SET on 378 hectares at the gateway to the central Sunshine Coast, the master-panned Harmony residential community has been the culmination of 10 years of planning.
The opening of the new sales and information centre at Palmview served as a significant milestone AVID Property Group general manager Queensland Bruce Harper told the guests at Thursday's cocktail evening.
"It was exciting for us to celebrate the opening with the people who have helped make Harmony come to fruition including the builders, the Sunshine Coast Council, consultants and contractors,'' Mr Harper said.
"Our plan is to make Harmony an iconic community with the best of social and environmental features, while retaining the Sunshine Coast's unique feeling and character.
"We hope the sales and information centre reflects the start of that journey.
"2017 has been a big year for us so far with the opening of Peter Crosby Way, three land releases, a premium partnership with the Sunshine Coast Lightning and our helicopter flight competition.
"We are looking forward to Harmony Display World opening in November and can't wait to welcome our first residents in the coming weeks.''
The sales and information centre precinct will be the front door to Harmony's Display World, showcasing 43 quality homes from 25 national and local builders.
When fully developed Harmony will deliver more than 4800 homes catering to a wide range of buyers, all enhanced by 100 hectares of open space and the future delivery of a town centre with 15,250sq m of gross floor area.
Mr Harper said the sales and information centre offered residents and potential buyers a space to explore and take in the vision for the new community.
"We have designed the space to create an environment that's reflective of the Coast's lifestyle where visitors will be able to experience first-hand the welcoming community AVID is creating in the heart of the Sunshine Coast,” Mr Harper said.
"With a series of active and relaxation spaces throughout, the precinct will be a one-stop shop where visitors can not only find information about the homes on offer, but experience the atmosphere and lifestyle of Harmony.”
The community's new connective space aimed to become a hub of activity, with ambient festoon lighting to make the space come to life at night, plus an event lawn for community events, markets and festivities. The space will also feature a 10 metre green wall and reflection ponds designed to mirror the tranquil surrounds.
"The sales and information centre encourages prospective buyers and visitors to see Harmony come to life at the touch of a button with its interactive vision zone, before heading out to explore the adjacent Display World homes,” Mr Harper said.
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