First look: Broadbeach-based entrepreneur lodges plans for boutique Maroochydore apartment development

Targeting the owner-occupier, the eight apartments will each have three bedrooms, and will occupy a half-floor each with balconies facing the water

First look: Broadbeach-based entrepreneur lodges plans for boutique Maroochydore apartment development
The proposed developer at 21 Bradman Avenue. Image credit: K Architecture

Maroochydore is set for a new boutique apartment development fronting the Maroochy River.

A Broadbeach-based entrepreneur has lodged plans for a boutique complex of just eight three-bedroom apartments at 21 Bradman Avenue, a 1,012 sqm block with a four-bedroom home that was bought for $1.2 million in 2019.

Targeting the owner-occupier, the eight apartments will each have three bedrooms, and will occupy a half-floor each with balconies facing the water.

First look: Broadbeach-based entrepreneur lodges plans for boutique Maroochydore apartment development

The living and dining areas are orientated toward Bradman Avenue leading out onto open-space decks, with bedrooms featured on the opposing end of the floorplate, where an addition balcony area is located.

Each master bedroom features adjoining ensuites and walk-in-robes, with a separate laundry, linen and powder room also included in every home. 

The ground floor is set to deliver a 181 sqm communal residents terrace which will home a private pool.

The built form features rendered masonry walls with semi-frameless glass balustrades feature vertical screening, topped by a concrete roof structure.

The design was by the local architecture firm, K Architecture, who has also designed the recently launched Maroochydore apartment development, The Corso, closer to Cotton Tree and the new Maroochydore CBD.

The new $94 million development will include two towers, one 15-storey tower offering 116 apartments, including seven penthouses, and an eight-storey tower, comprising 42 apartments and 715 sqm of retail space.

The Corso will also feature a large resort pool on the ground floor and a communal terrace on level four connecting the two towers.

Alison Warters

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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