Nearly 630 NBN-ready homes are moving closer to completion with Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate ready to officially open QM Properties’ Pacific Cove display village on Thursday, October 13.
Open to the public since July, Pacific Cove’s display village is located in the northern Gold Coast’s fastest growing region, Pimpama.
The display village will boast a total of 17 homes from 11 leading builders, which will complement the existing 25 homes on display at QM Properties’ neighbouring Coomera Retreat.
QM Properties General Sales Manager Damien Ross said the display village showcased a variety of unique, style-driven three and four bedroom homes with amenities and design features to suit every taste and budget.
“Whether you’re after a spacious and practical home for the whole family or a simple and classic first property, buyers will be sure to find the inspiration they need at Pacific Cove,” Mr Ross said.
The opening of a second display village in the area signifies an exciting period for both QM Properties and the Gold Coast region.
“The recent influx of investment and the current economic environment as a result of the Commonwealth Games has seen land development in the region thrive, with Pimpama considered one of Australia’s fastest-growing regional suburbs,” Mr Ross said.
“Located just 20 minutes from Surfers Paradise and 40 minutes from the Brisbane CBD, Pacific Cove is a popular choice with second and first home buyers looking for quality and adaptable homes that enjoy the benefits of a city fringe lifestyle without the inner city price tag.
“Residents of Pacific Cove enjoy the convenience of nearby Coomera Town Centre’s key amenities including, new schools, supermarkets, cinemas and the proposed Westfield shopping centre development.
“We anticipate Pacific Cove to be popular not only with local home buyers but residents from Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne who see good value in the area.
“This expectation has been reflected in sales with 40 per cent of buyers to date making the move from outside the Gold Coast Region to call Pacific Cove home.”
Population projection figures from the Queensland Government predict growth in the Gold Coast region to rise from 562,651 in 2015 to 866,634 in 2036, making this the largest population increase area in Queensland.
“QM Properties has recognised the enormous potential for growth on the Gold Coast, heavily investing in the region over the last two decades,” Mr Ross said.
“During this period we have delivered to market a number of communities including Tuxedo Junction in Maudsland, Coomera Retreat in upper Coomera and Norfolk Village in Ormeau.”