Stockland has officially started construction on the highly anticipated $60 million waterfront community known as “Delta Hope Island”.
The standalone medium-density community is inspired by the surrounding waterways and will be the first in several years for Queensland.
The 3.3 hectare development is located within the Gold Coast’s northern growth area at 2-44 Marina Quays Boulevard, and will comprise of 91 architecturally designed townhouses and residences.
The selection of properties will include two and three level, four-bedroom waterfront townhouses, three-bedroom garden townhouses, as well as one bedroom garden residences.
With access to several marina berths and a waterfront boardwalk for residents, homes are positioned to compliment the natural curves of the waterway.
Tennis courts are also available at the Hope Island Tennis Academy, water activities can be enjoyed on the Coomera River, and golfers will enjoy Hope Island’s three world-class courses – reflecting the exclusivity of the development is the abundance of outdoor leisure activities Hope Island has to offer.
Regional Development and Operations Manager for Stockland Communities Pauline Barton said the natural beauty of waterside living is part of the everyday at Delta.
“Our Delta site is in an established and high demand area. It is surrounded by golf courses, and opposite the Hope Island Marketplace that includes specialty retail shops and supermarket,” she said
Ms Barton said the start of construction signals a major milestone for Delta Hope Island, and we’re excited to see our plans come to life in one of the Gold Coasts’ most sought-after addresses.
“These architecturally designed homes situated in a prime location will appeal to lifestyles, upgraders, downsizers, and even first-home buyers. Approximately half the townhomes in the Delta community will have water frontage and all residents will have access to a shared pool and barbeque facilities, as well as several parks,” she said.
Hope Island is an established community, just 15km to Southport and 63km to Brisbane’s CBD.
Defined by its location and the orientation to the nearby river canals, the development maximises the site’s natural positioning and connection to the waterfront, making the most of the enviable address.