A six-star, $158-million apartment skyscraper in Broadbeach is out to capture the high end of the Gold Coast market.
Prices for the full-floor luxury apartments at Luxe Broadbeach will start at $4.95 million for the entire 374sq m floorplate.
The 33-storey tower includes 28 homes with unobstructed park, beach and ocean views that will never be built out at 2 Charles Avenue, Broadbeach.
Broadbeach Luxe Development company director John Kubatov requested an extension to the development application approval in 2020 to allow the development to be delayed, and said he was “pleased” to be able to launch the six-star apartments to the market.
“We have taken our time to refine the design to bring to the market high-end apartments [that] will take luxury living to a whole new level,” Kubatov said.
“We have maximised the site’s appealing north-east-facing position to deliver a limited number of 28 exclusive private residences for the owner-occupier who is seeking luxurious, spacious whole-floor apartments with breathtaking beach and ocean views.”
Architectural firm DBI was engaged to design the residential tower when a development application was lodged in 2018.
But Luxe is a pared back, rebranded version of the 54-storey tower initially proposed for the 756sq m site.
Kubatov spent $7 million purchasing and taking options on units in the two-storey Kurrawa Lodge on the site and said he had identified a gap in the market for high-end accommodation.