SOLD OUT: $44m holiday apartment complex to open by Christmas

AS construction of the $44 million, 10-storey Breeze apartments at Mooloolaba esplanade approaches completion in November, all 58 apartments have now sold out.

Bounded by The Esplanade, First Ave and Meta St, the architecturally designed apartment complex will be a mix of one, two and three-bedroom homes.

"We've been really sitting at one or two units left here for the last couple of months, but we're now sold out," Aria development director Michael Hurley said.

Aria - Breeze Mooloolaba
Aria - Breeze Mooloolaba Stefan Jannides Photography

The majority of purchasers were from Queensland, a handful were from interstate, and a couple from New Zealand, he said.

"The beauty about having your property in the holiday accommodation pool is you can utilise it for Christmas or Easter or weekends, and whenever it isn't booked by you, it can be in the accommodation pool generating income," he said.

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Mr Hurley said about 80-90% of apartments were expected to be leased as short-term accommodation.

"It's probably going to be one of the true Class 3 buildings - designed for short term accommodation," he said.

The development's build was slightly ahead of schedule, with Hutchinson Builders pulling out all stops to have Breeze complete well before Christmas.

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"Our builders are a couple of weeks ahead of schedule, which is fantastic," Mr Hurley said.

"We're anticipating a completion of the building in November.

"We'll be ready to take Christmas bookings here in the next couple of months."

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