Curve Birtinya enjoys healthy interest from retirees

Curve Birtinya enjoys healthy interest from retirees
Curve Birtinya enjoys healthy interest from retirees

Retirees and empty nesters are being drawn to Cube Developments’ new $37 million residential project at Birtinya due to its low maintenance lifestyle and proximity to world class health facilities, developers say.

Curve Birtinya occupies a waterfront site within strolling distance to the newly-opened $1.8 billion Sunshine Coast University Hospital and University Private Hospital, with Oceanside’s new shopping centre and large retail development also on the doorstep.

The development features 55 one, two and three bedroom apartments offering northerly water views, spacious light-filled interiors, high ceilings, quality appliances, generous balconies, and room to entertain.

Seven expressions of interest have been received from the project, with retirees and downsizers seeking an alternative to retirement home living forming the bulk of the interest.

Cube Developments’ Scott Juniper said Curve Birtinya was attracting strong interest from retirees who wanted the freedom and flexibility of their own home without the complexities of buying into a retirement village.

"More senior buyers are realising they can downsize their homes without downsizing their lifestyle and enjoy the benefits of building a bigger nest egg, lower maintenance costs, cheaper utilities, greater independence and the freedom to travel," Juniper said.

"For empty nesters, retirees or buyers looking to get a foothold in the booming Birtinya market with a view to settling here in the future, Curve Birtinya has so much to offer."

Curve Birtinya offers a prime lakeside within the Oceanside Health Hub – a 17-hectare development alongside the Sunshine Coast Health Precinct.

Stage One of the new Stockland’s Oceanside Shopping Centre is expected to commence in January and will feature six restaurants, Coles and Aldi supermarkets and more than 40 new retailers on completion.

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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