GemLife, over-50s lifestyle resort has launched its latest project on QLD’s Sunshine Coast.
Pacific Paradise is being aggressively marketed (see brochure) and will comprise of 96 luxurious homes set on 4.4 ha of prime land an hour north of Brisbane.
The homes will be larger than standard size retirement homes with luxury fittings and finishes ranging in price from $585 – 625K, considerably higher than other retirement homes in the area.
With the average retirement village entrant being 75, this project targets a much younger resident looking to downsize but remain active.
The Pacific Paradise development features eight designs, each with multiple façade and colour-scheme options. All homes are three-bedroom with “seamless” indoor-outdoor living and feature top-of-the-range appliances, integrated surround-sound systems, security alarm systems and energy-efficient inclusions such as solar PV panels.
GemLife’s Mr Adrian Puljich says, “We build our resorts at premium, sought-after locations. Pacific Paradise is close to beaches, vibrant local communities, shopping, dining and medical facilities, and only an hour from Brisbane airport,”
Based in Queensland, GemLife launched in late 2016 as a joint venture with parent LLC company Living Gems and Singaporean financial partner Thakral Capital
GemLife Pacific Paradise brings the company’s rapidly growing portfolio – which includes properties in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland – to a total of six over-50s resorts accommodating 1300 residents.