Sod set for turning at Moko

The much anticipated Moko apartment project is edging towards the commencement of construction following a significant number of contracts signed during the first half of 2015.

The decision to remodel the design of the project to incorporate more two bedroom apartments has certainly resonated with the market with many buyers taking the opportunity to secure an apartment which is centrally located to the multi billion dollar Kawana hospital and health hub.

We expect to make a positive announcement on the commencement of construction from our builders Hutchinson very soon.

There are still a number of two bedroom waterfront apartments on offer commencing from just $459,000, these are ideal for owner occupiers or investors looking for a quality property in a high growth area.

There's action aplenty at Kawana Health Hub

If you are not sure if Kawana is the investment hotspot that it’s made out to be then perhaps it’s time to think again.

The 450 bed, multi billion dollar Sunshine Coast University Hospital is an absolute hive of activity and due to open in late 2016. 

Other projects which are currently underway include an $18 million, 8 storey 581 bay carpark which also includes ground floor retail space, a $15 million Best Western motel is due for completion in November this year and the $21 million Pulse Oceanside Medical complex will open in December.

Oceanside Kawana will also include a town centre with a sub regional town centre, which is likely to feature a department store, supermarket, specialty stores, cafes and entertainment along with community and cultural facilities including a library, a performance space, parks and open spaces.

Latest sky aerial provided by Lendlease Building of the
Sunshine Coast Public University Hospital Project.

John McGrath says the Sunshine Coast is the place to invest.

Leading real estate identity John McGrath says with Sydney housing prices growing at 40% over the past few years there’s no better place to invest than South East Queensland.

Mr McGrath said he saw a golden triangle of property out to Toowoomba, up to the Sunshine Coast and down to the Gold Coast.

“Anywhere in Queensland will do well but I’d be hard pushed to find anywhere better to invest than the south east of Queensland in the next 3-5 years for capital growth,” he said.

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Sunshine Coast economy ranked second highest in the State

Forget the mining boom, the real boom is based around health and the Sunshine Coast’s economy is leading the way according to the latest figures from the Australian Local Government Association.

The latest figures ranks the Sunshine Coast as the second best in Queensland behind Moreton Bay and sixteenth nationally.

Sunshine Coast mayor Mark Jamieson said the region was currently experiencing unprecedented capital investment from projects like the Sunshine Coast University Hospital and the Maroochydore city centre, as well as strong commitments like that made by Youi to establish its global headquarters at Sippy Downs.

Read more here in the Sunshine Coast Daily article.