Orama’s $100 Million Splash: Sales Surge Makes Waves At Chevron Island

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A $100 million sales spree has engulfed Chevron Island’s $135 million ‘Orama’ project, paving the way for construction to get underway.

Aniko Group’s Orama has captured the hearts of local downsizers and empty nesters to generate more than $100 million in sales, spurring Aniko Group to redeploy its construction team from Hope Island to begin work on the project.

Orama is the latest project in the portfolio, exceeding $2 billion of Aniko Group, led by George Mastrocostas.

Once complete, Orama will comprise of 102 residences and include two-bedroom apartments from $995,000 to $1.45 million and a range of three-bedroom skyhomes from $1.995 million, offering panoramic views over the central Gold Coast skyline.

Sales Director of Aniko Group, Peter Malady says that Orama is a rare and incredibly attractive proposition for buyers in today’s off the plan property market, and its significant interest is a testament of this.

“Market demand in the prestigious precinct continues to be bolstered by local downsizers seeking a more maintenance free lifestyle in a village community, with majority of the purchases coming from locals from Chevron Island, or within a five-kilometre radius.”

“Our secondary largest buying demographic are lock up and leave holidaymakers from Sydney and Melbourne.”

Everything about Orama has been created with the intent to provide buyers with the best experience and amenities of any project on the market in the precinct.

“Orama will exude luxury, from the quality of each residence to the 550sqm rooftop recreation area comprising of a gymnasium, pool, spa, residents lounge and a host of other amenities,” said Aniko Group Managing Director George Mastrocostas.

“As we can see from our sales success, we have delivered a product that the local area has responded to well,” said Mr Mastrocostas.

Aniko Group has been progressively transforming the Gold Coast skyhome landscape and has cemented itself as one of South-East Queensland’s leading developers of innovative and luxury residences.

Aniko Group is also planning one of the largest transformative projects on the central Gold Coast with its proposed $2 billion Seaview master planned precinct at Mermaid Beach currently before council.