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    The Sunshine Coast’s largest display village launches this weekend

    Nicholas Rider

    This Saturday, the largest display village on the Sunshine Coast will showcase 43 designer homes from 25 local and national home builders.

    The launch of Harmony Display World will preview AVID Property Group’s $3-billion masterplanned community for the suburb of Palmview.

    AVID Property Group general manager Queensland Bruce Harper says the new space will offer residents and potential buyers an opportunity to explore the diverse range of housing while taking in the vision for the new community.

    “Providing choice is important to us as we know that no two buyers’ needs are the same, whether visitors are looking for a family-sized home or a more compact home, Harmony Display World has something to suit everyone,” he says.

    “With a series of active and relaxation areas, the precinct will be a one-stop shop where visitors can not only find information about the homes on offer, but experience the atmosphere and lifestyle of Harmony.”

    “The unique design of the village provides visitors with the opportunity to move around the homes at their own pace with relaxation nodes scattered throughout to rest and reenergise or to simply sit back and take in the community.”

    Set on 378 hectares, the overall project will deliver more than 4,800 homes, along with a town centre and 100 hectares of open space. Harmony has achieved a South-East Queensland first, receiving six ‘Leaf’ national EnviroDevelopment certification in masterplanned communities from the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA).

    Harmony Display World will be launched on Saturday 18 November ahead of its official opening on 23 November.  

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