Gallery Group lodge plans for Surfers Paradise apartment development, Chalk

They've submitted plans for their recently acquired site at 203-211 Surf Parade for a 35-level, 102-apartment tower dubbed Chalk

Gallery Group lodge plans for Surfers Paradise apartment development, Chalk
A render of the proposed exterior. Image source: Raunik Design

The national property developer Gallery Group are the latest to submit plans for a residential apartment tower on the Gold Coast.

They've submitted plans for their recently acquired site at 203-211 Surf Parade for a 35-level, 102-apartment tower dubbed Chalk.

Gallery are targeting the owner-occupier, with no one-bedroom apartments. There will be 17 two-bedroom apartments, which start in size from 105 sqm, and 85 three-bedroom apartments.

Gallery Group lodge plans for Surfers Paradise apartment development, Chalk

Levels six to 19 will have four apartments per floor, one-two-bedroom apartments and three three-bedroom apartments. The three-bedder will each have two sitting areas and a king-sized mater suite, complete with walk-in wardrobe and ensuite.

Those three-bedders start at 178 sqm.

From there levels 20 to 30 will have just three three-bedroom apartments, no smaller than 209 sqm. The biggest is over 254 sqm.

Gallery Group lodge plans for Surfers Paradise apartment development, Chalk

The skyhomes crown the development, across levels 31 to 34, each with three0bedrooms, a study and a media room.

The northern penthouse is over 385 sqm and also has its own cellar. The king even has its own walk in shoe storage room

Raunik Design has drawn up the plans to feature a recreation level on level four, complete with a gym with sauna, pool and spa and pool deck. The landscaped gardens by FORM feature barbecue and dining areas. There are two apartments on that level, one with its own plunge pool.

There's a level 35 roof terrace with indoor and outdoor seating and dining, a communal kitchen, a boardroom or private dining area and a shared office space with a breakout area.

The entry lobby will home a cafe, surfboard racks, dog wash and water feature.

In the design intent, Raunik say the tower is inspired by art deco fused with a contemporary feel. 

"Precise geometric shapes integrated with simplistic design elements achieve timeless results", it reads.

"Naturally formed materials such as concrete, glass and stone are intertwined carefully with earthy tones to create a grounded atmosphere both in and around the building."

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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