Hirsch & Faigen appoint Hutchinsons to build Gold Coast apartments at Kirra's Emerson and Palm Beach's Hemingway

“We’re delighted to have the team at Hutchies on board, given their prestige reputation for delivering the highest-class projects across not only the Gold Coast but all of Australia."

Hirsch & Faigen appoint Hutchinsons to build Gold Coast apartments at Kirra's Emerson and Palm Beach's Hemingway
The common room at Emerson on Kirra Beach. Image supplied

Hirsch & Faigen has given Hutchinson the construction jobs for both its maiden Gold Coast apartment developments.

Hemingway, just off the sand at Palm Beach's, was the first local development for H&F, led by the Melbourne lawyer Daniel Faigen and Richard Hirsch. The $75 million project sold out all of its 78 apartments within a few months of its launch earlier this year.

That was followed by Emerson, the $85 million luxury boutique block of just 27 apartments in the sought-after Kirra Beach area of Coolangatta. Hirsch & Faigen are soon to launch their third development, Yves at Mermaid Beach.

Hirsch & Faigen's next project, Yves, will see 146 apartment built across three 25-level towers at 7-9 Mermaid Avenue.

To read more about Yves and enquire, click here.

“We’re delighted to have the team at Hutchies on board, given their prestige reputation for delivering the highest-class projects across not only the Gold Coast but all of Australia,” Daniel Faigen said.

“These projects aren’t your standard class apartments, so it was important to us that we found the right builder who would execute Rothelowman’s design flawlessly, and we have every confidence that Hutchies are the perfect fit for the job.”

Construction of the 14-level Hemingway, named after the famous author and featuring a distinct blush façade, is due to commence construction next month, with a completion date of around September 2023.

Hutchies will begin building Emerson, which only has six apartments left to sell as well as the $8 million penthouse, in February 2022. That will rise 13 levels when completed around October 2023.

“We couldn’t have asked for a better reception to the Gold Coast market, it’s strengthened our commitment to this piping hot property pocket, and we look forward to seeking out further opportunities on its shores,” Faigen added.

“With a remarkable sales run behind us, we are looking forward to shifting into construction mode and witnessing the first glimpse of Hirsch & Faigen excellence rise out of the Gold Coast earth.”

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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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