CONSTRUCTION has started on one of the first buildings approved under a Gold Coast Council plan to revitalize the business hub of Southport.
Builders have today started work on the Oceans Apartment project, an architecturally designed seven storey apartment tower at 26-28 Gray Street, Southport.
The building will feature 27 apartments, including 25 two bedroom apartments extending from floors one to five and two three bedroom apartments on level six.
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The top floor of Oceans will include a 190sqm rooftop terrace which will be used by all the residents.
The project, which was approved under the council’s Priority Development Area regulations, is being developed by luxury builder DanKav.
Headed up by low profile builder Daniel Veitch, DanKav has appointed the project marketing arm of John Henderson Professionals Mermaid Beach to sell the project.
Principal Andrew Henderson said Southport was enjoying a fresh breath of new life as the city’s business and administrative heart because the Gold Coast City Council had recognised the importance of the city centre.
“The council has paved the way for Southport to be reinvigorated as the centre for business and living,’’ Mr Henderson said.
“The Gold Coast’s CBD is set to be revitalized in the next decade and this project is one of the first to get underway as part of that rejuvenation.”
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