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Keylin expands its footprint

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Keylin expands its footprint

Keylin has been featured in this week’s Gold Coast Bulletin.

 

Read the full article here: https://regionalnews.smedia.com.au/goldcoastbulletin/default.aspx?publication=NCGCBRE

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Sickle Park Upgrades to Boost the Gold Coast’s North Shore

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Sickle Park Upgrades to Boost the Gold Coast’s North Shore

Construction of Hope Island’s Sickle Park has commenced with civil works set to see upgrades over a 6 month period as the park undergoes a stunning transformation.

Brisbane-based Keylin has embarked on upgrading additional features to Sickle Park, investing upwards of $1.6 million towards the new upgrades.

These upgrades will span across six months throughout 2021 and will take place over three stages collectively, with Keylin’s and the Gold Coast City Council’s plans to set to see a $2.6 million investment to the Hope Island area.

Upgrades to the park are set to include new playgrounds for children and families, upgraded barbeque facilities, seats with views of the canal and terraces as well as a new tree planting site.

Additionally, Keylin’s development plans will also include more public parking spaces, shelters for picnic areas and much-needed road and storm water drainage upgrades within the park.

With this, plans for Sickle Park are also set to include an additional natural ampitheatre.

Keylin is a major contributor to transforming the local infrastructure, paying almost $4 million in council infrastructure charges which includes the $1.6 million Sickle Park upgrade.

Keylin is also behind the nearby $650 million Serenity 4212 project as well as Park Cove Residences, located adjacent to the iconic Sickle Park.

Residents and locals will be able to access the new and improved Sickle Park, as well as a range of other amenities including the stunning golf courses available and glistening waterways, giving the community the luxury and laidback lifestyle intended for the area.

The new profile of development and projects underway, such as Sickle Park, has undeniably supported the growth demand in Hope Island, as it transitions into the famed Gold Coast North Shore.

Construction on the park is expected to be completed in the second quarter of 2021.

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High interest at Serenity 4212 on the Heels of Commencement of Construction

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High interest at Serenity 4212 on the Heels of Commencement of Construction

Brisbane-based residential development company Keylin have catapulted into the new year off the back of their incredibly successful 2020 as the company continue produce first class projects, specifically in the northern Gold Coast at the $650 million Serenity 4212 project.

With the continual domination of projects and sell out residential developments, Keylin has within 12 months of launching Serenity 4212, acquired over $107 million in sales alone.

Serenity 4212 is located in the Helensvale area and is undoubtably the Gold Coast’s North Shores’ largest, most spectacular waterfront townhouses and land developments available for investors and owner-occupiers.

Serenity 4212, is a first-class project offering buyers the abundance of amenities, showcasing modern high-end living, with top of the range interiors bringing in high interest striking a chord with both local and interstate buyers.

Construction on the first homes has commenced, with civil works now completed and settlements set to be finalised next month.

Louis Cheung, Director of Keylin, said Keylin was keen to begin to bring Serenity 4212 to fruition on the back of high interest in the project.

“We are absolutely delighted that our range of residential offerings has been so warmly welcomed by the marketplace and that we are able to commence construction this month,” said Mr Cheung.

“Keylin, with our team of consultants, has worked very hard to create the most diverse residential options available within our projects and they have been very well received.”

The $650 million Serenity 4212 development has set records for Keylin, being the best-selling land estate to date as they announce a 30% sell out of Serenity Green in just four months following its market launch.

Being a collection of town homes, Serenity Green provides buyers another opportunity to own a home site within the luxury project boasting options of two-level, two-and-a-half-bathroom town homes with only a few developments having a second living area.

The project has been turning heads with developers exceeding buyers and investors’ expectations, redefining luxury and modern living in the northern Gold Coast Precinct.

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Coomera Connector Set to Drive House Prices for First Home Buyers

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Coomera Connector Set to Drive House Prices for First Home Buyers

The Coomera and Hope Island suburbs are seeing an increase of first home buyers, following plans for an upgrade to infrastructure to reduce peak hour traffic in the Gold Coast’s North Shore.

The Coomera Connector accommodates for individuals travelling to and from Brisbane but facilitates an easier commute for Gold Coast residents.

The Connector is set to assist additional traffic to the area, benefiting local residents with increased roads to connect suburbs easing the travel time to see friends.

The upgrades for the infrastructure have seen an increase in first home buyers in the region, as the increased connectivity drives property prices.

Nearby, the $650 million Serenity 4212 project in Helensvale has witnessed a surge of growing demand for affordable but luxury living in an idyllic location. 

Of the sales achieved to date at Serenity 4212, four first home buyers have taken advantage of $40,000 of government incentives – the $15,000 First Home Owners Grant and the $25,000 HomeBuilder scheme which ends this month.

The Serenity 4212 community is situated near the Helensvale – Hope Island border, offering a style of living that is convenient and well-connected with a range of hospitality, retail and transport facilities within easy reach. 

The project is located just five minutes from the Hope Island Market Place and 10 minutes from Westfield Helensvale and the Harbour Town Premium Outlets.

The buyer’s market has boomed in the last few years seeing more individuals invest in Gold Coast hotspots including Coomera, Helensvale and Hope Island.

Before these grates, the Hope Island dream was distant for many first home buyers, yet it is now becoming a reality at Serenity 4212.

Serenity 4212 has become a staple in the buyer’s market as the location offers convenience and lifestyle, with the Coomera Connector set to cut traffic congestion in half adding a level of connectivity the region is welcoming.

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Coomera Connector Construction Set to Drive Connectivity in Gold Coast Hotspot

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Coomera Connector Construction Set to Drive Connectivity in Gold Coast Hotspot

Construction on the multi-million Coomera Connector is set to commence on Stage 1 North later this year as the Gold Coast witnesses a surge in growth and house supplies drop to critical lows.

The Coomera Connector is referred to as the second M1, spanning across the north-south corridor between Loganholme and Nerang on the east side.

The connector is set to hold up to 6 traffic lanes together with a provision for public transport in a bid to ease peak hour traffic as the Gold Coast booms amid lockdowns influencing a surge of interstate migration.

As the population growth continues to grow, the infrastructure upgrades will support residential communities, businesses and nearby developments bringing local road connections to residents.
Stage 1 will have a positive impact on commuters providing reduced trips on the M1, proving this alternative route between Coomera and Nerang will not only see less traffic on the M1, but will also provide more convenience for local residents.
Stage 1 of the connector is set to see infrastructure and road upgrades between Coomera and Nerang, commencing construction from mid 2021. From 2026, stages between Loganholme and Coomera progress.

Nearby, construction is set to commence on the first stages of the stunning $650 million Serenity 4212 project in Helensvale following a high interest sales campaign.

The project is situated near the Hope Island border, with connectivity to a range of lifestyle elements including a range of dining precincts and the Hope Island Marketplace.

The new highway upgrades will be interchanging at Loganholme and Nerang–Broadbeach Road, extending the road for 45km between the Logan Motorway and Pacific Motorway, easing commuting residents’ everyday trips.

Local residents will also be set to benefit from connectivity heading north from the Coomera Connector at Eagleby to the intersection of Beenleigh–Redland Bay Road and Mount Cotton Road, at Carbrook.

The Coomera Connector is also set to feature a shared path for walking and bike riding, supporting the lifestyle elements on offer at Serenity 4212.

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Developers behind $650 million Serenity 4212 acquire Coomera Town Centre Site

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Developers behind $650 million Serenity 4212 acquire Coomera Town Centre Site

Brisbane-based developers Keylin and Kinstone have acquired a major greenfield development site in Coomera’s emerging town centre precinct as the joint venture makes further significant investment into the Gold Coast.

The purchase of the 47.7ha site, known as Coomera Town Centre South, is the second major transaction undertaken by Keylin and Kinstone in the last 12 months, following the $50 million joint venture purchase of the Serenity 4212 estate at Helensvale which has emerged as one of the city’s most successful waterfront land estates.

The latest purchase, located at 64 Foxwell Road between Dreamworld and the Westfield Coomera shopping centre, will strategically position Keylin and Kinstone to play a major role in shaping one of Australia’s most active growth corridors.

In announcing the acquisition, Keylin managing director Louis Cheung said the purchase was part of the company’s ongoing investment into the northern Gold Coast.

“We are delighted to have successfully secured what we believe is one of the key sites on the northern Gold Coast which will allow us to play a significant role in the creation of the next stage of the Coomera Town Centre precinct,” said Mr Cheung.

“This is one of the area’s most strategically important sites that will shape the future of the urban heart of Coomera.”

Plans are currently underway for the Coomera site, which has been earmarked for decades as an integral component of a vibrant Coomera Town Centre.

Large areas of the site are provisioned for green space. A preliminary master plan comprises a combination of residential and commercial precincts, set to benefit residents in the nearby booming suburbs.

Keylin and Kinstone are award winning Brisbane-based companies with active projects throughout Southeast Queensland.

The acquisition marks a significant expansion of their property interests on the Gold Coast, where they are developing the $650 million Serenity 4212 luxury waterfront project at Helensvale.

Keylin has been a major player in the transformation of Hope Island over the last five years, with the emergence of new communities via its Palladium townhomes estate and Park Cove villas.

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