Varsity Lakes really does deserve its own thread as it's quite a booming suburb. So here it is.
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Varsity tower signals resurgence
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http://www.goldcoast.com.au/article/2010/10/30/267005_gold-coast-real-estate.htmlTHE Gold Coast-based Trilink Group has finalised plans for a $60 million permanent residential resort project at Varsity Lakes.
The project will comprise 120 apartments in three, eight-storey towers, a four-storey low-rise, and extensive community facilities.
It will be located on a 4900sq m site purchased by Trilink from Varsity Lakes master developer Delfin Lend Lease for $3.5 million this year.
Trilink CEO, Mr Kym Plotkin said the development application was lodged with the Gold Coast City Council last week.
The project, Three at 33 located at Varsity Central and overlooking the 80-hectare Lake Orr, will be the fifth development undertaken by the Trilink Group in the Varsity Lakes precinct.
It will follow the recent completion of the company's $25 million Azzurra Eco project where sales have exceeded $18 million.
The new project's three, eight-storey towers will be identical and include a mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments on each of the 447.5sq m floors.
The four-level building will comprise one-bedroom apartments from 78 to 107sq m with six per floor.
"There will be a wide range of floor plans and we will be providing apartments that are 5-10 per cent larger than most of their type on the Gold Coast," said Mr Plotkin.
"We will also be providing the highest level of community resort facilities ever offered in a permanent residential project on the Coast, with two swimming pools, both more than 20 metres in length, connected by a flowing watercourse.
"A suspended, glasswalled gymnasium will overlook the pools, sauna, spa, Zen garden, cabana barbecue areas and a teppanyaki bar. Each tower will have a rooftop Zen Garden with views to the ocean."
Building work will be undertaken by the Cavalier Construction Group.
Mr Plotkin said the project was being advanced in anticipation of a strengthening permanent apartment market on the Gold Coast in 2011 and due to the company's successful Azzura Eco project.
"The demand and supply fundamentals for permanent, non-holiday let, residential apartments on the Gold Coast are highly positive in the long-term and, subject to development application approval, we hope to have the first stage on the market early next year," he said.