58 Cavill Avenue SURFERS PARADISE QLD 4217

2100 m2 2100 m2
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Tony Grbcic and Adam Grbcic are excited to present to the market via an expressions of interest campaign, the proposed subdivision and development site situated at 58 Cavill Avenue, Surfers Paradise formally known as the 'Tiki Village International Resort'.

Representing a truly unique opportunity to purchase a waterfront development site in the heart of the Gold Coast, the proposed subdivision would offer a regular shaped development parcel which separates the existing 'Tiki Village International Resort' and the current seabed along the Nerang River.

Key Features include;

- Total Area: 2,100 square metres* (subject to final survey);
- Zoning: 'Centre Zone' under the current Gold Coast City Plan;
- Density Allowance: RD8 (1 bedroom per 13m2* net site area);
- Height Limit: HX (unlimited height).

The Property is centrally located within the heart of the Surfers Paradise tourism precinct and offers the potential for breathtaking views over the Broadwater, coastline and Surfers Paradise Skyline. Take advantage of the adjoining "Lionel Perry park "and one building away from "Apple park."

It will benefit from two street frontages being Cavill Avenue (to the north) and Wahroonga Place (to the south) as well as the public boardwalk (to the west) which will soon be connected to a pedestrian bridge linking the precinct to Chevron Island.

Please contact either Tony Grbcic or Adam Grbcic for more information on this 'pre-launch' opportunity which will go to a national reach campaign in early 2022.
Disclaimer: Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of these, no warranty is given by the vendor or the agent as to their accuracy. Interested parties should not rely on these as representations of fact but must instead satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise.

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