Rise in Demand, Housing needs fuel property development
The increasing demand for luxury homes has fuelled the development of properties in some of the most popular residential areas in the Capital City. One of the latest projects in luxury homes has been undertaken by one of the country’s largest luxury builders — Pacific Building Solutions — known as the Tamavua Estates. A statement from the company yesterday said the property was a collection of strata titled luxury single family terraced homes and the first four single family homes were released this week.
According to the company with two homes already taken, the demand continues to outpace supply for well designed and built modern homes in Suva’s best suburbs. It said Tamavua Estates was designed for the busy professional and their family in mind and with fully landscaped and low maintenance yards, homeowners could focus on enjoying lifestyle rather than maintenance. These boutique luxury residences are the result of a collaborative effort between Blue Horizon, Pacific Building Solutions and Conway Architects. With a focus on innovative design, smart living and luxury finishes, Tamavua Estates will set a new benchmark for luxury living in Tamavua. Set high above the streetscape, the homes will capture the prevailing breeze and sea views and be the envy of the neighbours.
PBS director Michael Fairfax said Tamavua Estates had generated a lot of interest, even before the official sales and marketing campaigns started. “We are seeing increased demand for quality luxury residences in premier Suva locations and there is no better area than Tamavua,” said Mr Fairfax. Property development and management company Blue Horizon director Mark Acraman said “luxury residences are expected to meet buyers’ high expectations such as modern building facades, spacious open plan interiors, well appointed kitchens, luxury bathrooms and integrated alfresco outdoor areas. At Tamavua Estates we went above and beyond by adding a private plunge pool, full perimeter fencing and innovative storage solutions.
Source: Fiji Times / PBS