RLC walk the walk on home straight

Written on the 2 December 2010

AUGUST 2010

ROBINA Land Corporation (RLC) has sold close to 95 per cent of its $200 million Riverwalk precinct as it nears the home straight on the project.

Riverwalk has been one of RLC’s most successful residential precincts in the 30 years it has operated and built Robina into a thriving mini metropolis.

The project was launched in 2003 and comprises 398 residential apartments and townhouses.

The last development within the project is the 2453sqm 38 Riverwalk Avenue, which comprises two and three bedroom apartments priced from $545,000 for two bedders to $649,000 for three bedders.

RLC chief executive Richard Wyatt, says Riverwalk and the Robina Town Centre had virtually merged to form an urban village that provides a chic, inner-city lifestyle option that focuses on accessibility and availability.

“The whole Riverwalk concept came from our recognition that around the world people want to live in a peaceful, quality environment where they can walk to virtually everything that they desire as part of a modern sophisticated lifestyle,” says Wyatt.

“With the expansion and upgrade of Robina Town Centre and the evolution of Riverwalk, the two have virtually merged to form that one urban village centre.”

In total the precinct covers around seven hectares and the residences range from 87 square metre one bedroom apartments through to 229 square metre Terrace Homes.


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