Developer sets sail for ‘undervalued’ coast suburb

first_imgRenders of Sailsara at Labrador.Developer Liquid Silver Developments has its sights firmly set on the Gold Coast suburb of Labrador.The Gold Coast-based company recently launched Sailsara, a four-level boutique development featuring nine three-bedroom residences at 8 Bath St, Labrador.“We build upscale residences for homeowners who want that stylish, apartment-living lifestyle without the tower and towering weekly body corporate fees,” Liquid Silver Development director, Mark Lovett said. “The target market for Sailsara is owner-occupiers and downsizers.“There are larger than average apartments with two side-by-side car parks and high-end finishes.” Renders of Sailsara at Labrador.The kitchen acts as the social hub of the residence, offering island bench seating and formal dining, Bosch appliances and stone bench tops.Resident facilities include an outdoor, covered barbecue entertaining area and security intercom access.Mr Lovett said he predicted Labrador would be one of the next boom suburbs on the Gold Coast.“We generally see Labrador as an undervalued suburb in comparison to surrounding areas,” he said.“Labrador as a suburb has the best the Gold Coast has to offer packed into one suburb.“It has the ocean, Chirn Park’s trendy ‘village’, 10km of council landscaped parks, BBQs and foreshore, a neighbouring CBD, exceptional public transport and convenient shopping.” More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa18 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoRenders of Sailsara at Labrador.Apartments are priced between $645,000 to $735,000. Mr Lovett said he had received strong interest since launching Sailsara earlier this month.Floor-to-ceiling doors open to a balcony that allows plenty of natural light in the kitchen, living and dining areas. last_img