First home buyer and investor demand soars at Cube Developments Birtinya apartment project, Seasons

First home buyer and investor demand soars at Cube Developments Birtinya apartment project, Seasons

The busy Sunshine Coast developer Cube Developments has seen an unprecendented uptake in apartments over the last six weeks, securing nearly $16 million in sales in their Birtinya apartment development, Seasons.

The keenest buyers have been first home buyers and investors, who have been attracted to the affordable $499,000 entry point for a two-bedroom apartment in the Cottee Park-designed development.

There’s been 25 sales in the past six weeks or so in the first stage release. Now Cube are looking at launching stage two.

Scott Juniper, Cube’s director, said buyers have been attracted to the project’s plethora of amenities and location.

“We’ve witnessed strong uptake from both first home buyers and investors who are drawn to Seasons’ amenities, which provides incredible value for money given the price point,” Juniper says.

“All while being located in the heart of it all, Birtinya is really starting to come into its own; residents will enjoy waterfront vistas, beach access is just moments away and as it is a relatively new suburb, it has fantastic infrastructure to cater to demand.”

Amenities include outdoor BBQ and gathering spaces, private dining room, lounging areas, sun decks, a 25-metre lap pool, fully equipped gym, yoga studio, spa and sauna.

“Purchasers have also been eager to secure something in today’s market as opposed to bidding it out at auction and being overpriced,” Juniper added.

“A perfect example is the latest Birtinya home that saw 16 bidders partake in front of a packed street. buying off the plan allows purchasers to secure today’s market rate, which is likely to only increase as demand for this suburb soars.”

Cube commissioned Timothy Birch Studio to install a large scale public art that scales the sides of the building, which has been another drawcard for buyers.

Fusing architecture, materiality and art, the installation will scale tower one and tower two, spanning up to seven stories.

 

Publication: Urban.com.au

Author: Joel Robinson