Habitat Development Group have all-but secured a sell out of their $83 million Maroochydore project Market Lane, with just the penthouse yet to sell.
The two tower development, rising 12 and 14 levels, is located at the Mundoo Boulevard entrance to the new CBD, currently being developed on the former Horton Park Golf Course which the Sunshine Coast Council acquired in 2015.
In partnership with SunCentral Maroochydore and Walker Corporation, the new CBD, to be known as The Bright City, will home 160,000 sqm of commercial and retail space and 4,000 residential apartments when completed in the next 15 to 20 years.
The Market Lane apartments were pitched at owner-occupiers, with no studio or one bedroom units on offer. There are 146 two and three bedroom apartments.
The stand out resident amenity is the 600 sqm ground floor resort pool area which features a 25 metre pool modelled on the Delano Beach Club pool in South Beach Miami.
There’s also a 330 sqm rooftop terrace that spans the entire room and has barbecue and dining facilities, as well as a dedicated area for yoga. On the top level is also a 115 sqm private dining room with views of the Maroochy River.
Market Lane also has six SOHO townhomes, short for Small Office Home Office. They’re made up of a ground floor which is zoned for commercial and two levels above which homes three bedrooms and an open plan kitchen, living and dining space.
Habitat are soon to launch their new apartment development in the precinct, The Corso.
The new $94 million development, the Corso Residences, will include two towers, one 15-storey tower offering 116 apartments, including seven penthouses, and an eight-storey tower, comprising 42 apartments and 715sqm of retail space.
Designed by Sunshine Coast-based K Architecture, the project will include a large resort pool on the ground floor and a communal terrace on level four connecting the two towers.
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