Midwater Apartments 80% Sold

The city of Main Beach, Gold Coast, Australia, has seen strong sales results for the newly unveiled Midwater Apartment Tower, despite the building still being under construction. The 47-story tower, which is the tallest residential building in the area, has already sold over 80% of its units, even as work continues on the site.

The tower, which offers panoramic views of the beachfront and ocean, boasts luxurious apartments that range from one to three bedrooms. Each unit features modern designs and top-of-the-line amenities, catering to a variety of needs from families to single professionals.

Despite the challenges posed by the pandemic and construction delays, the strong sales results for the Midwater Apartment Tower are a testament to its appeal and the demand for high-quality housing in the area. The developer, who has expressed their excitement about the project’s success, stated that the sales results have exceeded their expectations and that they are proud to have delivered a new standard in luxury living on the Gold Coast.

Scharp created a comprehensive suite of sales tools including 3D renders, fly-through animations, movie presentation and display suite sales app used by sales agents to achieve strong sales results. As part of our one stop solution our in-house team captured and incorporated aerial photography and video into animations on site, incorporating them into 3D renders and fly-through animations. The sales app also featured level photography, allowing prospective buyers to select their preferred apartment and view the available views.

The construction of the Midwater Apartment Tower is expected to be completed in the coming months, and residents can look forward to taking possession of their new homes soon. The tower is a landmark development in Main Beach and is set to bring new opportunities and growth to the area. As the city continues to evolve and grow, the tower will be a symbol of its thriving real estate market and its commitment to delivering high-quality living options for its residents.