First look: Stage two plans for Biggera Waters Harbour Shore revealed

Stage two at 564 Oxley Drive forms part of the 15.7 hectare Greenfield waterfront site, which has a 90-metre frontage to the canal
The towers from the canal. Image credit: Cottee Parker
Joel Robinson June 27, 20220 min read

Lewis Land has submitted plans for the second stage of their $1.5 billion Harbour Shores precinct in Biggera Waters on the Gold Coast.

Cottee Parker Architects, who designed stage one, have drawn up the plans for the three 12-level apartment buildings, which is set to bring a further 230 apartments and villas to the masterplanned precinct.

Stage two at 564 Oxley Drive forms part of the 15.7 hectare Greenfield waterfront site, which has a 90-metre frontage to the canal.

"Built around a holistic haven, residents are provided connections to sky, water and landscape in a resort inspired enclave," Cottee Parker noted in their design statement submitted to the local council.

"Refined, quality architectural design - biophilic design. A building that is designed as part of the coastal fabric of Biggera waters."

Each of the towers will offer around the same number of apartments. Building 2A will have 73 one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments, 2B will have 87 apartments, but just two, three and four-bedders, and 2C will have 70 apartments, just two's and three's on offer there.

Residential amenity is provided across all three towers.

Towers 2A and 2B will be crowned by rooftop pools and private dining areas, taking advantage of the expansive coastal and Surfers Paradise views, while 2C will have their amenity, including swimming pool, barbecue space, and private seating pods, on the ground level.

Lewis Land announced earlier this year their $1.5 billion plans for Harbour Shore, designed as an exclusive ‘Village of Villages’. 

Matthew McCarron, Lewis Land Group Chief Executive Officer, said sustainability and community are key aspects of the masterplan, which includes a mix of apartments, waterfront villas and penthouses, and will eventually be home to more than 4,500 residents.

“We are excited to share our vision for Harbour Shores, which represents a $1.5 billion commitment by Lewis Land Group to the Gold Coast and will generate up to 5,000 jobs over the next 10 years,” McCarron said.

“We are targeting a 5-star Green Star Certified community for this development through a range of environmentally focused initiatives, including energy and water conservation and resident wellbeing programs.”

McCarron said community feedback will be important to ensure that the needs of locals are met.

“The lodgement of this development application with Gold Coast City Council is the first stage of a focused community consultation program and we welcome the opportunity to discuss our plans with residents as well businesses and community groups over the coming months,” he said.

“We are thrilled to launch this project which continues our long history of crafting iconic addresses focused on providing residents with a unique Gold Coast lifestyle.”

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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