Allure’s charm captures Chevron Island property market

Aug 20, 2019

Allure Chevon Island is the jewel in the Chevron Island property market crown with 30 percent of the apartments now sold.

The project has notched up $21.2M in gross sales to date with an average sale price of $848,000.

The 16 level luxury tower will be built on a 1652sqm site on the corner of Dalpura Street and Burra Street. Designed by award-winning Gold Coast firm BDA Architects, Allure comprises of 89 apartments with two, three, and four bedroom configurations.

Allure is being developed and marketed by Sydney-based Macquarie York, a project development, marketing, and consultancy firm with over 30 years’ combined industry experience.

Macquarie York development manager Roy Skaf says sales interest for Allure has been strong and consistent since the property’s launch in March this year.

“Allure’s perfect location in the heart of the Chevron Island has attracted a range of prospective buyers ranging from downsizers to first home buyers, and investors,” Mr Skaf said.

“Buyers are looking to invest in a lifestyle at Allure, with a unique city-coastal location that offers the best of the Gold Coast’s infrastructure and opportunity, but also close proximity to the City’s famous beaches, shopping and entertainment precincts.”

The apartments offer an average of 122sqm of floor space with two-bedroom apartments starting at just $495,000 offering exceptional value. The average price per sqm is $6,540.

“The apartments at Allure offer a sleek and contemporary fit-out complete with a neutral colour palette, abundant storage, and the finest finishes and fixtures sure to appeal to the most discerning buyer,” Mr Skaf said.

“Most apartments have the convenience of two allocated car parks and there is also ample visitor parking provided within the complex.”

Allure features communal areas that encapsulate resort-style living including a rooftop terrace with panoramic views of the city from north to south, a residents lounge, BBQ and dining area, infinity pool and viewing decks.

Mr Skaf said the development marks an exciting new chapter for the reimagined Chevron Island residential precinct.

“Chevron Island is one of the Gold Coast’s emerging residential precincts where the bustling city of Surfers Paradise links to the vibrant village lifestyle with an array of celebrated local shopping and dining options available,” said Mr Skaf.

“Here residents are privy to unrivalled convenience which is set to expand further with the $20M Green Bridge project which is well underway, which will connect Chevron Island to the Home Of The Arts (HOTA) precinct, the $385M multi-staged cultural precinct and home of the arts on the Gold Coast.”

Construction is expected to commence at Allure in early 2020.

A sales office equipped with a purpose-built kitchen and bathroom, building model and view shots from each level is located on Thomas Drive.

Visit www.allurechevronisland.com.au

Roy Skaf