1722 Coolum Esplanade, Coolum Beach
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Project Completion – May 2019
Drift by Mosaic
FAQs From The Community
Currently scheduled for December 2019.
- Proposal is generally anticipated and generally complies with City Plan and zoning of the area.
- Applications not presumed to have overly significant impact on surrounding area.
- Don’t require public notification under planning scheme.
- Assessment period from Council is faster than impact assessable.
It is our belief that engaging with the community remains important to ensure that the local residents are informed of what is occurring in their neighbourhood, and have access to information that explains what is proposed. This in turn provides an opportunity for the community to engage with Mosaic if they wish.
- Land on the Sunshine Coast is divided into zones. These zones determine the land use or development that may occur on a site.
- 1722 David Low Way is zoned as ‘Medium Density Residential” (MDR).
- The purpose of MDR is to promote a range and mix of dwelling types for local residents within a precinct such as multiple dwellings and units.
- The reason these development types are encouraged is due to existing services and facilities that can cater for an increase in local residents.
You can find out the zoning of your home by searching here.
Drift will consist of…
- 1 x 1 bedroom, 1 multipurpose room, 2 bathroom apartment
- 27 x 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartments
- 21 x deluxe and open plan 3 bedroom, 2 and 2.5 bathroom apartments
- 3 x 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom sub-penthouses
- 4 x 3 bedroom, 2.5 and 3.5 bathroom pent houses
- 1 bedroom apartments starting from $470,000
- 2 bedroom apartments starting from $545,000
- 3 bedroom apartments starting from $760,000
- Sub-penthouses and Penthouses price on application.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any sales information.
Mosaic will be contributing over $600,000 to urban utilities towards local water supply and sewage infrastructure, and over $650,000 to the local council to help improve the community’s roads, parks, stormwater and other key infrastructure. Mosaic have an additional two projects on the Sunshine Coast completing in 2018, which will add a further $1.3million in infrastructure contributions to the Sunshine Coast.
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