Gold Coast apartment insights: What happened on the Gold Coast in July

It was announced in July that Brisbane would host the 2032 Olympics, which is expected to give even further momentum to the property market in South East Queensland

Gold Coast apartment insights: What happened on the Gold Coast in July
The Gold Coast property moves in July

It was announced in July that Brisbane would host the 2032 Olympics, which is expected to give even further momentum to the property market in South East Queensland.

Urban has wrapped up all of the property moves over July, from development applications to sales launches.

Raptis launch Pearl, Main Beach sales

The veteran Gold Coast developer Raptis has launched sales at its latest Main Beach apartment development, the $160 million Pearl, Main Beach.

The 30-level tower at 3550-3552 Main Beach Parade will have 80 apartments, including a luxury two-level penthouse.

Pearl, Main Beach, is the first foray in to the Main Beach market by Raptis, headed by founder Jim Raptis who started the company in Sydney back in the mid 1960s.

To read more about Pearl, Main Beach, click here.

Joe Adsett's Rockpool Rainbow Bay apartments get green light after "unbelievable" buyer interest

The luxury Rainbow Bay, Coolangatta apartment development Rockpool, developed and designed by the architect-turned-developer Joe Adsett, has got the go-ahead from the Gold Coast City Council.

The council signed off on the 20 apartment project at 154-156 Marine Parade, a sought-after strip fronting Kirra Beach.

Todd Matheson from KMSM said the response has been unbelievable.

To read more about Rockpool, Rainbow Bay, click here.

Landmark $800 million Surfers Paradise apartment towers to be one of the Gold Coast's biggest resort-style developments

Gold Coast apartment insights: What happened on the Gold Coast in July

The Gold Coast is set to see one of its biggest ever residential resort-style developments.

The Shanghai-headquartered international property developer SPG Land, in a joint-venture with Australian developer Gordon Corp, has lodged plans for nearly 800 apartments to be built across three towers in the heart of Surfers Paradise.

They will be anchored by a new ground-level retail and dining plaza at the street level Ferny Avenue. The 1.15 hectare site will be bounded by Ferny Ave, one of Surfers main streets, as well as Surfers Paradise Boulevard, Pandanus Avenue and Ocean Avenue near the Surfers Paradise North light rail station.

To read more about the trio of towers, click here.

One Cannes, Surfers Paradise apartments near sell-out, launch penthouses

The Gold Coast developer Marquee Development Partners has nearly sold out their $85 million One Cannes apartment development between Broadbeach and Surfers Paradise.

The sales update comes just over a month after the development at 1 Cannes Avenue received approval from the Gold Coast City Council.

One Cannes had wrapped up 65 per cent of sales in just 10 days after its launch in May. 

To read more about One Cannes, click here.

Spyre Group lodge exclusive Burleigh Heads apartment development

Gold Coast apartment insights: What happened on the Gold Coast in July

The South East Queensland developer Spyre Group has lodged plans for their most boutique project yet on the Gold Coast.

Having spent around $11 million on 10 Goodwin Terrace, Burleigh Heads, earlier this year, the Andrew Malouf-led developer has filed for an exclusive collection of just three apartments on the near beachfront site.

Designed by bureau^proberts with landscaping from Cusp, 10 Goodwin is crowned by a two level penthouse with its own private rooftop pool.

Aniko Group continue Hope Island transformation with further apartment site acquisition

Gold Coast apartment insights: What happened on the Gold Coast in July

The surging transformation of Hope Island on the Gold Coast is set to continue.

The Aniko Group, who are behind a number of residential developments at the gateway to Hope Island, has acquired another waterfront site on Sickle Avenue, with plans for more waterfront apartments.

The 9,280 sqm site at 10-12 Sickle Avenue, with an 80-metre frontage to the Hope Island Canal, is Aniko's fifth on the Gold Coast island.

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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