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Brisbane-based developer Keylin continues to dominate the industry with even more successes coming into 2021.

Established in 2005, Keylin’s portfolio is diverse and widely successful, set to continue to dominate residential development on the northern Gold Coast.

Keylin has built their reputation on developing projects such as apartments, commercial development, townhouses, all of which enhance peoples livelihood and with that, enrich their lives.

Keylin has produced developments across the east coast including first-class residential communities, including the new $650 million Serenity 4212, located on the northern Gold Coast.

Only 12 months after the launch of one of the Gold Coast’s largest waterfront land projects Serenity 4212 in Helensvale, construction has now commenced on a range of waterfront homes and townhouses following more than $107 million in sales.

The company also has now set its sites on developing in another prime location after announcing last week it had acquired Coomera Town Centre site at 64 Foxwell Road in a joint venture with fellow Brisbane developer Kinstone.

The purchase is the fifth major landholding purchased by the company in the last five years. Its’ portfolio, with an end value of more than $1 billion, includes Serenity 4212, Park Cove Villas, and Palladium townhouses at Hope Island.

Keylin recently launched the last remaining land to the market within its Park Cove project, offering buyers a final opportunity to secure a homesite within the prized waterfront community.

Over 30 per cent of Serenity Green – a collection of 60 architecturally designed townhomes – have sold out as joint developers with more than $12 million in sales in just four months following its market launch.

Keylin is also contributing to the development of the adjacent Sickle Park, lodging plans with the Gold Coast City Council late last year for the development of terrace seating overlooking the canal, public parking spaces, new barbeque and picnic shelters as well as road and stormwater drainage upgrades.

Work on the park is expected to be completed in the second quarter of this year.