Media Release – KOKO Broadbeach

13 Aug 2020


Media release


August 6, 2020



Morris Property Group celebrates a new high for Koko Broadbeach


Morris Property Group today marked a key milestone in its expanding Queensland portfolio, with construction of its Koko Broadbeach property on the Gold Coast reaching its highest point.

The achievement was celebrated with a topping out ceremony led by Morris Property Group Director Barry Morris.

“The topping out ceremony is a tradition that began thousands of years ago, most likely in Scandinavia, when a fir tree was hoisted to the top of a building to appease spirits that had been displaced during construction,” Mr Morris said.

“We may have replaced the fir with a broad-leaved Lilly Pilly from the Queensland rainforest, but the significance remains. We’re delighted to have reached this key point with Koko, in light of the challenges that have faced not just the construction industry, but all sectors, in recent months.

“That Koko has reached this critical milestone with no delays and is now on track to welcome its first residents in early 2021 shows the industry remains robust and there is still significant demand for high-quality apartments in sought-after locations.”

Mr Morris said that once construction was complete and the tree removed from the top of the building, it would be planted as part of Koko’s landscaping.

The 31-storey Koko development has panoramic coastal and hinterland views and is one minute from Oracle Boulevard and the Oasis shopping centre, 250 metres from Kurrawa Beach and Pratten Park, 500 metres from Broadbeach North Light Rail Station and a three-minute drive to Pacific Fair Shopping Centre.

With just four apartments per floor, layouts are light-filled and spacious. Open-plan living and dining areas are designed to include generous storage, while contemporary stone kitchens in Koko’s three-bedroom apartments feature Franke, Wolf and Subzero appliances. Tiled bathrooms add a sleek and modern aesthetic.

Koko also features a pool and lounge area, yoga lawn and modern gym, as well as a private outdoor entertainment area in the level 5 residents’ resort, plus a ground-floor café and reception.

“Koko offers the perfect beach lifestyle combined with urban must-haves, such as access to great dining and entertainment options, and the full gamut of shopping experiences,” says Mr Morris.

“We’ve seen strong demand for Koko apartments from NSW and Victorian buyers who have holidayed in Broadbeach before and fallen in love with the area. They’ve bought into the property to secure a great holiday lockup – available whenever they need it to come and escape – which also gives them the opportunity to move here full-time if they wish.

“On completion, Morris Property Management will also offer Koko Broadbeach owners full-service long and short-term property management.”

Koko’s two and three-bedroom apartments are selling from $719,900.


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