Gold Coast apartment development insights: What happened on the GC in April?

Urban have wrapped up all the moves across the Gold Coast in April

Gold Coast apartment development insights: What happened on the GC in April?
Gold Coast apartment development insights: What happened on the GC in April?

The Gold Coast apartment market is one of the most active in Australia, as much for developers as it has been for buyers.

From planning documents to approvals and sales successes, Urban have wrapped up all the moves across the Gold Coast in April.

Forme lodge plans for luxury Burleigh Heads development

The latest news came from developer Forme, who lodged plans for a second Koichi Takada-designed boutique residential complex in Burleigh Heads at the end of April.

The 17-level tower of just 30 apartments on the sought after The Esplanade is high-end luxury, with interiors being handled by MIM Design.

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Cala Dei sales launched

Having sold out of all of their stock across their whole portfolio, the South East Queensland developer Spyre Group officially launched sales at Cala Dei in Coolangatta.

Gold Coast apartment development insights: What happened on the GC in April?

Cala Dei, which will replace the Komune Resort on Marine Parade, will comprise 31 apartments across its 12 levels designed by bureau^proberts. It will sit in landscaping by CUSP.

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The Lacey Group secure approval for The Monroe at Palm Beach

The Gold Coast-based developer Lacey Group have been given the green light by the City of Gold Coast for its $32 million Palm Beach development The Monroe.

The project of 33 apartments and a beach house on the exclusive Jefferson Lane has been designed by Plus Architecture and is located adjacent to the Palm Beach Surf Club.
Gold Coast apartment development insights: What happened on the GC in April?

Lacey Group know the area well, having had success on the same street where they sold out The Jefferson, the $32 million development of 46 apartments.

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88 Burleigh sells half its apartments

Allure Property Corporation have secured the sales of over half of their apartments in their boutique apartment development 88 Burleigh within just four weeks of the project launch.

Local and interstate downsizers with an existing connection to Burleigh Heads have been the drivers in the $55 million worth of sales, with the average price point around $2.65 million.

Place Projects agent Bruce Goddard said there were 360 inquiries within the first two weeks of its launch.

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Cru Collective secure Kirra Beach site

The Gold Coast developer Cru Collective is jumping on the hype that has been surrounding Kirra Beach in recent years.

Cru, who sold out their $40 million Siarn Palm Beach development in September last year, have acquired a prime 635 sqm corner site at 2 Musgrave Street, on the corner of Musgrave and Winston Street.

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Devine Development Group lodge plans for Alba Residences

The longstanding Queenslander developer Devine Development Group have lodged plans for a $105 million apartment project Alba Residences at North Burleigh.

Gold Coast apartment development insights: What happened on the GC in April?

Set on the dress circle Esplanade facing the beach, the 21 level tower designed by bureau^proberts will comprise half and full floor residences catering for the top end of the market, with prices starting from $2.25 million.

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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 the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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