First look: Morris Property Group plan Burleigh Heads apartment tower

"We saw a great opportunity for this site as it's ideally positioned to offer direct access to popular destinations including James Street and Goodwin Terrace," Morris told Urban
A render of the proposed project. Image supplied
Joel Robinson April 26, 20220 min read

Leading Queensland development and construction company, Morris Property Group, has lodged plans for a brand new 25-level apartment building in Burleigh Heads.

The new residential apartment building is planned to comprise a majority of two-bedroom apartments with limited three-bedrooms located on levels 19 and above.

The building will also include four levels of underground car parking and an entire level dedicated to residents recreational facilities.

Company director Barry Morris acquired the double-block site last year through Antonio Mercuri’s GV Property Group following an expressions of interest campaign.

"We saw a great opportunity for this site as it's ideally positioned to offer direct access to popular destinations including James Street and Goodwin Terrace," Morris told Urban.

The 2,024sqm site is located along the Gold coast Highway, sitting minutes away from the areas most sought after dining and lifestyle destination.

"We've noticed in-market buyers are drawn to the relaxed lifestyle of Burleigh Heads while seeking high quality and functional apartments at an affordable price point," Morris added.

Designed by Canberra-based architects Guida Moseley and Brown, the design of the building has been conceptualised to seamlessly integrate with the surrounding area while offering unique architectural details.

The planned apartment building is next to the previous MPG project Boardwalk Burleigh and will be the group's fifth project in Burleigh Heads.

MPG are currently building Sanbar Burleigh Beach nearby.

MPG has continued to increase its development pipeline with two DA's lodged for apartment buildings in Broadbeach.

A 37-storey apartment building named Crest Broadbeach comprises 157 two and three-bedroom apartments. A nine-level boutique apartment building named Malo Broadbeach comprises 16 high-end three-bedroom apartments.

Both Broadbeach projects are set to launch in the coming months.

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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