KM Sales and Marketing Associate Director Todd Matheson says there’s been huge interest for Greenwich since its unique design was revealed a few months ago
Chevron Island’s apartment record has been set, with the off the plan penthouse in the newly launched Greenwich apartment tower selling for $4.25 million.
A local buyer has amalgamated two apartments in the Anembo Street tower, developed by the Brisbane-based developer Ention Properties, to create a massive whole-floor apartment with five bedrooms, five bathrooms, two living rooms and three balconies.
It will span 400 sqm of internal living space, and 60 sqm of balconies and terraces in the architecturally-striking project by Ferro Chow Architects, who were inspired by Manhattan’s famous Flatiron building,
“We were approached by a buyer who had a spectacular vision for Greenwich’s top floor, prompting us to reconfigure its design into the most spacious penthouse ever seen on Chevron Island,” Ention Founding Director, Trent Thoroughgood, said.
Greenwich 30 Anembo Street, Surfers Paradise QLD 4217
new design materialises a sprawling New York City apartment, with high ceilings, soaring arched windows, impeccable views across the Gold Coast’s glittering sights and a truly incredible level of internal and external living space.”
KM Sales and Marketing Associate Director Todd Matheson says there’s been huge interest for Greenwich since its unique design was revealed a few months ago.
“We have received an enormous amount of enquiry since we took the wraps off Greenwich, and we’ve seen the bulk of this interest come from owner occupiers who have been drawn in by Greenwich’s unique design and proximity to local lifestyle precincts,” Matheson said.
“You’ve got this genuine sense of New York extravagance sat at what is essentially the gateway between two of the
Gold Coast’s most vibrant arts and entertainment destinations, HOTA and Surfers Paradise. Greenwich will mostly comprise of three-bedroom apartments, with a selection of two-bedroom units, the latter starting from $595,000. Prices rise to $2.5 million for the largest three-bedroom apartments.
“Greenwich has opened the door a broad market of buyers to get their hands on the high-end luxury they’ve typically been priced out of, from downsizers to young executives and even some savvy first home buyers,” Matheson added.
“Make no mistake though, this one of the most remarkable residential collections to hit the market and I believe it won’t take long for such a rare shot at luxury to fly off the shelf.”
Greenwich will take advantage of its location with arched floor-to-ceiling windows which will allow for views across the surrounding parkland, the Nerang River, and the hinterland.
The tower will be crowned by a yoga lawn and luxury rooftop pool, which will also take in views over the city skyline and the river.
About the developer Ention Properties was founded by Dion Smith and Trent Thoroughgood in 2013.
Since then, the company has nudged its workbook value over the $100 million mark, creating premium residences across South-East Queensland.
Ention are behind 160 Macquarie, St Lucia’s first
riverfront apartment development in a decade.