Flow $70 million beachfront Coolangatta project launched

Flow $70 million beachfront Coolangatta project launched
Flow $70 million beachfront Coolangatta project launched

With broad features from surfboard lockers to exclusive wine lockers, the $70 million Flow Residences has been launched on the southern Gold Coast.

Flow is the project of avid surfer and local property developer Paul Gedoun and his S & S Projects on the Snapper Rocks destination.

Jayde Pezet is sales and marketing director of KM Sales and Marketing.

“Nothing has been left to chance. It is a project of unpretentious but elegant luxury that connects beautifully with the iconic Snapper Rocks with sweeping views of the Gold Coast.

Positioned on an elevated north-facing site, 1 Petrie Street, and overlooking Coolangatta’s Rainbow Bay, the project will deliver 22 premium residences exclusively for owner occupiers.

Architect Cottee Parker has designed Flow Residences.

“Flow Residences will appeal to downsizers looking for lifestyle at its best,” said Mr Pezet.

“It really is a stunning collection of beachfront apartments that blend the simplicity once found in a traditional coastal shack with luxurious apartments, superior finishes and a unique approach to resident amenities.

The exterior design features uncluttered lines and curved corners to take advantage of the prime corner location of Petrie Street and Marine Parade. The site directly overlooks Greenmount Beach and Rainbow Bay and each apartment offers spectacular ocean views of the pointbreak and the Gold Coast.

There will be 12 levels plus three levels of basement parking will provide at least two car parks for each apartment.

Apartments are available in two, three and four-bedroom formats and are priced from $1.175 million.

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