Great Keppel Island Resort needs Altum Property Group
Posted on November 20th, 2019
Earlier this month (6th Nov) I had the pleasure of inspecting Parkridge Noosa with Rob McCready and Alex Rigby, Directors of Altum Property Group.
One month earlier (9th Oct), Capricorn Enterprise issued a formal media statement on behalf of Altum Property Group confirming the company had entered a conditional contract to commence the sale process of the Great Keppel Island Resort leases and were undergoing due diligence which includes negotiations with the State government.
In that statement, Alex Rigby said that “the Great Keppel Island Revitalisation Project is an exciting tourism development opportunity and together with the support of the Queensland Government can create the most iconic new tourism destination in Queensland.”
After inspecting Parkridge Noosa with Alex and Rob, I can absolutely attest to their credentials and saw first hand why Altum has won significant industry construction and sustainable development awards.
The 179 apartment development with Resort style restaurant, pool, gym and open space “Parkridge Gardens” which will all be open to the public, was well and truly under construction and to learn that $150 Million of the $200 Million sales for the total project had been secured ‘off the plan’ was impressive.
In fact, the first twenty high quality town houses are already occupied, whilst the remainder of the development is being completed, a true reflection of the confidence that residents and investors hold for this magnificent development.
To inspect first hand, the scale of this development dwarfed by the surrounding lush bushland and inland lake, in total harmony to the natural beauty of Noosa, proved to me that Rob and Alex are the responsible, sustainable developers we need to create a new Great Keppel Island Resort.
Chief Executive Officer