Winten secure 60% sales in Main Beach apartment tower Belvedere

Winten’s national head of residential sales Karl Rameau said the line share of buyers have been locals that already live in the area

The local Gold Coast developer Winten Property Group has already secured over 60 per cent of its apartment sales in their latest Main Beach tower, Belvedere.

That’s seen construction of the 24-level tower at 25 Woodroffe Avenue fast-tracked, with Hutchinson Builders now kicking off the build of the 127 apartment building toward the start of October

Winten’s national head of residential sales Karl Rameau said the line share of buyers have been locals that already live in the area, as well as those from interstate who already own.

Rameau says nature of the site and the sheer size of the BDA Architecture-designed building and the apartments has been a defining difference for buyers.

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Belvedere 25 Woodroffe Avenue, Main Beach QLD 4217

“It’s a fairly big building on a generous block of land”, Rameau said.

“A lot of 27-level buildings are on anywhere between 500 sqm and 1000 sqm, but Belvedere is on 2,655 sqm which gives residents a higher level of movability around the building.”

Rameau says the apartment sizes have been attractive with the downsizer.

“The two-bedroom apartments have 120 sqm to 130 sqm of living space, which is generous for the Gold Coast these days”, Rameau suggests, with the two-bed apartments starting from $780,000 and three-bedrooms from $1,075,000.

There are a handful of skyhomes rom $1.56 million and five terraces from $2.2 million.

“The bulk of sales have been between that $800,000 to $1.5 million mark to the owner-occupier.”

The Woodroffe Avenue tower is just 100 metres to Tedder Avenue, 300 metres to the beach and 450 metres to the closest tram stop.

There’s a 24 metre lap pool with cabanas and daybeds.

The development is across the road from White, the owner-occupier focused apartment block of just 27 full floor apartments.

 

Article Source: www.urban.com.au