Construction set to commence on APG's Amaya, Broadbeach apartment development

At 33 storeys high, Amaya has been designed to create constant connections with nature, from the views of the Hinterland and the ocean waves, to the surrounding greenery of the parks and lively streets.
Construction set to commence on APG's Amaya, Broadbeach apartment development
Render of the Broadbeach development, Amaya
Alison Warters December 1, 2022

Earthworks have kicked off on the latest Broadbeach apartment development, Amaya. 

The project comes as a joint venture between Amalgamated Property Group and Base Developments, with the duo securing approval for the project back in July and only releasing to the market in October.

Amaya is located in the premium residential end of Broadbeach where apartment density is lower, delivering peace and more privacy in an exclusive residential pocket whilst being a short 300 metre stroll to the beach. It's also within close proximity to Broadbeach's dining and entertaining hotspots, where residents can enjoy a short walk to great coffee and fine food while unwinding in a serene sanctuary by the sea.

Designed to deliver the quintessential Broadbeach lifestyle, Amaya presents 120 residences at 30 First Avenue, comprising premium two and three-bedroom apartments, with a timeless, coastal luxe style.  

At 33 storeys high, Amaya has been designed to create constant connections with nature, from the views of the Hinterland and the ocean waves, to the surrounding greenery of the parks and lively streets.

Architecturally designed by DBI design, Amaya exudes a balance of cosmopolitan culture and natural beauty, with each spacious residence brimming with sunlight, with floor-to-ceiling glass and highly functional floorplans, while the glass façade reflects the shifting Queensland skies. 

Graham Potts, founder of Amalgamated Property Group , and Dennis Milin, Principal of Base Developments, have found continued success in their strong business relationship that spans numerous projects and 20 years.

“We’ve completed a number of leading projects with Base Developments including Ivy, Oaks and most recently this year, Kiara in Narrabundah, ACT; we have a strong business relationship and a long history spanning 20 years, so it's great to see Amaya getting underway,” said Graham Potts.

The duo have also recently opened their display suite in the heart of Broadbeach at Shop 16/17 Albert Ave, where prospective buyers can inspect an Amaya kitchen and bathroom, plus experience 3D modelling. 

New Apartments for sale in Amaya at Broadbeach

Access the latest brochure, pricing and floorplan details for Amaya at Broadbeach.
2703
3 bedroom apartments $2,095,000
Bedrooms:
3
Bathrooms:
2
Carparks:
2
Total area:
148m²
Internal area:
129m²
402
3 bedroom apartments $1,595,000
Bedrooms:
3
Bathrooms:
2
Carparks:
1
Total area:
151m²
Internal area:
132m²
2901-02
3 bedroom apartments
Bedrooms:
3
Bathrooms:
3
Carparks:
2
Total area:
252m²
Internal area:
224m²
3004
2 bedroom apartments $1,515,000
Bedrooms:
2
Bathrooms:
2
Carparks:
1
Total area:
100m²
Internal area:
91m²

Alison Warters

Alison Warters is a property journalist for Urban, based in Sydney. Alison is especially interested in the evolution of the New Build/Development space, when it comes to design innovation and sustainability.

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