Rare Burleigh Heads site expected to become residential apartment development

Gold Coast apartment seekers look set to have the opportunity to secure an apartment on one of the rarest sites in Burleigh Heads.
The largest private landholding on the Burleigh headland has been listed through Colliers, and is expected to sell to a residential apartment developer.
The 3,809 sqm site, across 7-9 and 16-28 Rudd Street, has been held by Christian Youth Council Australia since 1945, who have operated a youth camp for almost 80 years on the site, which adjoins the Burleigh Heads National Park. It’s also a stone’s throw away from the beach and Tallebudgera Creek and within walking distance to some of the Gold Coast’s best cafés, restaurants and boutique shops.
Colliers is marketing the site as a ‘once in a lifetime opportunity’.

Colliers agent James Crawford says the sale of CYC Burleigh is a never to be repeated opportunity.
“This is largest private land holding available on the Burleigh headland and without doubt, is a once in a lifetime opportunity,” said Crawford.
“There has been a lot of focus on Burleigh Heads as one of the leading residential destinations in Australia and this site is accordingly expected to see some incredible interest.”
Director of Colliers, Steven King, says the CYC Burleigh site is unrivalled in size and is positioned in one of the most exclusive residential enclaves.
“Other land holdings of a similar size and position simply do not exist on the headland, so 3,809 sqm of land in Burleigh’s premier residential enclave is a truly special and unique offering,” said King.
”We anticipate the new owner will undertake some form of residential development in line with the residential and community zoning the site has.”
“We also expect the owner will investigate the additional 1,012 sqm of land which adjoins the site,” King added.

Article source: www.urban.com.au