First look: Mosaic Property Group set for Broadbeach apartment tower

The proposed entry level at 146 Surf Parade. Image credit: Plus Architecture
Joel Robinson April 20, 20220 min read

The continually busy South East Queensland apartment developer, Mosaic Property, has lodged plans for a new Broadbeach apartment tower, for what will be one of seven apartment developments launched to the market by the prominent developer in 2022.

They've had Plus Architecture design the 29-level tower at 146 Surf Parade, which will home 96 apartments. Mosaic, led by Brook Monahan, secured the prime site late last year, buying each of the original apartment blocks at the neighbouring 146 and 148 Surf Parade.

Mosaic already have plans with the Gold Coast City Council for a boutique Bilinga project of 14 apartments at 1 Surf Street, and a 30-apartment development at 7 Douglas Street in Coolangatta.

The new Broadbeach tower will be similar in density to Mosaic's red hot Mermaid Beach towers, Dawn and Bela, which sold out in record time last year.

Plus note that the Broadbeach building is inspired by the natural dynamism and beauty of the seashell.

"The architecture references geometry which is layered, overlapping and expanding," Plus wrote in their submission.

"The buildings envelope is wrapped in a climate responsive shell which shifts from solid and protective to the West, blocking unwanted sun, to glazed and open to the East, inviting in the morning Sun and taking full advantage of the spectacular views towards the golden Broadbeach coastline.

"Bold horizontal lines further define and break down the form giving a nod to the coastal architectural language prevalent at the Gold Coast."

The tower will look over Nikiforides Family Park towards the ocean to the East.

There will be 59 two-bedroom apartments on offer, 21 of those with an additional multi-purpose room. The three-bedroom apartments, of which there will be 37, start from level 12.

The majority of the resident facilities are located one level one, where there will be a swimming pool with day beds and a spa, sauna and steam room, as well as a gym, two outdoor barbecues, and extensive dining and lounge options. The facilities have been oriented towards Surf Parade to capture views out over the park and toward the ocean.

There will be further recreation on level 11 in the shape of a 200 sqm communal space with balconies to capture wider views.

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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