A luxury residential development under construction at Town Beach is on track for completion in mid-2022.
Project delivery, planning and construction firm Bloc is behind the development, named Galerie, on the site bounded by William Street, Lord Street and Church Street.
Galerie has a total development cost of about $35 million.
Bloc director Andrew Redwin said the build was progressing well.
Recently completed work includes the level one formwork and the ground floor scaffold level one. The blockwork is underway.
Sales were launched for the project early in 2020 and the development has since sold out.
Mr Redwin said that was a reflection of people's confidence in the build, the quality of the development, the location and property market.
"There are not many spots like it in Port Macquarie and the property market in Port Macquarie is hot, like it is down the east coast of Australia," he said.
Mr Redwin said Bloc would deliver a good quality development.
The north of the site will be home to an apartment building with 28 high-end two and three bedroom apartments.
Six large townhouses will front Church Street to the south.
The development will have a central courtyard and basement parking.
The number of workers on the construction site, which averages about 50, will increase as the project moves into future stages.
Galerie is one of several residential projects in the pipeline along Port Macquarie's coastal strip.
An apartment development with 68 units is proposed off Pacific Drive near Windmill Hill.
The site earmarked for the development comprises vacant land on the western side of Pacific Drive and an existing motel. The vacant land is next to Rocky Beach Motel.
The plan is to build two levels of basement parking, six residential levels above the basement and one unit at lower ground level.
The development application, lodged with Port Macquarie-Hastings Council, will be determined by the Regional Planning Panel.
In another project, a six-storey residential flat building, with 10 units, shared pedestrian access and car parking, is earmarked for 27 Pacific Drive.
Development application documentation said the design responded to the site's slope and stepped down in height in response to the east to west topography.
The design makes the most of the ocean and hinterland views.
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