[Projects] Anniko Orama Chevon Island
- November 11, 2022
Dear Oxbridge Partners and Affiliates,
Oxbridge is proud to be invited by our long term partner Aniko. Oxbridge has sold quite a large number of projects for Aniko on the Gold Coast. Oxbridge and Aniko is proud to launch Orama Chevon Island (See https://aniko.com.au/portfolio/orama-chevron-island/)
Time and Date: Thursday, 10th August, 2023 10am AEST (8am WA, 9.30am SA/NT)
Address: 3/46 Thomas Drive, Chevron Island, Qld 4217
ABOUT ANIKO ORAMA
Gold Coast developer Aniko Group, a company that has changed the face of waterfront living at Hope Island, has officially launched its latest luxury apartment project, the $120 million Orama at Chevron Island.
The project, the eighth development undertaken by the George Mastrocostas-led Aniko Group in the past three years, follows the unparalleled success of its lifestyle projects at Labrador and Hope Island.
Orama has already received pre-commitments for more than half of the residences following overwhelming inquiries from prospective purchasers.
The development, designed by award-winning firm Plus Architects, will rise on a 1,517sqm site at 12-16 Weemala Street.
Orama will bring to the market 102 apartments across 21 levels offering a refined collection of large modern residences to meet demand from owner-occupiers.
Apartments designs include a mix of two-bedroom, two-bathroom plus study configurations, as well as three-bedroom skyhomes on the upper levels that are topped off by two luxury penthouses.
Orama’s two-bedroom apartments are sized from 100sqm while luxury penthouses are sized from 215sqm, offering living areas that are bigger than an average home.
Prices at Orama start from $795,000 for two-bedroom apartments to $3.5 million for the penthouses
Aniko Group’s legendary approach to exceptional on-site amenities for residents has continued with Orama which will have a rooftop pool, spa, gym, yoga and Pilates room and a residents’ lounge that will feature indoor and outdoor dining, barbecue facilities and a business centre.
The Oxbridge Global Projects Team