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Ultra luxury on The Spit

AUSTRALIA: Gordon Corp has appointed globally-renowned construction specialist Multiplex to deliver its $300 million ultra-luxury project, The Mantaray Marina and Residences. Ground breaking is expected soon, which makes it the first development to be delivered under the Queensland Government’s Spit Master Plan.

The Mantaray Marina and Residences, the first development on The Spit in over 20 years, is the vision of project partners Tim Gordon, founder and CEO of Gordon Corp, and pub baron Bruce Mathieson.
“A development of this calibre requires a Tier 1 contractor and our partnership with Multiplex provides quality, certainty, and more than 60 years of local and international experience,” Gordon said. “Mantaray Marina and Residences has been designed as a world-class residential experience and our investment in this precinct will create one of the globe’s most coveted residential and superyachting destinations.”
The Rothelowman-designed residences include a collection of 24 two, three and four-bedroom apartments, villas and penthouses alongside a 67-berth superyacht marina, resort facilities and The Mantaray Club – a members-only on-water lounge.
Designed to Platinum Gold Anchor standard, the superyacht marina will provide long and short-term berth leasing, immediate ocean passage through the Gold Coast Seaway and year-round deep-water access, top level marina operations, on-site security and full-service concierge.
A retail plaza, designed to create a strong link between The Broadwater and the Pacific Ocean, will connect the precinct to its surroundings and provide access to leading restaurants and cafés.
Multiplex regional director, Michael Sinclair, said construction would commence in early 2024 and would be delivered by a dedicated team of prestige project specialists. “Like many Tier 1 builders, we are selective about the projects we undertake and The Mantaray Marina and Residences is without doubt an exceptional addition to our workbook,” he said.
Prices for three and four-bedroom residences at The Mantaray start at $8.5 million, and the penthouse collection starts at $14.4 million.

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