A company linked with local estate agent, Ali Mian, has submitted plans to the Gold Coast City Council for a 21 level tower with just 27 three and four-bedroom apartments
The busy Broadbeach market is expecting a new residential apartment tower targeted at the high end owner-occupier.
A company linked with local estate agent, Ali Mian, has submitted plans to the Gold Coast City Council for a 21 level tower with just 27 three and four-bedroom apartments.
Raunik Design handled the architecture of the tower at 38 Australia Avenue.
There will be 20 three-bedroom apartments, from levels two to 12, and then a recreation level which will feature a swimming pool, day beds, a barbecue area, dining and seating spaces, as well as a kids play room, a board room and a gym.
Above the recreation level to the top of the building is where the four bedroom apartments will live, topping out with a two level penthouse at level 21.
The penthouse covers 267 sqm, with the two living areas and three bedrooms on the lower level. Upstairs, the master suite includes a walk in wardrobe and ensuite, as well as a second kitchen, living and dining area. Stepping onto the balcony, the 116 sqm space comes with a private pool, an outdoor kitchen, as well as a barbecue and pizza oven.
The developer joins a host of interstate property groups currently sweeping up sites on Broadbeach as they look to take advantage of rising demand for new apartments and a looming under-supply of stock.
Developers have also been buoyed by state government forecasts that suggest the Gold Coast could now attract up to 15,000 people per annum.
Article Source: www.urban.com.au