The $3.933 million sale was secured by Highland Project Marketing.
The half floor 601/43 Garfield Terrace offering has 206 sqm and 92 sqm external space.
It is in the Sammut Group project designed by PBD Architects which hit the market recently.
The project is being marketed as offering a 6-star resort style lifestyle, in an absolute beachfront location.
The tower’s 43 luxury apartment include 36 half-floor villas between levels 3 to 20, two double-storey “sky homes”, 10 full-floor sub-penthouses and a penthouse from level 33 to 35.
The penthouse comes with 4 master bedrooms with ensuites & walk-in robes, plus a 5th bedroom/study, gourmet kitchen, butler’s pantry, expansive living and dining zone, and rooftop alfresco area with private pool.
The 601 sale is the first contracted sale with its price details officially released by the Sutherland Shire, Sydney-based Sammut Group which quickly secured $110m in conditional sales within its ultra-luxury development after submitting the development application last month.
More than half of the 43 beachfront apartments were optioned with a $50,000 holding deposit which will be converted to contracts requiring a 10 per cent deposit.
The contracts will be subject to council approval, which is expected “before Christmas.”
The sales have ranged from $3.5m to $9m at an average of more than $4.5m.
No more than two apartments will be on each floor in what will be the first luxury tower built in central Surfers Paradise since Jade was completed around 15 years ago.
Co-founded in 1993 by brothers John and Allen, Sammut Group follows the vision of their father Paul Sammut, who built over 200 prestigious homes and developments throughout New South Wales.
Half floor offerings have become popular at Surfers Paradise.
Shoreline has half floor three bedroom apartments priced from $1.15 million to $1.8 million.
It has 27 apartments over 17 levels by Marquee Development Partners just across the road from the beach.
One Cannes had a limited number of half floor apartments, set north facing on a premium bend of the Main River.
The project is by Marquee Development Partners.