All of Chevron Island's apartments for sale, as development ramps up

A new arts precinct HOTA (Home of The Arts), Australia's largest regional art gallery, brought attention to the small island when the $60 million precinct opened its doors in May.
All of Chevron Island's apartments for sale, as development ramps up
The proposed entry at Allure. Image supplied
Joel Robinson July 21, 2021

Chevron Island is undergoing a full regeneration, and buyers are starting to descend on the village-style island just off across the bridge from the lifestyle and entertainment hub of Surfers Paradise.

A new arts precinct HOTA (Home of The Arts), Australia's largest regional art gallery, brought attention to the small island when the $60 million precinct opened its doors in May.

That's seen a wave of demand in residential development, from both developers seeking to buy the limited amount of land on the island, and buyers keen on calling the area home.

Marquee Development Partners recently secured a sell-out of their nine-level Stanhill Drive development The Catalina, designed by BDA Architecture and inspired by Art Deco.

There's set to be a new tower, Greenwich, developed by the Brisbane-focused developer Ention Properties. The New York-inspired apartment project, designed by Ferro Chow Architects, is a reflection of Manhattan's famous Flatiron building.

Further development is anticipated with Catalyst Health set to create two towers, which will be the tallest on the island, for a vertical retirement village.

There's currently four apartment developments for sale on the island. Urban has grabbed the highlights.


Prices: Two-bedrooms from $615,000

Allure is the 17-level Dalpura Street development of 95 apartments, currently being developed by Macquarie York.

There's a rooftop infinity pool, barbecue area, residents lounge, a health and fitness centre and a conference lounge.

Expected to be completed in 12 months by Condev Constructions to a design by BDA Architects, Allure only has a handful of apartments left, with over 90 per cent sold.

Each apartment has been designed to make the most of the views of the Gold Coast city skyline, Broadwater and the hinterland.

Chevron One

Prices: Two-bedrooms from $705,000

Chevron One is set to be Chevron Island's first high-rise apartment development when completed in mid-2023.

Currently under construction to a design by Marquee Partners and Bensons Property, who are developing the project, Chevron One will rise 41 levels above the sought-after Stanhill Drive dress circle.

Chevron One is home to nearly 2000 sqm of resort-style amenities, including a residents’ lounge, floating cinema, dining facilities and sculpted garden.

The on-site luxury amenities also include a private dining facilities, a library, multiple swimming pools, a sculpture garden and more.


Prices: Two-bedrooms from $595,000

The eight-level H^BIT^T at 17-19 Anembo Street, opposite the Korman Family Park, is currently under construction and will comprise 37 two and three-bedroom apartments.

A few apartments have been sold, with interstate and local buyers keen on the Anembo Street development.

The building is the passion project of local construction and development veterans, who have spent the last five decades developing and building residential and commercial projects across South East Queensland.

"This is their own private project. The developers have focused on providing a habitat that will sustain and enrich the residents' lifestyles. They were keen to share their sense of place and make a lasting contribution to the amazing Chevron Island", Segal said.

The three-bedroom apartments are priced from $920,000.


Prices: Two-bedrooms from $499,000

Boutique has some of the biggest apartments on Chevron Island, with just 42 apartments being developed by the Sydney-based Draycon across 16 levels.

The resident-only tower with just two and three-bedroom apartments has been designed by BDA Architecture at 17-19 Parneno Street.

There's a residents lounge with business facilities, individual meeting pods and a kitchenette, as well as a swimming pool with spa, gym and barbecue area. The building is crowned with a rooftop garden with herb and citrus planters and outdoor recreational space.

The development is over 70 per cent sold. Construction began earlier this year, with completion slated for Q4 2022.

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is the Editor in Chief at, managing Urban's editorial team and creating the largest news cycle for the off the plan property market in the country. Joel has been writing about residential real estate for nearly a decade, following a degree in Business Management with a major in Journalism at Leeds Beckett University in England. He specializes in off the plan apartments, and has a particular interest in the development application process for new projects.

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