The Sunshine Coast developer Cube Developments have been given sign off by the local council for their boutique Cotton Tree, Maroochydore apartment development, Nature by Cube.
The 12 luxury apartments at 49 The Esplanade, on the Maroochydore coastline, has already seen huge buyer interest, with nearly half of the apartments already sold.
Nature is catering for pent up demand for luxury beachfront living since the mass northerly migration to the Sunshine Coast.
2020 saw Queensland undergo its biggest population boom in 16 years, with 30,000 people relocating to the Sunshine State.
Scott Juniper, director of Cube Developments, said the Cottee-Parker designed project is attracting buyers wishing to maintain a high-end, highly connected lifestyle in a home that is on par to their Sydney and Melbourne residences.
“There is a real upmarket quality to the area of Cotton Tree, and it’s all on Nature’s doorstep – from the parklands, aquatic centre, retail on one side, sports activity on the other – it’s all a stone’s throw away,” Juniper said.
Juniper told Cottee Parker Architects to deliver the best the Sunshine Coast has ever seen.
“While remaining connected, the site itself maintains a high level of exclusivity and privacy, being less built up than other areas and with fewer neighbours.
“Maroochydore is currently undergoing a large urban renewal process, with the development of the ‘Maroochydore City Centre’ business precinct and $2.5 billion of private sector investment that will help to re-energize the area and develop a thriving and vibrant community.
“This will all contribute to an enviable offering in this coastal pocket, further amplified by the Sunshine Coast airport, which will assist jetsetters even further as air travel opens up.
“With little more than a handful of residences left – certainly not enough to satisfy the demand we’re seeing come through – we’re seeing snap decisions made to avoid missing out,” he said. Nature by Cube is priced from $2.95 million.
Author: Joel Robinson