Plans lodged for new Coolangatta apartment development Kirra Apartments

There will be 25 two bedroom units, 12 two bedders with a multi-purpose room and 13 three bedroom apartments.

Plans lodged for new Coolangatta apartment development Kirra Apartments
Plans lodged for new Coolangatta apartment development Kirra Apartments

There’s set to be a new apartment block in Coolangatta on the Gold Coast which has affordability on its mind.

The Kirra Apartments project has been lodged by Kirra One Pty Ltd, a company associated with Rawspace Developments directors David Walton, Anthony Rigby and Dan Roger.

They’ve had Red Architecture draw up plans for a 13 storey apartment block at 10 Coyne Street which will be made up of 50 apartments.

There will be 25 two bedroom units, 12 two bedders with a multi-purpose room and 13 three bedroom apartments.

Plans lodged for new Coolangatta apartment development Kirra Apartments

“The building has been designed to reflect the transition of the elements of the Kirra esplanade from the ocean through to the high-rise spine which is captured in the colours and materials incorporated into the tower form,” the Town Planning report read.

The 1,012 sqm block was bought for $3.2 million last July as a block of five units with an income of over $120,000 per year.

It sold with development approved plans for another four one bedroom plus study apartments.

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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