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Emporio Silences Market Sceptics

By Dan Sowden

Emporio has continued to defy property market trends in recent weeks, with the development recording six sales in as many days.

It seems the expiry of the Queensland government’s building boost grant contributed to the flurry of interest, with buyers keen to take advantage of the initiative before it was too late.

The generous incentive offered by the government came to an end on 30 April, and with construction of Stage One apartments nearing completion, it’s no surprise Emporio has attracted such a high volume of interest.

The record week of sales saw both owner occupiers and investors get their hands on the limited number of apartments on offer at Emporio.

Emporio continues to attract buyers from all spectrums, with seasoned players in the property market recognizing the development’s investment potential, and the sought-after mixed-use concept attracting both rental tenants and owner occupiers alike.

Emporio features a unique blend of apartment living, office space, restaurants and cafes, and incorporates seven individual buildings based around a street called ‘Emporio Place’ in the heart of the Maroochydore CBD.

Emporio’s connectivity to the CBD’s new network of bikeways and neighbouring Sunshine Plaza also demonstrate location is still at the forefront for those looking to buy.

For more information regarding the Emporio development or to view how construction is progressing, visit

Alternatively, you can contact sales executive, Nicholas Criss, on 5451 8500 to arrange your private viewing or visit the Facebookpage for the latest updates.

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