The teams at Form Landscape architects, Golding Contractors and Penfold Projects have been busy on site undertaking the civil and landscaping works for Serenity 4212 with the $650 million community taking great shape.
Penfold Projects have hand-selected Royal Cuban and Canary palms to create a grand community entrance at Serenity Waters.
Residents of Serenity can enjoy enviable waterfront, natural, green surrounds from the moment they move in.
Louis Cheung, director of Keylin said it’s been great to see how well the local community has taken to Serenity 4212.
“Our site works and construction programs are progressing exceptional well at Serenity,” said Mr Cheung.
“We’re seeing many prospective buyers, local to the Helensvale and Hope Island area, coming through to inspect the community as they’ve been able to see it take shape over the past few months.
“With limited waterfront blocks of land remaining at Serenity Waters we’re on track for first settlements to take place at the end of this year and we expect home owners will be able to enjoy their new homes from 2021.”
Channelling work has just been completed on the final release of lots in Serenity Waters, lots 99-110.
Interested buyers are encouraged to get in quick in order to secure some of the last remaining waterfront land on the northern Gold Coast.
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