AVID Property Group announce new $25 million Melbourne residential project

AVID Property Group announce new $25 million Melbourne residential project
AVID Property Group announce new $25 million Melbourne residential project

AVID Property Group (AVID) has announced a new $25 million, 205-lot residential project in Melbourne's south-eastern growth suburb of Officer.

The site will be AVID’s third residential community in Victoria, with the developer currently constructing the $1 billion, 1,658-lot master-planned community in Bloomdale, Diggers Rest and the 619-lot residential community Savana in Wyndham Vale.

AVID Victoria general manager Peter Vlitas (below with development manager Chris Ravat) said the acquisition forms part of AVID’s ambitious national growth strategy, supporting its goal to triple the company’s size and value by 2021.

“AVID’s new Officer development will be our next project in the highly sought-after south-eastern growth corridor, just 50kms from Melbourne’s CBD,” Vlitas said.

With all planning permits already in place, construction is set to commence quite quickly in early 2019.

AVID Property Group announce new  million Melbourne residential project

 

Officer is well-placed to meet demand for the booming population of both Melbourne and nearby Dandenong CBD, creating more job opportunities and a wide range of housing options in the area.

“This acquisition is just another step forward for AVID, playing towards our company ambition to expand our residential portfolio and geographic footprint across the eastern seaboard,” he said.

The Officer development will offer buyers a choice in lot sizes ranging from 200m2 to 550m2 and will feature a prominent one-hectare central park.

“The south-east corridor has long been a very popular location for families to move to, offering growth, education and employment opportunities all located within a really beautiful location,” Vlitas said.

With four established schools located within a 100-metre radius and a further four in the surrounding vicinity, plus the metro train station and future Officer Town Centre only minutes from the site, Officer is an attractive choice for buyers looking for a good selection of facilities and local amenities.”

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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