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

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

Gold Coast apartment development insights: What happened on the GC in May?
L to R: Coast at Surfers, Hemingway at Palm Beach, and Auriton's Palm Beach tower

The Gold Coast has continued across May to see stellar results, as well as new apartment projects lodged to the local council.

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

Hirsch & Faigen launch Hemingway, Palm Beach apartments

The Melbourne-based national developer Hirsch & Faigen have officially launched Hemingway, their first apartment development on the Gold Coast.

Prices will range from $450,000 to $2 million in the Palm Beach residential project which will comprising 78 apartments over 14 levels. The penthouse is priced at $4 million.

Rothelowman have designed the tower which has been described as a multi-storey reimagining of the area’s humble holiday shacks from the late 1950s and 1960s.

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Sammut lodge plans for $200 million Surfers Paradise apartment tower, Coast

The Sydney-based luxury developer Sammut Developments are set to expand in to the hot Gold Coast off the plan apartment market.

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

They've lodged plans with the Gold Coast City Council for a new apartment tower in the heart of Surfers Paradise, to be called Coast.

The new tower at 43 Garfield Terrace will rise 35 levels if it gets sign off from the local council and will home just 49 apartments.

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Lacey Group all-but sell out Palm Beach project The Monroe

The local Gold Coast developer Lacey Group has secured a near sell out of its luxury Palm Beach apartment development, The Monroe.

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

It took just two weeks for all but one of the apartments to be snapped up following the launch of the 33 apartment development on the Jefferson Lane dress circle.

Apartments in the Plus Architecture-designed development, which ranged between $619,000 and $1.79 million, were snapped up by local owner-occupiers,

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

Raptis set for new Broadbeach, Gold Coast apartment tower

The Gold Coast developer Raptis has officially lodged plans for its newest Gold Coast tower.

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

They've secured a prime development site in Broadbeach at 6-8 George Avenue, next to the Pacific Fair Shopping Centre in the heart of the coastal hotspot.

The busy Sydney-based architecture firm Koichi Takada Architects, who have taken on a number of projects on the Gold Coast in recent months, have designed the 40 storey building.

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Auriton set to make move to Gold Coast market

The primarily Melbourne-based developer Auriton are set for their first residential apartment tower in Queensland.

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

They snapped up a prime 1,095 sqm development site at 2932-2934 Gold Coast Highway in late March and have just lodged plans to the City of Gold Coast council for an $80 million tower with 108 apartments.

It has been designed by the renowned architecture firm Rothelowman, who are calling the 30th level tower a vertical community. The design incorporates just four apartments per floor for the most part, with 14 sqm balconies located on each corner of the building.

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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 new developments across the country

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