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A Consistent Track Record

anchorage-blog-image-timeline-1Richope Pty Ltd is extremely proud if it’s consistent track record of delivering successful development projects throughout Queensland, and is commitment to not only their clients but also the local communities they build in.

The first-class design of their current project – Anchorage Apartments – draws on more than 25 years of experience from the company’s sole director, Rick Sheid a and his dedicated team at Hope Island.Rick is passionately involved in the design and construction of all projects and he continues to push his team to strive for excellence.

Richope philosophy is motivated by the strong desire to construct quality residential project, which are each shaped to compliment individual design attributes with the unified appearance of the community they belong within.

Richope Pty Ltd’s projects include:

Anchorage Apartments, Hope Island (current): This land has been owned by the Sheid a family for the past 25 years. It has been given special heights and density relaxation due its prominent position, and has been recognised as Key Site by the Gold Coast City Council. The site was originally approved by the DA for 279 one, two and three-bedroom apartments across a seven buildings to be built over seven stages. However, the number of apartments has since been reduced to 220 in the revised DA. Communal amenities will be a defining feature of the project. A large swimming pool, a generous barbeque area and a Teppanyaki bar, communal vegetable garden, function room, cafe and a fully equipped gymnasium will be built on the south east corner of the land next to Banksia Park and overlooking the water.

Additional information on the project:

 

  • Total Land Area 1.7hectars;
  • 70m2 allocated to a cafe;
  • Average prices per unit $500,000;
  • Most of the two-bedroom (+ study) and all of the three-bedroom apartments have two parking spaces;
  • 90% of apartments have water views;
  • Jetties will be offered separately to apartment owners (optional);
  • Body corporate fees is as low as $50/pw;
  • Estimated completion date by end of 2018.

Pacifica Apartments, Paradise Point (2012): This project was first of its kind in Paradise Point and included a mixed development of retail, commercial and apartment living spaces. The site was acquired in 2008 and originally housed a discussed BP fuel station, which required extensive remediation work. The project was developed in partnership with P3 Capital and is now home to the Paradise Point Medical Center, Paradise Point Pharmacy, QML Pathology, Physio Max, Paradise Point Podiatry and Aquda Dental surgery. The project was also nominated in this round of UDIA selection for the urban renewal award.

Retail Shops, Bundaberg (2007): Richope Pty Ltd purchased a group of four retail shops along with the vacant land next to the McDonald’s restaurant in Bundaberg’s CBD. They expanded the shopping complex by building additional shops on the vacant land and redeveloped the entire site as a new restaurant precinct for the area.

Chappell Hills, Childers (2009):Developed 36 rural residential allotments, which comprised of predominantly 5 acre lots. The company developed these lots using their own machinery. They sold four lots to individual buyers and the balance was sold to another developer who specialised in the sale of rural properties.

Centre Point @ Stephenson St, Hervey Bay(2006): The project consisted of 46 townhouses built around a large Communal Centre, that included a lap pool, BBQ area and extensive wet areas. This urban living space was built as part of the stage one and proved to be an outstanding feature for the project, boasting sales rates. Stage 1 also included 12 units, which were sold directly to client’s base in Sydney. The project sold in record time and when the GFC hit, only three units were left to sell

Sienna Place, Coombabah (1994): This development consisted of 20 homes on small lots. Richope Pty Ltd purchased the land, obtained approval, subdivided and built the residences under their own building license. They also sold all 20 homes through their own marketing division, and a majority of the buyers were direct marketed from NSW.

Private Homes & Townhouses (1996-2005): The company has built private residences for both owner occupiers and investors in Runaway Bay, Paradise Point, Coombabah an Bigger a Waters along with Springfield Lakes and Forrest Lakes in Brisbane. These projects were mainly for existing clients, friends, family or work colleagues. Richope Pty Ltd also looked after the rental management and maintenance of these properties. They no longer manage the properties but have maintained a positive relationship with many of these clients.