Casuarina Village’s final sale
THIRTY-SEVEN new housing lots in the heart of Casuarina Village will be released later this month.
Consolidated Properties will unveil the first real estate release in its newly-approved $400 million Casuarina Village beachfront town centre.
According to Consolidated Properties, the lots are the only residential land allowed within the town centre precinct, situated on the Tweed Coast.
Casuarina Village is the final phase of the $1.5 billion Casuarina Beach development, and will create a vibrant beachfront commercial hub of restaurants, cafes, retail shops, a Coles supermarket, resort facilities, a surf lifesaving post and other community services.
The home sites will go on sale on January 23, and be marketed by Colliers International.
Colliers International project marketing director, Brinton Keath, said the lots were not yet priced but would be competitive.
Mr Keath said Colliers’ Casuarina Beach office had sold $20 million in property in the past five months, and real estate in the town had bounced back strongly from the global downturn.
“Sales are happening right across the board,” Mr Keath said. “From established homes to entry level land and beachfront land.”
Colliers International identified more than $11.75 billion in development activity either underway or in the pipeline for the Tweed Shire.
“For the first time in a very long time there is absolutely no land left for sale under $400,000 at Casuarina Beach.”
The 37 lots will be located around the central shopping sector in Casuarina Village.