Development update: What happened on the Gold Coast in June?

Urban has wrapped up the movements on the Gold Coast across June

Development update: What happened on the Gold Coast in June?
L to R; S&S's Esprit, Cru Collective Coolangatta, De-Luxe, Burleigh

There were a number of development updates and lodged plans up and down the Gold Coast over June, as well as a sales update considered by many as one of the best selling towers ever seen on the Gold Coast.

Urban has wrapped up the movements on the Gold Coast across June.

Seven boss Ryan Stokes lodges plans for Palm Beach apartment development Akuna

The Seven Group media heir Ryan Stokes is set to develop an apartment block on his recently acquired double block on Gold Coast’s Palm Beach.

Development update: What happened on the Gold Coast in June?

Stokes, managing director and chief executive of Seven Group Holdings which his father Kerry Stokes founded in 1991, has lodged plans for Akuna, a boutique block of just 13 apartments designed by the Brisbane-based Modulus Architecture at 39-41 Jefferson Lane, Palm Beach.

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Cru Collective submit plans for Kirra Beach apartment development

Having recently completed its Palm Beach apartment development Siarn, Gold Coast developer Cru Collective has lodged a development application for an exclusive collection of full floor apartments on the sought-after Kirra beachfront.

Development update: What happened on the Gold Coast in June?

The site at 2 Musgrave Street will become a boutique tower of just 11 beachfront apartments, each with three bedrooms and internal living space of over 280 sqm.

Each apartment will have two living areas, a butler’s pantry, wine cellar and a dry bar. Secure lift access will lead to each residence’s private foyer.

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S&S Projects lodge plans for mixed-use Coolangatta development Esprit

Fresh off the success of their nearby Flow and Awaken Residences, the Gold Coast developer S&S Projects has lodged plans for its latest coastal development.

Development update: What happened on the Gold Coast in June?

They're set to develop a mixed-use precinct at 217-227 Boundary Street Coolangatta, a few streets back from Rainbow Bay.

Above ground level retail will be two interconnected buildings designed by Cottee Parker Architects totalling 96 apartments.

The main residential tower will have 72-two bedroom apartments and 19-three bedroom apartments across 12 levels.

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Sammut nearly sell-out Surfers Paradise apartment tower just three weeks after lodging DA

Just three weeks after submitting their development application, the Sydney-based developer Sammut Group have secured $110 million in conditional sales for Coast, their Surfers Paradise apartment tower.

Development update: What happened on the Gold Coast in June?

They've secured sales of over 43 of the 49 total apartments, with sales so far ranging between $3.5 million and $9 million, at an average of $4.5 million.

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De-Luxe apartments set to tower over Old Burleigh Theatre site

In the 1930s the Old Burleigh Theatre was a popular cinema and dance hall.

Development update: What happened on the Gold Coast in June?

The Goodwin Terrace building is now set to start its new life as a mixed-use development, with the Sydney-based developers Weiya Holdings receiving sign off from the Gold Coast Council to create a new local hotspot.

The development will be the first ever adaptive re-use of a building with heritage elements on the Gold Coast.

There will be 30 apartments designed by the Brisbane-based architecture firm Conrad Gargett, who specialise in heritage restoration.

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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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