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Keylin and Kinstone Group are proud to announce they have appointed PBS Building to bring to life their latest Gold Coast master-planned residential community, Serenity Reserve.

Serenity Reserve makes up one third of Serenity 4212 property development project.

With works commencing in October 2021, the project includes 86 townhomes featuring 4 bedroom, 2 bath & 2 car in a private gated estate. Serenity Reserve will also boast impressive resident facilities including a resort styled pool, BBQ area, gym and recreation landscape areas.

As a result of the success of previous releases, the latest opportunity has been brought forward and is now available to register your interest in the final release townhomes at Serenity Reserve.

With the building contract for Serenity Reserve now appointed to PBS Building, Keylin’s Managing Director Louis Cheung says he is excited to start construction.

“When we design these residential communities, we are really focused on enhancing people’s lifestyles which is why we are looking forward to starting the build at Serenity Reserve,” says Cheung.

“Our dedication to quality and community is a big part of each of our projects. We want to create more than just a place to live, and we are looking forward to Warren and the team at PBS Building coming on that journey with us,” says Cheung.

Australian building company, PBS Building are renowned for being leaders in the industry and sharing a similar ethos to Keylin. With a focus on building environments and developments with integrity, the appointment seemed a natural fit for Keylin.

“PBS Building were the obvious choice for us to bring Serenity Reserve to life. They are progressive, their people are inspiring, and their approach is innovative. In an increasingly volatile construction environment, PBS Building were able to give us comfort on their capabilities and performance. We are very excited about the appointment and look forward to delivering one of Gold Coast’s most anticipated property development projects to life,” says Cheung.