Queensland's Bohème Apartments stretching skyward

Queensland's Bohème Apartments stretching skyward
Queensland's Bohème Apartments stretching skyward

The construction at the Bohème Apartments in Robina is heading skywards this week as Robina and Varsity Lakes continue to solidify its position as Gold Coast City's centre for population and employment growth. 

Driven by local first home buyers, professionals, empty nesters and southern investors, the dual tower development is more than 60 percent sold, with sales topping $41 million.

The tower is being constructed by Brisbane based builder Cullen Group and is due for completion later this year.

Comprising of 52 apartments across seven levels, the construction of the two basement levels and podium for tower one have just been completed. 

Robina/Varsity has been identified as one of Gold Coast City's principal growth areas over the next t35 years by Australian futurist and demographer Bernard Saly and property analyst Urbis Research.

By 2050, Robina/Varsity's resident population and employee base are expected to more than double, with the area's economy predicted to grow 280% to $5.4 billion annually.

There is already a $1 billion-plus development and infrastructure investment underway in Robina, which will 'future-proof' the area and developer new projects to meet the needs of its growing population, which is expected to increase 

Bohème Apartments is part of The Robina Group's $250 million CityVillage masterplanned community, a waterfront urban village.

When complete it will comprise of 129 apartments across two towers, with facilities including a pool and barbecue terrace.

Two bedroom apartments at Bohème Apartments start from $459,000.

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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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