CBDRobina site expected to attract national interest

Robina Group have just released to market an exciting multi-use development site in a prime CBDRobina location, with the site expected to attract national interest.

The approved development site sits in a strategic CBDRobina location in Gold Coast City, just metres from Robina Town Centre.

The 8,401sqm site, at Lot 221 Waterfront Place, is being offered in one-line or with the option to purchase one of three subdivided parcels, which range in size from 2,451sqm to 3,200sqm.

The exciting central site has approval for development of up to eight storeys and multiple uses, including residential, commercial, retirement, medical, education, mixed use and hotel.

It is being marketed by Colliers International Residential and Special Projects director Geoff Lamb and Residential Sales Executive James Holland via an offers to purchase campaign, closing on 16 April 2019.

Mr Lamb said he was expecting interest from a diverse range of developers, due to the strategic position, extensive number of pre-approved uses and flexibility offered by the site.

“This is a unique opportunity for a buyer to secure the site in its entirety, or to select one or more smaller lots to create a parcel that best suits their vision,” he said.

“The location is absolutely prime, with Robina Town Centre, Robina Health and Medical Hub, Cbus Stadium, Robina Train Station, blue-chip commercial office buildings, residential communities and leading schools all literally at the doorstep.

“As a result, the options of what you could develop on this site are endless.”

Mr Holland said residential developers would likely pay particular attention to the site, due to its central location with direct pedestrian links to Robina Town Centre and the suite of infrastructure and amenity within close reach.

“We are expecting  a high level of interest in this site as it is the most strategically positioned mixed use development site remaining within CBDRobina,” he said.

Mr Holland said town planning advantages under the Robina Central Planning Agreement (RCPA) would further add to the appeal.

“This agreement offers numerous town planning advantages, including a streamlined development application assessment and infrastructure charges benefits,” he said.

“Those looking to secure the site now for future development also have the option of benefitting from the holding income generated by an on-site carpark, utilised by the surrounding office, health and education precinct.”

Robina Group CEO Hylton Slater said sites in CBDRobina continued to attract strong interest from those looking to deliver projects at the geographical heart of Gold Coast City.

The Lot 221 Waterfront Place campaign comes on the back of the $10.2 million sale of a 7,732sqm site at 578 Christine Avenue in CBDRobina to Catalyst Health for a cutting-edge aged and child care facility.

“There are very few development sites remaining across CBDRobina, which is well established as a leading health, education, commercial, retail and residential hub for Gold Coast City,” said Mr Slater.

“Lot 221 Waterfront Place is the final mixed-use site in the popular Riverwalk precinct and is truly one of the best parcels of land now available in Gold Coast City. It could be viewed as an ‘extension’ of Robina Town Centre or an addition to existing residential communities or the business hub.

“The site boasts easy access to the M1 motorway, proximity to Robina Train Station, as well as restaurants, cafes and shopping – all of which will help facilitate the multitude of uses the site is approved for.”

For further information, please contact Colliers International’s Geoff Lamb on 0413 777 997 or James Holland on 0420 487 427.

By |2019-03-11T21:08:27+00:00March 11th, 2019|