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25-29 Mawarra Street, Chevron Island, QLD 4217

Development Approved
DETAILS
URBAN ISLAND DEVELOPMENT SITE
  • 1,517sqm corner block
  • Current DA for 105 apartments
  • Close to HOTA cultural precinct

CBRE is pleased to present a development-ready site within the emerging cultural precinct of Chevron Island, Gold Coast.

25-29 Mawarra Street, Chevron Island combines three freehold residential properties. The amalgamated site has a development approval for 105 apartments and is closely located to the Thomas Drive retail and restaurant precinct. The proposed development features a contemporary design and a blend of one, two and three bedroom apartments.

Chevron Island is an urban island neighbourhood inside the suburb of Surfers Paradise. It features a canal fronting public park, local retail and restaurants, a thriving commercial community and easy access over the Green Bridge to the Gold Coast’s newly completed Home of the Arts (HOTA) cultural precinct.

- 1,517sqm* corner block
- Existing development approval for 105 apartments
- Situated nearby to the Thomas Drive retail, café and restaurant strip
- Current rental income over three properties
- Easy access to the HOTA precinct via the new Green Bridge

The property is for sale via Expressions of Interest closing at 4:00pm on Thursday 2 September 2021.

For further information, please contact CBRE Exclusive Agents listed.

(* Approximate)

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DEVELOPMENT SITE SUMMARY
EOI:
TITLE:
Closing at 4:00pm on Thursday 2 September 2021
Property Area
AREA:
1517 m² (*approx)
Property Type
TYPE:
Residential, Apartment Sites, Apartment Sites
Development Approved
DEVELOPMENT APPROVAL:
Current DA for 105 apartments

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