Chippendale Group set to launch new Palm Beach apartment development, Eva on Tenth

Daniel Chippendale said that the inspiration behind Eva Tenth Avenue is about creating homes that allow others to share in the beauty of Palm Beach.

Chippendale Group set to launch new Palm Beach apartment development, Eva on Tenth
The exterior of Eva on Tenth. Image supplied

Palm Beach, the in-demand suburb on the Gold Coast,  is gearing up for another boutique apartment project, with the current supply of apartments well outstripped by the demand for the area.

The longstanding Gold Coast family and development company Chippendale Group, headed by fifth-generation family member and local businessman Daniel Chippendale, has received approval for the boutique development, Eva on Tenth.

The development of 48 apartments at 1214-1220 Gold Coast Highway, in the heart of the emerging Palm Beach precinct and between Tallebudgera and Currumbin Creeks, has been designed by BDA Architecture, who were inspired by the natural landforms of the Burleigh Headland.

"The architecture of the proposed development is minimal and hard-lined, with cantilevered concrete frames and a textured and timeless material palette of white brick, coloured concrete, timber screening and grooved panelling creating a rich and layered coastal effect," BDA's submission to the Gold Coast City Council read.

Chippendale Group set to launch new Palm Beach apartment development, Eva on Tenth

Spanning nine levels, the project will home one, two and three-bedroom apartments, as well as four penthouses, each located on the top level. The penthouses will have three bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, large balconies, and the best views of the Palm Beach skyline.

The product, a rare affordable proposition in an area littered with luxury apartments under construction and in the pipeline, starts from $475,000 for a one-bedroom apartment, $670,000 for a two-bedroom unit and $1.35 million for the three bedroom apartments, which also come with two car spaces.

The Chippendale Group were proactive in identifying the current trends in the market, requesting to the Gold Coast City Council to amend the approved plans, which had 28 one-bedroom apartments, 28 two-bedroom apartments and just the two three-bedroom apartments.

They were wanting to better meet the demands of the current market and reflect the local housing need in the area, so are now set for nine one-bedroom apartments, 23 two-bedroom apartments and 16 three-bedders.

Daniel Chippendale said that the inspiration behind Eva Tenth Avenue is about creating homes that allow others to share in the beauty of Palm Beach.

Chippendale Group set to launch new Palm Beach apartment development, Eva on Tenth

“We’re proud of our family history and wanted to reflect our legacy in creating a beautiful product to pay homage to the local area," Chippendale added.

“My family has been here for generations and we have created many wonderful memories on the coast. We want to share a part of our family history with others to help them create their own memories.”

Keenan & Co agent Tim Keenan is marketing the project.

“Eva Tenth Avenue is an excellent example of a perfect location combined with beautifully designed apartments. We also still believe the Southern Gold Coast is undervalued compared with other stunning beachside locations like Noosa and Byron Bay,” Keenan said.

“The development has been designed to complement the local area and is truly a unique project brought to life with a high level of thought and consideration for buyers to own their own slice of Palm Beach.”

Chippendale Group set to launch new Palm Beach apartment development, Eva on Tenth

The ground floor will have a pool, communal lounge area, gym, yoga lawn and a barbecue area, surrounding by lush sub-tropical landscaping.

About the developer

The Chippendale family extend their grass roots dating back generations on the southern Gold Coast, founding the Currumbin Vikings Surf Life Saving Club in 1919 and popular Australian honey brand Capilano Honey.

The family has been involved in gold coast property for decades, having built the first home in Currumbin in the early 19th century.

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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