Aniko launch Orama apartments on Chevron Island

Aniko launch Orama apartments on Chevron Island
Orama Chevron Island
Joel Robinson December 26, 2022

Buyers following the journey of developer Aniko Group are set to be offered something different in the prominent developer's portfolio.

Aniko, who have been responsible of the extensive residential development on Hope Island over the last few years, are branching out, but sticking with island life.

Their latest project to launch is Orama, on the in-demand Chevron Island, which has seen a boom in development in the last few years since the establishment of the Home of the Arts (HOTA) precinct.

Orama will rise 21 levels from 12-16 Weemala Street, conveniently located just off Thomas Drive, the retail, food and cafe which dissects the island. The site, put together by GV Property Group, is also located on the sought-after eastern side of Chevron Island, which makes it just a short 950 metre walk over the bridge to the heart of Surfers Paradise.

There will be 102 apartments in the tower, six units per floor on the lower levels comprising two-bed, two-bath units with a study, and most with two car parks. Prices start from $795,000.

 

On the higher levels there are three-bedroom skyhomes and two penthouses.

Plus Architecture has designed the tower, noting in their submission that they always design with the intent to produce buildings that are not only beautiful, but considered, functional and lasting.

A statement of Aniko's efficiency in the development space, they've taken just 10 months to go from site acquisition to project launch, having secured the sqm site in February. They got the green light from the Gold Coast City Council in October, and are expecting to start construction in the first half of next year.

Aniko Managing Director George Mastrocostas said they were extremely happy to have council approval behind them, as they now look to the next phase of delivering Aniko’s signature dose of luxury to Chevron Island

“With all approvals now in place, we are looking forward to carrying the next luxury offering into Chevron Island, which will be competitively priced against other off the plan stock in the area,” Mastrocostas said.

 

While still delivering their projects on Hope Island, Aniko looked away from the popular pocket to bring something new to their portfolio.

“This pocket of the Gold Coast has a unique character that you can’t replicate elsewhere – its exclusive, its vibrant and its quickly becoming one of the most sought after residential enclaves on the coast,” Mastrocostas said.

“Orama is just a short walk to Surfers Paradise, the beach, the Gold Coast’s cultural heart and all the amenities the central Gold Coast has to offer.”

Mastrocostas said the apartment development would appeal to a wide buyer demographic, from discerning owner occupiers through to long-term investors when it launches to the market in the coming months.

“This project will cater to a broad market of buyers, from the interstate migrants to local downsizers or luxury upgrader, its idyllic layout makes it the ultimate location for households both big and small."

The rooftop of Orama will feature a sprawling rooftop recreation area overlooking the Surfers Paradise skyline.

The full 21st level will home a lap pool and spa with 180 degree views across the ocean, a gym with a sauna and a yoga space, and a business lounge with private offices, booths, and a boardroom.

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Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is the Editor in Chief at Urban.com.au, managing Urban's editorial team and creating the largest news cycle for the off the plan property market in the country. Joel has been writing about residential real estate for nearly a decade, following a degree in Business Management with a major in Journalism at Leeds Beckett University in England. He specializes in off the plan apartments, and has a particular interest in the development application process for new projects.

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