A ribbon cutting ceremony was held to mark the completion of the final phase of the homes as part of a joint renovation project.
The £14 million West Cliffs Mansion scheme is the fifth residential development to be delivered by the Bournemouth Development Company.
The collection of 44 one, two and three bedroom homes sold out before completion.
Property prices ranged from £210,000 to just under £600,000.
The new building is located on the site of the former Durley Road car park in Bournemouth.
The Bournemouth Development Company, a partnership between BCP Council and national developer Muse, has teamed up with contractor in Poole Parsons and Joyce to deliver the scheme.
Speaking at yesterday’s ribbon-cutting ceremony, Cllr Philip Broadhead, portfolio holder of the BCP Development, Growth and Regeneration Council, described West Cliff Mansion as a “fantastic looking building”.
He added: “Everyone has their own ideas about what a successful regeneration would look like.
For some, it’s taking a dirtier part of town and putting something in there to create a new destination.
“For others, it is about providing homes, particularly for locals, first-time buyers, professionals and those looking to move to the area.
And for others, it’s about creating distinctive buildings that really show where you’re trying to create.
Any one of those, individually, I think would be a successful renovation.
“The great thing is that this building – the West Cliff Mansion – does all three.”
Cllr Broadhead said that by any measure the scheme could be judged a success, adding: “It has been ten years now with the Public/Private Partnership through the Bournemouth Development Company.
“We look forward to at least another ten years of wonderful developments in the future.”
Bournemouth Development’s senior director of development, Toby Marden, said £80m of investment has now been made in the area.
Of this amount, £65m was specifically in construction contracts which were all within the local supply chain.
In total, around £90m of value was created on completion of the five projects.
“It’s been a long time since this,” said Toby, “but it’s great to have our customers here before Christmas.
“The proof is in the dessert and we’ve had some great customer feedback.
“We’ve had people move in from as far away as Manchester.
“These are the people who are committing their future to Bournemouth.
“It highlights that this is a wonderful place to live.
“It was an impressive sales result.
“How fortunate we are to sell everything and get everyone involved before the impact of what is happening at the moment.
“We spent a long time working on what we wanted to build here and what would have the biggest impact.
Then we looked at his height and made sure we did something really memorable.
This is the main entry point into the city.
“I am really happy with the design, how it is created and the build quality.”
All homes at West Cliff Mansions are designed to a high specification.
It features an open kitchen, living and dining space.
Each home also offers its own outdoor space with either a private balcony or balcony.
A special touch for new residents moving in was a welcome hamper, put together by The Westbourne Grocer.
Initially, 16 council-owned sites were slated for development around Bournemouth town center by the joint venture.
The other four projects delivered so far are: