Family-owned developer, Andrews Projects, has initiated its largest endeavour yet with the groundbreaking of a $270m twin-tower complex, Cascade, in Robina. This landmark project is projected to generate over 300 jobs for locals on the Gold Coast, providing significant employment opportunities over its two-year lifespan.
The ceremonial turning of the soil took place on Tuesday, the 28th of November. Founder and Director of Andrew Projects, Danny Andrews, was present to witness this momentous occasion.
Upon its completion, Cascade is anticipated to house about 1,000 residents across 229 premium two and three-bedroom luxury apartments and villas. The majority of these residences offer scenic views of the Surfers Paradise skyline and lush Gold Coast Hinterland.
Resident features include access to a suite of six-star amenities, encompassing a 25-metre resort pool, 170 sqm gym, sauna, cold plunge, and steam room. In terms of architecture, Cascade is consistent with the distinctive curvy style for which Andrews Projects is famed, complete with signature floor-to-ceiling windows and large, livable balconies.
The apartments, which start from $850,000, are depicted as an avenue for affordable housing for local residents. Moreover, it is expected to yield significant economic stimulus for the Robina area. This aligns with the State Government's plan for the Olympic Satellite Village in the region.
Sarah Andrews, Sales Manager at Andrews Projects, said Cascade is a beacon of progress for Robina, transforming the skyline and offering a new standard of modern living.
“Commencing construction on Cascade is a significant milestone for both Andrews Projects and having Cr Hermann Vorster’s support is a strong vote of confidence in the project,” said Sarah.
“Cascade underscores our commitment to community and job creation, all while providing a luxurious living experience for future Gold Coast residents.”
In August, Andrews Projects announced the launch of its in-house construction arm, following a challenging period in the South East Queensland construction sector marked by limited resources and rising build costs.
As of now, over 60% of Cascade apartments have been sold, underlining the interest and anticipation surrounding this prestigious project.
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