Gold Coast insights: What happened on the Gold Coast over August?

There's further news from Marquee Development Partners, the Brisbane-based Ention Properties, and the luxury local developer S&S Projects

Gold Coast insights: What happened on the Gold Coast over August?
Clockwise from top left: Abadeen's Villea at Palm Beach; Ention's Greenwich on Chevron Island; Little Projects Broadbeach tower

The headline grabbing news from the Gold Coast in August was Gurner's $1.25 billion plans for a four-tower super development in Surfers Paradise.

There's further moves from the likes of Marquee Development Partners, the Brisbane-based Ention Properties, and the luxury local developer S&S Projects.

Urban has wrapped up all of the movements across the Gold Coast over August.

Abadeen launch Villea, Palm Beach apartment development

The Sydney-based developer, Abadeen Group, has officially launched its first Gold Coast project.

Abadeen, founded and run by property industry veteran Justin Brown, is behind the latest Palm Beach tower, Villea.

The 69-apartment tower at 26 Mawarra Street has one, two and three-bedroom apartments, designed for owner-occupier.

All of the one-bedroom apartments have already been snapped up pre-launch.

Villea offers a rare affordable entry point in Palm Beach, with current and future projects in the pipeline predominantly targeted at the luxury owner-occupier, many with prices starting from $2 million and up.

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Last chance to buy a La Mer, Main Beach apartment as luxury owner-occupier demand continues on the Gold Coast

The luxury owner-occupier boom covering the whole of the Gold Coast is seeing apartments in luxury towers snapped up and sold out in double-quick time.

The latest is La Mer, the 34-level Main Beach apartment project on at 3580 Main Beach Parade

More than three quarters of the 29 apartments, developed by Polites Property Group in partnership with QNY Group, are already reserved, with the majority snapped up by locals.

The entry level three-bedroom apartments, which were priced at $2.35 million, have all been accounted for, with the remaining three-bed apartments now priced from $3.18 million.

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First look exclusive: Gurner reveals $1.25 billion, four-tower Surfers Paradise apartment development La Pelago

Gold Coast insights: What happened on the Gold Coast over August?

The Melbourne-based developer Gurner, led by the high-profile developer Tim Gurner, has revealed its $1.25 billion plans for their Ferny Avenue, Surfers Paradise mega site.

The 11,000 plus sqm site at 108 Ferny Avenue will be known as La Pelago, and will comprise four huge towers with nearly 1,000 apartments, around a quarter dedicated to a hotel.

Gurner swooped for their first residential development on the Gold Coast, and only their second in Queensland, following the collapse of Ralan, who had planned for two towers on the sprawling Budds Beach site.

La Pelago, likely named after the small commune in Italy, centralises on a private island theme, where each building is surrounded by over 9,000 sqm of amenity, lush tropical landscaping by SWA and pool-side water retreats, creating four private islands.

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Little Projects set for boutique Broadbeach apartment tower aimed at the luxury owner-occupier

Gold Coast insights: What happened on the Gold Coast over August?

On the back of their successful sellout of their $200 million Signature Broadbeach, developer Little Projects Co are set for their second Gold Coast development, and it's just around the corner.

The new tower at 20 Mary Avenue in Broadbeach will be made up of just 29 full floor and double-storey apartments.

Designed for the owner-occupier by the award-winning architect Elenberg Fraser, each apartment will have at least three bedrooms, hand-crafted materials and a minimalistic design.

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Chevron Island set for New York-inspired apartment tower Greenwich

Gold Coast insights: What happened on the Gold Coast over August?

The residential development of the in demand Surfers Paradise enclave Chevron Island is set to continue.

The Brisbane-focused Ention Properties are the latest developer to enter the Gold Coast market from the Queensland capital. They're set to develop a New York-inspired apartment project, dubbed Greenwich, a reflection of Manhattan's famous Flatiron building.

Ention have reduced the number of apartments from 48 to 46, and increase the height level to 15. It will be targeted at owner-occupiers, KM Sales and Marketing associate director Todd Matheson says.

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First look: Marquee Development Partners lodge plans for new Kirra Beach, Coolangatta apartments

Gold Coast insights: What happened on the Gold Coast over August?

Fresh off selling out their Kirra Beach apartment development SOL before it even hit the open market, the local Gold Coast developer Marquee Development Partners are on to their next project.

And it's literally just down the road at 4 Musgrave Street, on the in-demand Kirra Beach in Coolangatta.

The Brisbane-based Ellivo Architects have drawn up the plans for the 14-level tower, which will home 39 apartments.

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Esprit, S&S Projects new Rainbow Bay, Coolangatta apartments to feature Gold Coast's first rooftop wellness centre

The Gold Coast is set for its first ever residential rooftop wellness centre at Esprit, the new Rainbow Bay, Coolangatta apartment development by S&S Projects.

Dubbed Club Esprit, the wellness rooftop will sit above 97 apartments at 6432 Boundary Street, two interconnected buildings above Rainbow Bay Village. It's being dubbed as fit for purpose for an elite athlete.

Club Esprit will sit on the rooftop of the 11-level building. KMSM agent Jayde Pezet will handle the sales.

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Marquee prepare launch for Palm Beach apartment development, Northshore

Gold Coast insights: What happened on the Gold Coast over August?

The South East Queensland developer Marquee Development Partners are continuing to bulk up their apartment development pipeline, following the speed of their latest Kirra Beach.

Marquee's Kirra Beach apartment development SOL didn't even hit the market, selling out all 46 apartments in the in-demand Kirra Beach in just 10 days.

The development, which will go down as one of the Gold Coast's fastest sell-outs, was Marquee's eighth project, and they're set to launch their ninth.

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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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