Dynamic global real estate firm Raine & Horne continues to play a leading role in the evolution of the Fijian property market with its appointment to market modern luxury apartments in WG Friendship Plaza, the Pacific nation’s tallest building.
Aveet Goundar, Co-Principal of Raine & Horne Fiji, said WG Friendship Plaza, the contemporary luxury hotel, apartment, and commercial tower, is the tallest building in Fiji and the first to combine residential and commercial functions.
“Merging residential and commercial space makes WG Friendship Plaza a milestone venture in Fiji in more ways than one,” Mr Goundar commented.
The modern prestige apartments will start from a very affordable FJ$450,000 (A$298,000) for a modern studio unit to FJ$2.485 million (A$1.65 million) for a stunning 226 square metre five-bedroom deluxe apartment.
Mixed-use real estate prestige
The prestigious tower offers a variety of uses, and it includes a five-star hotel, international business offices, opulent apartments, high-end retail, restaurants, health and fitness studios, entertainment facilities, business conference rooms, and a full complement of hotel and residential amenities, including executive lounge and swimming pool.
“From high-end retail to five-star accommodation and world-class executive facilities, the Suva skyscraper, which has been developed by a private Chinese investor, is perfectly geared towards the growing tourism, investment immigration, retirement immigration and leisure needs of Fiji’s southeast coast of the island of Viti Levu, in the Rewa Province,” notes Mr Goundar.
“As the largest and most advanced foreign investment project in Fiji, WG Friendship Plaza is a solid representation of Fiji’s enormous potential and the strength of its international relations.”
Mr Goundar expects the luxury apartments will appeal to local and foreign buyers.
Extensive global reach lands Raine & Horne the WG Friendship Plaza listings
Raine & Horne won this appointment as the developer is impressed with our network’s global reach with offices in Australia, the Middle East, India, and Asia, so it’s on the market internationally, according to Mr Goundar. Raine & Horne aso has three offices in Fiji including Suva, Nadi and Lautoka.
“Significantly, these apartments are on a strata title, and as the WG Friendship Plaza sits within the city boundaries of Suva, there are no restrictions on foreign investors to buy a slice of Fiji’s most prestigious and iconic tower,” he said.
As the most significant urban complex in Fiji financed by foreign investors and developers, WG Friendship Plaza aligns with the construction standards of the world’s top-tier cities and complies with the high levels of design intelligence and environmentalism practiced in Australia and New Zealand.
Mr Goundar explained, “At the same time, the tower respects the character of Suva. Overall, WG Friendship Plaza is a development icon that won’t soon be surpassed or outdated.”