Exclusive: Gordon Corp file for $93 million The Village Centre, Main Beach redevelopment on Seaworld Drive

The Village Centre, at 503 Seaworld Drive, will home just 30 apartments, as well as a food and drink outlet, retail spaces, and a 64-berth marina

Exclusive: Gordon Corp file for $93 million The Village Centre, Main Beach redevelopment on Seaworld Drive
The proposed development. Image credit: Rothelowman

Having won the tender to develop The Village Centre at South Spit, on the Gold Coast's tightly held Seaworld Drive earlier in the year, local property developer Gordon Corp has submitted its application for the high-end mixed-use apartment development.

The Village Centre, at 503 Seaworld Drive, will home just 30 apartments, as well as a food and drink outlet, retail spaces, and a 64-berth marina

Rothelowman has designed the two buildings in the form of a U-shape, which will home a mix of eight two-bedroom apartments, 10 three-bedroom apartments and 12 four-bedroom apartments.

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They are centred around the resort-style amenity on the ground level, two lap pool befitting of their location near the Sheraton Mirage hotel.

Exclusive: Gordon Corp file for  million The Village Centre, Main Beach redevelopment on Seaworld Drive

But 10 of the apartments also have their own private pools, located on the roof level of the four-storey building. Six will have longer, wet edge pools with a spa, looking out to the marina, as well as full outdoor kitchens, living and dining areas.

The four apartments at the rear of the block, also with the additional living and kitchen spaces, will have a plunge-style pool with spa.

Form Landscape handled the landscaping, with four key pillars behind their design thinking.

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They want to grow a green peninsula, by establishing a sustainable and resilient landscape that draws cues from the endemic vegetation of the region.

They will promote tourism and recreation by creating a vibrant village centre with rich variety of communal spaces, as well as making a cultural connection and integrating people and places for gathering and celebration.

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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