Given the fast-growing population of the Gold Coast and the lack of land availability buyers are choosing this type of product as it gives them the opportunity to live in a location that allows for a great lifestyle while providing them the living space, they want with minimal upkeep required.
Villas have rooftop terraces.
Curves are a common theme at UNIQ.
“What makes it even more thrilling for us is the fact that our project is situated in a prime area, granting access to two prominent entertainment hubs — the Sunlight Lifestyle Precinct and Home of The Arts (HOTA), while still being only five to 10 minutes’ from the beach.”
Each villa will include three bedrooms and a self-contained multipurpose room, three bathrooms, luxury fittings, private lifts and rooftop terraces.
There will be a communal pool for residents.
Private plunge pools will be included with the waterfront properties while a communal pool and barbecue facilities will be offered within the project.
Villas are priced from $1.885m to $1.995m with two already sold.
Each villa has three bathrooms.
Render of a bedroom in UNIQ.
Eric Chen, Head Of Business at Devlink Group said the company would continue to focus on high-quality projects.
“This project is perfectly pitched in that the high calibre of the design, location, residential amenities and large property size are all highly appealing to buyers targeting the Gold Coast region,” said Mr Chen.
The project is expected to be built by December, 2024.

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