40HA STAGE GETS GREEN LIGHT
The pre-christmas period has been an eventful one for the Pelican Waters Marina & Town Centre development with council approval granted to commence construction on the stage 4 subdivision taking in the new island precinct with exciting new homesites, parks, waterways and more.
The 40 ha project is one of the most significant to be undertaken at Pelican Waters and will feature 270 residential lots marking the development’s widest offering of product types to-date, comprising multi-unit lots, premium terrace housing, traditional lots as well as premium waterfront and waterview land.
Creating an exceptional lifestyle destination for future residents, all lots are maximised to offer a close connection with the water, marina and parks. The first land is expected to be available in July or August 2019 so stay tuned for future updates.
Unfolding over the next three to four years, the stage will also cater for future retirement and aged care living as well has having a strong focus on open space and the retention of aquatic habitats.
For further details on this stage feel free to drop into the land sales office.
Offering a natural buffer between Bells Creek and waterfront lots in the stage’s southern corner, the five-hectare Jensen Park will feature two distinct zones. An active area will consist of playgrounds, exercise equipment and bike paths, while the passive space will be dedicated to the retention of the existing tidal inlet and other natural vegetation with a boardwalk crossing.
Meanwhile, the Central Park will be a destination in its own right. Occupying two hectares in the heart of the new island precinct, it will draw its inspiration from the nearby Pumicestone Passage and the region’s rich maritime history whilst remaining sympathetic to the natural environment.
Another park in the mix is the waterfront park overlooking the marina. On track for a Christmas completion, it features an interactive shipwreck playground and stylish sandstone-block shoreline reminiscent of Barangaroo Reserve on Sydney’s harbour foreshore.
This area will provide an open-space connection between the vibrant marina retail sector, a 1.4 hectare lake and the island.
The green light has also been received for key sections of The Coastal Pathway which when completed will be the Sunshine Coast’s longest shared pathway and boardwalk project stretching from Pelican Waters in the south to Tewantin in the north.
The end of 2019 will see the completion of the pathway between the existing section at Waterside and the Golden Beach/Bells Creek interface and the connection of Michael Street from Golden Beach to Pelican Waters.
Development works is also underway on connecting infrastructure such as roads and bridges linking the recently completed Stage 3 to the current stage and out to Golden Beach.
PELICAN WATERS MARINA MEETING
Plans for the future pelican waters marina are floating along nicely following a recent pre-lodgement meeting with council. We are working towards lodging an application by January with the aim of starting work on the project by mid to late 2019. Representing the first project of its kind on the Sunshine Coast in many decades, the marina will include l 00 wet berths along with a 160-200 vessel dry storage facility, concierge service and a host of allied marine businesses and services.
The associated Pelican Waters Marina Village is also progressing well with plans afoot for pre-lodgement with council in the near future prior to the submission of a development application hopefully early next year.
Comprising 3,500sqm gross floor area, the retail hub will be a diverse mix of businesses including restaurants and cafes, potential fish and chip shop, micro-brewery and more.
If you would like any further information about what is planned, give us a call on 5492 4888.
LOCK IT IN
Residents will notice work commencing soon on the development’s newest lock and weir system . These works will provide navigation for boats and other pleasure craft as well as perform the important environmental function of protecting the Pumicestone Passage by controlling tidal surges.
HISTORY REMADE WITH HENZELLS PLAZA UPGRADE
History is being remade with a $1.5 million redevelopment of the iconic Henzells Plaza on the corner of Bulcock and Minchinton Streets in the Caloundra CBD.
First built in 1 973, the 45-year-old landmark is receiving an extensive makeover by HM Developments bringing it into the modern age.
Once completed it will feature a new cafe or bar and eight other tenancies with a simple , playful design and a focus on light and space in both internal and external areas.
HEALTHY INTEREST IN MEDICAL CENTRE
Nestled amongst the marina, retail hub & retirement community is the emerging state of the art medical hub at Pelican Waters. A range of health sector opportunities are available including GPs, allied health services, practice management and more. We anticipate completion of this excellent community facility by the end of 2019.
Contact: Paul Bell 0400 711 969 or firstname.lastname@example.org