Assana will be the tallest tower in Broadbeach at 52 levels, topping The Oracle Beach Tower which is the current tallest at 50 levels
The Sydney-based development company, Macquarie Developments Group, has appointed the global construction giant Multiplex to build their first Gold Coast apartment project, Assana.
Assana will be the tallest tower in Broadbeach at 52 levels, topping The Oracle Beach Tower which is the current tallest at 50 levels.
Peter Galvin, CEO and Head of Development and Construction at Macquarie Developments Group, said MDG has been working alongside Multiplex from very early on in the design phases, even prior to the DA submission.
“When everyone is invested in the project early on, you get a much better result. That pride drives us all to go the extra mile to provide something that is unique for the buyers.
“We’re thrilled to have partnered with a company of Multiplex’s stature to build a relationship that will not only carry us through this project, but future developments as well.”
The corner site location of Assana at 15 Rosewood Avenue creates an impressive view corridor taking in the Pacific Ocean, the Nerang River, cityscape and the hinterland.
The waterfall design by SJB, will see 146 apartments added to the Broadbeach pipeline, some of the biggest on offer in the sought-after Gold Coast suburb.
Assana, translated to waterfall in the Irish language, will offer two-bed, two-bath apartments from nearly 120 sqm. The three-bedroom apartments will have over 140 sqm of living space, and the four-bed skyhomes ranging between 240 sqm and 295 sqm,
Onsite works are expected to start for the approved development around April/May time next year. The display suite, opposite the site, is set for completion in mid-December.
The sales launch is set to coincide with an influx of interstate visitors expected to flood into Queensland when borders reopen for the festive holiday season.
Galvin said the backing of a Tier 1 builder added to the excitement of unveiling a long list of luxury features across their spacious two and three-bedroom apartments and sky homes of penthouse proportions.
“We can safely go to market with the confidence of having one of Australia’s most reputable builders on board,” said Mr Galvin.
“That, in turn, gives buyers confidence in our ability to deliver what we’ve promised within the timeframe they expect. Throughout the process we have left no stone unturned, we have made it a priority to only work with industry leaders and you can see that from the impressive list of consultants currently working on the project.
“The people who make up Macquarie Developments Group have a 100 percent delivery rate and we plan to maintain that reputation.”
Article Source: www.urban.com.au
Two pools across the road from Surfers Paradise Beach: The extensive amenity driving buyers to Pacific One
Central Equity feel like they’ve nailed the brief of their buyers wants and needs at their first Gold Coast apartment tower, Pacific One.
When planning the development, which has evolved over the years, the prominent Melbourne developer expected the majority of buyers to be interested in two things; the extensive resident amenity, and the prime location near the beach.
Central Equity Executive Director Karl Kutner says their expectation has been matched so far from buyer feedback.
“The extensive amenity we’ve put together within the building, paired with the prime location just across the road from the beach, has been a big drawcard for buyers so far in the project,” Kutner says.
“Residents essentially have the choice of taking advantage of our onsite pool or gym, while also having the option of hitting the sand, the best of both worlds.”
Kutner says the demand, and expectation, is now a lot higher for this level of amenity than it once was.
“Once upon a time it was just a pool and a gym within the developments for residents. Now it’s all about how you can make the development as liveable as possible.”
Pacific One will offer over 2,000 sqm amenity, some of that dedicated just to buyers of the Sky Home and Penthouse collections, which will be officially launched later this year.
The expansive Pacific Club on level two is the main hub for the facilities. Residents will enter the tower through a two level lobby with mezzanine opening to the lushly landscaped terrace.
The main pool has a spa and children’s pool and is surrounded by poolside cabanas. A number of barbecue areas have been integrated into the landscaped areas and will be great for entertaining.
For the wellness conscious a second pool raised within the gardens with a waterfall edge will be ideal for lap swimming. There is also a spacious poolside gym, complemented by a yoga studio and sauna.
The resident’s lounge includes indoor and outdoor entertaining areas as well as a private dining room that can double up as a boardroom.
Central Equity’s plans for the prime site have evolved since securing the first development opportunity back in 2007. They were plotting a more boutique block, but as they picked up the neighbouring sites to make a 3,259 sqm corner block, much more befitting of a higher density tower.
Pacific One is located on the doorstep of the Gold Coast’s iconic Oceanway, a 36-kilometre stretch from The Spit in the north, and to Point Danger in the south.
Luxury global brands and Australian retailers line the nearby Pacific Fair, a shopping and dining destination that is just three G-link light rail stops away.
Pacific One has been popular with a diverse mix of buyers, given the varying configurations on offer, a rarity in most of the apartment developments near the Surfers Paradise sand.
“There’s not many projects at the moment in this location that offer one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments,” Kutner suggests, adding that the market has been starved of this type of product.
Article source: www.urban.com.au
$130 million Wynnum CBD apartment development proposed
The Brisbane-based property developer, HamBros, led by local developer Justin Ham, has lodged plans for a 27-level mixed-use development in the heart of Wynnum.
Ora, which will spread across a 7,278 sqm site at 74 Charlotte Street and 89 Bay Terrace, will be built behind the existing Wynnum Shopping Centre.
Ora, meaning ‘edge’ in Latin, has been designed by Ivory Collective and will comprise 275 apartments, with the amalgamation also planned to be home to retail space, as well as two-levels of commercial space.
“Ora is a development that intertwines the beautiful bayside environment of Wynnum with the ease and luxury of unit living,” architecture firm Ivory Collective noted in their design statement in the development application.
There will be 275 apartments in the development, made up of 54 one-bedroom, 148 two-bedroom and 67 three-bedroom apartments, along with six three-bed plus multi-purpose-room penthouses.
Ora’s floor plate is designed to orientate and capture as much of the East as possible, allowing for maximum exposure to the easterly breezes and bay views.
A full recreation level is planned for level five, with a 528 sqm restaurant and bar, set around an expansive pool terrace as well as a wet deck, space, sauna and steam rooms, private cabanas, a cinema, barbecues, meeting rooms, wine rooms and function spaces.
“The recreational level on Level 5 creates a space for both the public and residents alike to enjoy the beautiful bay views and surroundings,” the statement added.
Drawing inspiration from the Wynnum foreshore in both its material and palette and building form, Ora is made up of clean off-white concrete and bronzed feature cladding and batten, reflecting the warmth and clarity of the Wynnum/Manly beach front, Ivory Collective noted.
Education Investment Opportunity at The Mill at Moreton Bay
The Mill at Moreton Bay, emerging within a significant growth corridor in south-east Queensland, is being planned, delivered and activated by Millovate to help drive Moreton Bay region’s transformation into a distinct coastal polycentric city with a green focus.
Being developed as a sustainable, industry-integrated landmark destination for future residents, businesses and industries, academics and researchers, as well as visitors, The Mill at Moreton Bay is investigating the expansion of education infrastructure.
Building on the education opportunities offered by the University of Sunshine Coast (USC) Moreton Bay that opened at The Mill at Moreton Bay in 2020, there is an exciting opportunity for other innovative and diverse education providers to be part of this project.
Millovate chair Nigel Chamier said: “We are leading the 20-year staged masterplanned development of The Mill at Moreton Bay which contributes to Moreton Bay Regional Council’s vision to enable and support population growth and economic transformation, employment and talent creation and retention, and community health, wellbeing, learning and innovation within the region.
“The Mill at Moreton Bay is primely positioned within one of Australia’s most progressive regions, with connections to the airports and major road corridors across south-east Queensland, supporting businesses and industries.”
Moreton Bay Regional Council’s Mayor Peter Flannery said: “Since the launch of USC Moreton Bay’s world-class full-service university campus, growth in academic enrolments and research efforts have driven the university to proceed with delivering new spaces for teaching, research, sporting and recreational facilities. This is inspiring for our community.”
Chamier said that “Millovate is focused on building capacity in innovative and diverse education, research and training offerings, and lifelong learning opportunities to be delivered at The Mill at Moreton Bay.
“New education infrastructure is proposed to serve the Moreton Bay region’s community, and people from outside the region travelling to The Mill at Moreton Bay to access opportunities to learn and grow.”
“As part of the council’s vision, The Mill at Moreton Bay will support our region’s transformation, with the capacity to become an iconic, industry-integrated precinct in south-east Queensland,” Flannery said.
“The Mill at Moreton Bay’s investment in education, technology, innovation and research will differentiate our region from others within the state, and support and drive economic transformation for our region.
“Complementing this, we encourage greater emphasis on the development of professional roles that will create, attract and retain talent within our Moreton Bay region, which offers an affordable, community lifestyle.”
Education as a catalyst for transformation
In 2013, Moreton Bay Regional Council and Regional Development Australia investigated the possibility of delivering a new tertiary education facility within the Moreton Bay region—the findings highlighted a significant demand could be delivered in an area that was well positioned to serve the entire region.
In response, the council announced in 2015 that a site had been acquired at the former Australian Paper Manufacturers Petrie Mill in the Moreton Bay region to establish a university campus as catalytic infrastructure for education and research, economic development and employment, and community development. The 200ha site had a developable area of 65 hectares.
The Mill at Moreton Bay Priority Development Area (PDA) was declared in 2016 by the Queensland government and spans 460 hectares. The council’s 200ha site is within this PDA.
“The PDA advocates accelerated planning and development, market certainty and a significant scope to develop bespoke infrastructure, focused on economic development and community development, as overarching objectives,” Chalmiers said.
“This ensures The Mill at Moreton Bay’s investment opportunities are more enticing for investors.”
In 2020, USC Moreton Bay’s stage one opened with annual academic enrolments projected to reach 10,000 by 2030.
By 2021 USC Moreton Bay’s enrolments had reached 3000. With academic enrolments surpassing expectations, stage two with three new buildings was launched in 2022, projected to open in 2023 to cater for student growth, new programs and increased research efforts. 25,000 students are expected in the long term.
Education investment opportunity
Underpinned by the region’s projected demand and forecasted shortfall in education deliverables for the region, Millovate chief executive Stuart Pickering said “we are interested in working in partnership with education sectors, investors, developers, operators, and not-for-profit organisations who want to support the creation of a community at The Mill at Moreton Bay, and drive optimum outcomes for the Moreton Bay region.”
“The Mill at Moreton Bay is planning to integrate industries within the precinct, with a focus on building capabilities in education, healthcare, knowledge and lifelong learning, innovation and creativity, and more.
“Development activities we are considering include independent early childhood, primary and secondary schools; colleges and academies; special education; vocational education and training, and innovative and diversified education services.
“Potential proponents are encouraged to explore opportunities and to demonstrate the capability and capacity to develop innovative businesses, work with organisations to grow learning and employment opportunities, and work with USC and other education providers to develop education and training programs.
“Providing world-class educational facilities, academic disciplines and a related workforce, and employment opportunities, will deliver transformational outcomes for the region.
“The establishment of USC Moreton Bay at The Mill at Moreton Bay presents opportunities to nurture innovative, collaborative and cooperative hubs and partnerships with the university to produce creative and knowledge-intensive pathways and employment opportunities, including within healthcare and wellness.”
Education market sounding
To register interest, email firstname.lastname@example.org by 30 June 2022, detailing, at a minimum your company name, company overview and education interest in the project.
Millovate may nominate to meet with parties that register their interest.
The transaction framework involves a successful proponent entering into a development agreement with Millovate whereby the proponent is responsible for project delivery including managing all associated costs and risks. Long-term tenure will be granted to the proponent either by sale or lease of the land upon development completion. This is not just a land sale.
In the future, Millovate will offer industry opportunities in tourism and hotel, entertainment and sport, smart-city infrastructure, arts and culture, commerce, retail, and residential accommodation, to be delivered at The Mill at Moreton Bay.
Article source: www.theurbandeveloper.com
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