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Oct 29, 2019 | News, Residential

Cambridge Residences Robina

Project: Cambridge Residences – Laver Drive, Robina
Client:    Eastview
Value:   $162 million

Perfectly positioned in the heart of Robina’s CBD, Cambridge Residences offer a truly unmatched location, only 2 minutes to Robina Town Centre, less than 10 minutes to Bond University, 15 minutes to stunning Gold Coast beaches, a short drive to the M1 Motorway and within walking distance is CBUS Stadium, Bond University, many well-respected Schools, Robina Hospital, a major medical precinct and train station.

This new high quality development comprises 386 Apartments across 4 Towers, including basement car park and access to amenities such as pool, gym, multiple dining and recreation areas and BBQ area. Stage 1 and Stage 2 sold out, Stage 3 is now selling, Stage 4 is to be released soon.

Eastview commissioned MDA Consulting Engineers to provide the following design and construction services components:

  • Mechanical Services
  • Electrical Services
  • Fire Sprinkler Services
  • Lift Services
  • Hydraulic Services
  • Energex Large Customer Connection

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