Developer brings Symphony to Pimpama

Residential developer Tribeca is in tune with buyer demand for new homes in the Gold Coast’s booming north with an exclusive new land release in the heart of Leda Group’s emerging Pimpama Village precinct.

The new release, named Symphony, brings to the market 45 lots within the masterplanned Pimpama Village development taking shape on a 53-hectare site off Pimpama-Jacobs Well Road.

The latest project is one of two currently under way by Tribeca on the Gold Coast and it is planned to bring its own distinct character to the emerging Pimpama Village development.

“We are specifically targeting the owner-occupier market with Symphony as we’re seeing significant demand for this product in the area,” said Tribeca’s CEO Matthew Adamo.

Tribeca has planned a range of four-bedroom, two-bathroom homes, each with double garages, on lot sizes ranging from 360sqm to 699sqm.

“These are spacious homes from about 200sqm in size that are designed for family living,” said Mr Adamo.

“We are particularly pleased to be a part of the growth story taking place at Pimpama, which has been recognised as one of the fastest growing areas in Australia over the past year.

“While our development portfolio has always targeted areas with high demand, Tribeca has worked extremely hard to ensure we are building communities that last.

“Each of our communities has its own character and, with Symphony, we’re able to bring to the market large homes that provide easy access to great facilities either completed or under way for the local community.”

Among them is Rix Developments’ $100 million Pimpama City district shopping centre currently under way adjacent to Pimpama Village on Pimpama Jacobs Well Road. The first stage of the project, including cafes, food outlets, a Pitstop convenience centre and Coles Express, is due for completion early this year.

“Pimpama City will be within easy access for residents at Symphony and Pimpama Village,” Mr Adamo said.

“The community is designed with abundant open spaces, parks and walking trails, bringing the new retail and dining amenities within comfortable walking distance for many residents.

“Symphony aligns with Tribeca’s strategy of building in desirable areas that are close to transport, commercial, cultural and sporting facilities.

“More importantly, Symphony is at the heart of one of Australia’s top growth corridors which offers great upside potential for our home buyers.”
Tribeca was founded in 2007 as a residential construction company but has since become a leading residential land development and home building business in Australia.

It has offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and the Gold Coast. Over the past decade it has delivered more than 4500 homes worth $1.1 billion in developed value across Queensland, NSW and Victoria.

Symphony, and the Pimpama Village community, is well connected to transport options with easy access to the M1 by car and bus services offering city-wide connections, including the nearby Ormeau railway station.

Four-bedroom homes at Symphony start from $489,980 and display homes can be inspected by appointment.

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