Amalgamated Property Group secure approval for Broadbeach apartment tower Amaya

Amaya marks a return to the Gold Coast, and Broadbeach market for APG, who has previously created the Old Burleigh Road tower Verve

Amalgamated Property Group secure approval for Broadbeach apartment tower Amaya
The development approved Amaya at 30 First Avenue. Image supplied

Gold Coast apartment seekers are set for a new chance to buy into the sought-after Broadbeach area, with Amaya, a new 33-level tower just 300 metres from the beach, set to launch.

The Canberra-based national residential property developer Amalgamated Property Group were given the green light by the Gold Coast Council this week to push on with the DBI designed development at 30 First Avenue.

There will be a range of two and three bedrooms on offer, with floor to ceiling windows and large balconies.

Amaya marks a return to the Gold Coast, and Broadbeach market for APG, who has previously created the Old Burleigh Road tower Verve.

Graham Potts, Principal and Founding Director Amalgamated Property Group, said the new Broadbeach development signals the group's continued growth across Australia. 

Amalgamated Property Group secure approval for Broadbeach apartment tower Amaya
Where Amaya sits at 30 First Avenue. Image supplied

“We’re excited to be re-entering the Queensland market with this modern blend of luxury and lifestyle in the heart of Broadbeach," Potts says.

"Celebrating the quintessential Gold  Coast lifestyle, Amaya showcases our desire to create homes that meet a genuine need in the market.

“We’re extremely selective with our site locations and are committed to supporting developments that add value to a city’s urban infrastructure which is exactly what Amaya does for the Broadbeach region.

DBI designed the Amaya with a distinctive exterior, which will feature individual designs for its east and west façades that facilitate maximum outlook opportunities and internal efficiencies. By night, the north and south faces will depict an elongated glass lantern.

Amaya will boast state-of-the-art resident-only facilities including a gym, sauna, steam room, pool, BBQ and patio, with a connection to nature established through extensive green, outdoor spaces with resort-style zones.

Amalgamated Property Group secure approval for Broadbeach apartment tower Amaya
The south east view from level 33 of Amaya. Image supplied

“Our aim is to establish precincts and communities with an emphasis on liveability and longevity by designing homes that allow owners to live well and with ease, minimising the need to venture elsewhere while also enabling them to balance this with enjoyment of their local surroundings.

APG are working with their longtime partner Base Developments, who they have completed Ivy, Oaks and most recently this year, Kiara in Canberra's Narrabundah.

Construction on Amaya is set to commence in October 2022 with demolition now underway, with intended completion in 2024.

Amalgamated Property Group has been developing residential and commercial property across Australia since 2002, with a commitment to sustainability and community engagement at the forefront of their development ethos.

Most of their work has been in ACT over the last 20 years. Amalgamated has been responsible for premium developments such as Manhattan on the Park, Ivy, the Oaks 3-stage precinct and Civic Quarter. APG were also responsible for developing the first luxury homes within the prestigious Parliamentary Triangle with The Griffin project.

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 new developments across the country

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