Pointcorp adds a luxury Burleigh Heads project to its boom portfolio

Pointcorp adds a luxury Burleigh Heads project to its boom portfolio
Pointcorp adds a luxury Burleigh Heads project to its boom portfolio

Milton-based Pointcorp has added another residential development in waiting to its portfolio, this time in Burleigh Heads.

41 apartments are spread over the 15 level Cottee Parker-designed high-rise at 1827 Gold Coast Highway. Reflective of another high-end planning application for Broadbeach first outlined by Urban.com.au last week, the Burleigh Heads developments consists of oversized apartments aimed at owner-occupiers.

Pointcorp's newest project consists of purely three bedroom apartments. What is effectively a repetitive floorplate sees apartments sizes in three options; 172, 205 and 207 square metres.

The prominent 1,271 corner site is currently a service station, with nearby towers having already created a comparable height precedent.

Pointcorp adds a luxury Burleigh Heads project to its boom portfolio
Cottee Parker's new Burleigh Heads addition.

The development represents a distinct podium and tower form, with a highly articulated and modulated built form and façade. At ground level the retail space extends along the Goodwin Terrace frontage and part of the Gold Coast Highway.

The retail spaces includes glazing and openings to these frontages to encourage the activation of the streetscape and the continuation of activity along Goodwin Terrace. A residential foyer, plant and services and driveway access are located on the Gold Coast Highway frontages.

Cardno Town Planning Report

1827 Gold Coast Highway represents Pointcorp's first major apartment development outside of the Brisbane market. The Burleigh Heads application is also another notch in Pointcorp's growing development pipeline.

In another step toward diversification Pointcorp is also at the helm of Brisbane's 458 Brunswick Street which will be branded Hotel Indigo Brisbane Fortitude Valley.

Pointcorp adds a luxury Burleigh Heads project to its boom portfolio
Hotel Indigo Brisbane Fortitude Valley is part of the Pointcorp stable

Alongside 30 high-end apartments and 1,000 plus square metres of commercial space, the project has also signed on IHG to operate 146 hotel rooms. It has a nominal completion date of 2020.

Pointcorp's bread and butter to date has been residential projects across Brisbane.

Construction continues on Teneriffe's Fabric Apartments which includes 73 dwellings within a golden-clad Cottee Parker-designed mid-rise. Construction recently wrapped up on The Maxwell at New Farm's 40 Maxwell Street, and Pointcorp has in its keep a luxury Elenberg Fraser-designed project next door.

44 Maxwell Street is a riverfront block that has approval for 14 three bedroom apartments capped by a single penthouse. A sizeable rooftop terrace and pool would maintain sight lines over Story Bridge.

Pointcorp adds a luxury Burleigh Heads project to its boom portfolio
Pointcorp's image of Fabric's construction progress during August

Mark Baljak

Mark Baljak

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I would like information on the pricing of the Burleigh development Thank you
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