With current changes afoot to ease lending criteria, there has never been a better time to make the move to secure an apartment at Plaza Central. Vacancy rates remain tight, job growth is on the rise and apartment living has never been more affordable.
Pindan’s new project Plaza Central delivers cosmopolitan style in the heart of Maroochydore — and purchasers are scrambling to secure their piece of the action.
Stage one comprises 1, 2 and 3 bedroom homes starting from $309,000 and, after experiencing huge popularity, 45 per cent have already sold.
The project lies directly opposite Sunshine Plaza Shopping Centre — the largest of its kind in the region. The centre has recently undergone a massive $440 million upgrade and is now home to the Sunshine Coast’s first David Jones, H&M, Sephora, and Lululemon, as well as a new Big W, Kathmandu, JB Hi-Fi, MECCA, Seed Heritage, Endota Spa, and Baku.
Plaza Central also lies within easy reach of world-class beaches so residents can enjoy the best of the coast all year round. The iconic Maroochydore Surf Club is just around the corner whilst Alexandra Headlands and Mooloolaba beaches are both a short bike ride or drive away.
On the other side, there are plenty of unspoiled national parklands and picturesque waterways to explore. Alongside the Maroochy River, the neighbourhood of Cotton Tree is filled with an impressive range of watersport activities. Residents can hire a boat and head to Pincushion Island at the mouth of the river or enjoy the walking trail from Cotton Tree to Alexandra Headlands.
On the weekends, the area comes alive with Sunday markets and a thriving alfresco dining scene. After picking up snacks and fresh produce, residents can enjoy a riverside picnic or dine in one of the many fine riverfront restaurants.
Plaza Central showcases a clever use of space and a seamless transition between the indoors and outdoors, with expansive windows allowing an abundance of natural light.
Purchasers can choose from two tasteful colour schemes, allowing for a personalised touch to the home. ‘Coast’ takes its cue from the surrounding seaside landscape with sandy neutral tones while ‘City’ is a bolder, urban-inspired palette with greater contrast and depth.
Chic fixtures and finishes such as engineered stone benchtops, brushed nickel fittings, and modern kitchen appliances transform the culinary heart of the home into a sophisticated space to prepare meals.
Vivid white cabinetry in the living and dining areas is complemented by timber-grain joinery in oak or burnished timber accents. The flooring is hard-wearing, low-maintenance tiles, a twist from the typical underfoot finishes used in the average apartment.