Lakehouse Corporate Space’s new-look offices have been unveiled following a multi-million dollar makeover, with owners and tenants moving into their contemporary commercial suites.
Lakehouse Corporate Space, located in Robina, features 36 absolute lakefront strata titled suites which are being upgraded as part of an $8 million renovation program. The first 15 suites have now been fully renovated, with each boasting fully ducted air conditioning, modern energy efficient lighting and independent power supply. The suites have been converted to offer a completely open floorplan, which purchasers have the flexibility to customise to match the look and feel of their business, with a range of fittings and finishes available.
One of the first businesses to move into the new suites is RPS Group which has been based at Lakehouse Corporate Space for eight years and has witnessed the transformation of the project. RPS amalgamated three suites to achieve a total floorspace of 446sqm and have signed a five year lease with a five year option.
RPS Gold Coast general manager Scott Nind said the decision to remain at Lakehouse was an easy one due to the flexible floorplans on offer, the precinct’s location and upgraded facilities.
“We previously rented two spaces in Lakehouse, but following the renovation we were able to secure three adjoining suites so our team of 40 surveyors, town planners, landscape architects and economic planners can all be under the one roof,” he said.
“We have remained long term tenants at Lakehouse because the location is so convenient – it’s just minutes from the motorway and there are 250 on site car parks so it’s very accessible for our staff and clients.
”The quality of the refurbishment to the suites is fantastic and together with the external upgrades – including extensive landscaping and a new on site cafe – our staff have an excellent working environment.”
Three suites remain available for owner occupiers priced from $589, 200, with three suites available as leased investments from $583,000, with the investment suites showing an eight per cent return.
The suites are being marketed by Knight Frank Gold Coast managing director Tania Moore, who said connectivity was a key driver for businesses looking for new commercial space.
“Businesses are placing more value on proximity to transport and amenities when selecting a location,” she said.
“Most of the 11 buyers and tenats who have already secured their suite have done so based on the precinct’s position just five minutes from Robina Town Centre and within walking distance of a local shopping village and tavern on Ron Penhaligon Way.
“Businesses are also increasingly conscious of their corporate image, so trophy features like Lakehouse’s 200 metre lakefront boardwalk, extended balconies and barbeque terraces and garden atriums make an appealing first impression.”
Contact Tania Moore fromn Knight Frank for all sales enquiries, or visit www.lakehouserobina.com.au