Palm Beach Experiences Greater Increase in Residential Demand

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With the Gold Coast population rapidly growing, Palm Beach has become one of the city’s most sought-after suburbs.

Nestled between Tallebudgera and Currumbin creeks, and boasting a vibrant cafe and restaurant culture, people from around Australia are flocking to this alluring town.

Urbis reported in 2020 the Gold Coast’s apartment market has seen the strongest quarterly response in more than four years, 97% above their Q3 results.

Real Estate Investor, found there is a current vacancy rate in Palm Beach of 0.74%, proving the demand to live in this southern beachside strip continues to increase.

Located on the beachfront of the Southern to mid-end of Palm Beach, Jefferson Lane is home to some of the most luxurious beachfront homes on the Gold Coast. Over the years, the street has become an exclusive and desired place to live.

Offering the ultimate beach to door lifestyle, Lacey Group have recently launched 33 elegantly designed residential apartments for their latest project The Monroe.

The demand to live in prime real estate on the exclusive Jefferson Lane is in high demand, with Lacey Group’s most recent project, The Monroe, selling out a collection of 32 of their 33 apartments within a two-week period.

With the demand to not only live in Palm Beach, but on Jefferson Lane, the last of these unique stunning homes are expected to sell quickly.

To find out more about The Monroe, or to register your interest, visit:

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