Broadbeach apartment supply continues to target high-end, whole-floor buyers

Architecture firm TVS has created the plans for a local developer who secured the 607 sqm site last year, paying $2.58 million for an original 1970s home

Broadbeach apartment supply continues to target high-end, whole-floor buyers
The proposed entry to Monarch. Image supplied

Supply keeps on coming in the sought-after Broadbeach for high-end, luxury apartments.

The latest development application in Broadbeach is for a 20-level tower of just full floor and double-storey apartments at 39 Brittania Avenue.

Architecture firm TVS has created the plans for a local developer who secured the 607 sqm site last year, paying $2.58 million for an original 1970s home.

Dubbed Monarch, the tower will have 15 full-floor apartments, one one and a half floor sub-penthouse, and a two-level penthouse.

Broadbeach apartment supply continues to target high-end, whole-floor buyers

Each of the full-floor apartments will have four bedrooms. The sub-penthouse, which covers one and a half levels, will also have four bedrooms, two downstairs and two upstairs. The upper level will have a semi-enclosed dining area, an outdoor dining area, which adjoins the outdoor kitchen, and a private spa.

The penthouse spans levels 19 and 20 and will have a feature curved staircase up to the rooftop where there will be a master suite with full dressing room and ensuite and a multi purpose room. The plans have two outdoor areas, one with a feature tree and day bed, the other the main space complete with an infinity edge pool, outdoor kitchen and dining space.

A resident gym, sauna, and steam room will be located on the first level, as will the communal swimming pool, spa, outdoor kitchen and dining area, and cinema room.

Broadbeach apartment supply continues to target high-end, whole-floor buyers

"The development aims to capture coastal breezes and will enjoy natural daylight into northern living spaces and Eastern oriented bedrooms," TVS noted in their design statement submitted to the Gold Coast City Council.

"The development has overcome the constraints of a tight site by providing a high quality architectural outcome, featuring large zones of resident's private and common amenity and car parking.

"The proposed building is represented by a simplicity and elegance of form that is attractive and fitting for the character of the Broadbeach precinct.

Broadbeach apartment supply continues to target high-end, whole-floor buyers

"The architecture is complimented by high quality landscaping on the ground plane, in addition to selected key community focused levels, where planting will contribute to the external building form."

Broadbeach has been a popular spot for high-end, full-floor apartments in recent months.

Demand was high for Aperture, the Broadbeach project by the Melbourne developer Little Projects. They were offering just 29 apartments across its 35 levels.

There's set to be further supply, with developer Anthony Quinn of QNY Group set to create an owner-occupier focused tower at 21 Broadbeach Boulevard, a site he bought late last year.

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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