We congratulate our client, the Australian arm of American real estate firm Sentinel, specialising in build-to-rent properties, on their recent planning approval for a 300 dwelling Build to Rent community at Robina Stadium Drive, Gold Coast.

We are proud to have provided our multidisciplinary approach, assisting Sentinel in obtaining planning approvals, landscape architecture, and transport advisory, contributing to releasing some pressure on the housing crisis.

This nine-story development is committed to sustainability and will provide an additional 41,799 square meters of new rental accommodations and resident amenities to cater to the increasing housing demand in the area.

This project is poised to transform into a lively and closely-knit rental community, offering its residents meticulously designed, sustainable apartments. The apartment complex will be interconnected through a common podium, featuring both indoor and outdoor resident amenities such as a pool, sun deck, fitness centre, amphitheatre, outdoor barbecue areas, and over 370 parking spaces for cars and 120 for bikes on the ground level.

Our Landscape Design team gave special attention to residents’ comfort when designing the outdoor spaces. The sun deck offers breathtaking views of Surfer’s Paradise and the hinterland, with natural elements integrated into the architecture and landscaping to harmoniously blend the community with its surroundings.

The development site is situated in Robina’s Stadium Village Precinct and is conveniently located only a short walk from key amenities. Queensland housing market is evolving and this development sets new standards for the arean.

We look forward to our ongoing support of Sentinel, and watching this pioneering development take shape.

Urbis has been a market leader in promotion and approvals strategy for Build to Rent in throughout the Southern States, and has promoted this land use on the Gold Coast to respond to housing shortages in the City.


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