Plans have been lodged for a 21-level apartment tower at 3671 Main Beach Parade, on the sought-after beachfront side, which will have just half and whole-floor apartments
The developer push for more high-end apartment towers on the Gold Coast is set to continue at Main Beach.
Plans have been lodged for a 21-level apartment tower at 3671 Main Beach Parade, on the sought-after beachfront side, which will have just half and whole-floor apartments.
The application was lodged by local hotelier Bruce Donnachy, who runs the Arundel Tavern.
The half-floor apartments will run from levels three to nine. Level nine upwards will have just whole-floor three bedroom apartments, with 328 sqm of internal space and 80 sqm of external balconies.
Crowning the DBI-designed development is the two-level penthouse, spanning some 670 sqm of internal living space and a further 100 sqm of outdoor. The half-floor apartments will have 191 sqm of internal space.
The resident amenity is located on level 10, where there will be a gym, multi-purpose room, swimming pool with deck, and a barbecue area.
DBI’s brief was to design a contemporary coastal luxury 5-star residential apartment building that is timeless.
“The timeless architecture will set a new benchmark in the Main Beach Precinct,” DBI advise in the submissions to the Gold Coast City Council.
“The architecture of the proposed luxury residential development is composed of simple curved and linear forms, white concrete spandrels, a textured and timeless material palette of travertine stone and timber screening, creating a rich and layered coastal effect.
“A series of planters on the facade add a layering and softening of the built form, reinforcing the importance of sub-tropical design.”
The subject site sits at the eastern edge of the core Main Beach precinct.
“This project offers the opportunity to design a luxury residential apartment building that caters for the owner occupier,” DBI’s statement read.
The high-end development trend is sweeping the Gold Coast, as stock continues to tighten as the luxury owner-occupier demand continues to rise.
Nearby on Main Beach Parade is La Mer, one of the few developments in Main Beach currently selling which also targets the luxury owner-occupier.
La Mer comprises just 29 apartments across its 34 levels, start from 307 sqm. It is being pitched itself as the ultimate downsizer development by NPA Projects. “Transitioning from a house to an apartment has never been easier,” NPA advise.
Only a handful of apartments remain.
Broadbeach is seeing more of an uptick in the luxury owner-occupier space than some of the surrounding Gold Coast suburbs.
Little Projects recently launched Aperture, which will have just 29 apartments across the 35 levels, with 26 full-floor apartments with three bedrooms, three bathrooms and three parking spaces.
They start from $2.1 million, with every level of the 120 metre building offering uninterrupted ocean views from the balcony off the living area.
Ferro Chow Architects took a similar approach to the downsizer trend, offering half and full-floors at a prime corner Broadbeach site opposite the bowls club.
The 46-level tower will have 59 apartments, with half-floor apartments taking up the first half of the tower, then full-floor apartments from there up.
The smallest apartments have three bedrooms and a multi-purpose room. There are 36 three-bedroom apartments, 22 four-bedroom apartments, and a special penthouse toward the point end of the building.
Article Source: www.urban.com.au