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It’s business as usual in unusual times at Halcyon Greens

Update
May 19, 2020

It’s business as usual in unusual times as we move forward with the construction of homes in Stage 4 and the completion of The Lodge, the last piece in Halcyon Greens' $15 million Recreation and Lifestyle Precinct.

Greens’ Project Director Glenn Nugent said while construction had slowed down slightly due to COVID-19, the community was well on its way to full completion.

“More than half of the homes available in Stage 4 were snapped up when they were released in February,” Mr Nugent said.

“There are still some great sites still available that back on to the large nature reserve area which surrounds our community.”

“This release also has our first RV homes which come with up to a 10-metre garage and are capable of storing a motorhome or caravan.”

Mr Nugent said the completion of the Lodge was a significant milestone in the story of Halcyon Greens, and described as being in a “world of its own in terms of luxury and style.”

The Lodge is a luxury entertainment and leisure venue complete with Gold Class style cinema, indoor/outdoor bar area, plush lounge areas, travertine fireplace, private dining room, library and a sala – a European inspired outdoor space designed to soak up the winter sun.

“The large Gold Class style cinema will seat 40 people in a lush leather and superior sound environment with a six-metre-high screen giving you an amazing perspective when it’s time to watch your favourite movie or show,” he said.

Halcyon’s Joint Managing Director Dr Bevan Geissmann said the evolution of the community from wetlands to thriving country club-style living was very rewarding.

“We wanted to replicate what we had seen on a trip to Florida and we thought what better place than South East Queensland,” he said.

He said they bought in Sanctuary Cove’s masterplanner Brian Toyota to create Halcyon Greens, who came up with the idea to have a sports and leisure precinct stretching through the community like a spine.

“The idea was to have all homes a two-minute walk from facilities and a two-minute walk to the nature reserve surrounding the community,” he said.

“We truly have Australia’s biggest lifestyle on offer and it is only getting bigger in 2020.”