Mosaic’s new home on the Gold Coast!

Deon Calder
Deon Calder

Hot on the heels of our successful move to the Sunshine Coast in 2016, the team at Mosaic Property Group is very proud to present our brand-new office on the glittering Gold Coast.

The space at 18 Albert Avenue in Broadbeach boasts a fantastic location, just a stone’s throw from the beach and short drive from local amenity like The Star, Pacific Fair and Convention Centre.

The Gold Coast itself has grown up significantly in the past few years. Once mainly known as a holiday destination, ongoing urbanisation and population growth has transformed the region into a booming area, with a property market to match.

The new office marks the beginning of our long-term strategy to invest sustainably in the Gold Coast, employing local staff and contributing to the local economy as we did on the Sunshine Coast. Every project we undertake is meticulously researched and executed with purpose, and our move to the Gold Coast is no different.

Kicking off our plans for Queensland’s Southern Coast is the exquisite Bela by Mosaic in Mermaid Beach. The office in Albert Avenue incorporates a state-of-the-art showroom, showcasing the remarkable sub-penthouse kitchen and bathroom finishes residents can expect in Bela.

Bela Kitchen Render

Coming soon… Bela’s luxury design will bring a new level of coastal decadence to Mermaid Beach. Sub-Penthouse kitchen shown. Artist Impression, indicative only.

It’s true that the Gold Coast is a completely different market to Brisbane and even the Sunshine Coast, and each project we deliver will reflect the needs and expectations of locals.

With an existing and future development pipeline of $1 billion, including boutique apartment developments in some of South East Queensland’s most sought-after locations, the Mosaic team couldn’t be more excited about the next phase for our business.

To find out more about why we’re so excited about the future of investing in the Gold Coast, download our full report below.

Download Mosaic Gold Coast Report