Markwell In The News
INVESTORS are flocking to the Gold Coast to make a buck, with inflated rents guaranteeing properties will pay for themselves. View Full Article.
Citimark Properties expects to have permission for a reconfiguration of the $175 million Markwell Residences project within two weeks after this week locking in the 100th sale at the Surfers Paradise landmark project. View Full Article.
FINALLY out of the recovery blocks, the Gold Coast development sector’s run into the 2018 Commonwealth Games is now facing a slowdown. Tighter lending conditions for construction and development have begun to impact the Glitter Strip’s property industry just as it started to hit its stride again. View Full Article.
New apartment sales on the Gold Coast have increased 80 per cent year-on-year but developers still can't get the big banks to finance developments on the glitter strip. VIew Full Article.
Angus Johnson has $1.8 billion worth of confidence in the southeast Queensland market, and it starts with the Gold Coast. View Full Article
Queensland developer Citimark has lodged an application for a 755 apartment project at 34 Markwell Avenue, Surfers Paradise. View Full Article
Queensland developer Citimark has lodged an application for 775 apartments at Surfers Paradise, building up its workbook of high-rise apartments at the Gold Coast to almost $1 billion. View Full Article
AFTER more than two decades focusing on greater Brisbane and interstate markets, Citimark Properties is preparing to take a $1 billion plunge on the Gold Coast over the next five years. View Full Article
The Gold Coast Bulletin – The traditionally ‘lowrise’ Chevron Island could soon be home to a new 21-storey highrise.
CHEVRON Island will undergo a development renaissance, with plans for the pocket suburb’s largest highrise on the drawing board. View Full Article
BRISBANE developer Citimark intends taking its level of faith in the Gold Coast to new heights with ‘world-class’ twin towers, one of them 67 storeys, side by side in Surfers Paradise. View Full Article
Brisbane-based developer Citimark has joined the rush of renewed confidence in the Gold Coast with a 755-apartment development in Surfers Paradise. View Full Article