Little Projects Co launch Broadbeach apartment development, Aperture

Elenberg Fraser, who has designed a number of developments in Melbourne, created the modernist-inspired apartment building
Little Projects Co launch Broadbeach apartment development, Aperture
Aperture will rise 120m above Mary Avenue. Image supplied.
Joel Robinson October 26, 2021

The hotly anticipated Aperture, which will be one of the most high-end apartment developments in Broadbeach when completed in mid-2023, has officially launched to the market.

Following on from their successful first tower in Broadbeach, Signature, which sold out earlier this year, the Melbourne-based Little Projects took a different approach to Aperture, which refers to the opening of a lens's diaphragm through which light passes.

This time they're targeting the luxury owner-occupier, with every apartment on offer spanning a whole-level and offering over 200 sqm of internal and external space, enough space for a downsizer.

There are just 29 apartments across the 35 levels, with 26 full-floor apartments with three bedrooms, three bathrooms and three parking spaces. They start from $2.1 million, with every level of the 120 metre building offering uninterrupted ocean views from the balcony off the living area.

Floorplans for the double-storey sub penthouse and penthouse are still in the works, but they expect to have four bedrooms and four bathrooms each. 

Elenberg Fraser, who has designed a number of developments in Melbourne, created the modernist-inspired apartment building, with hand-crafted materials and a minimalistic design featuring throughout. Gaggenau appliances and natural timber and stone have been used for the interiors, creating an extra level of luxury rarely seen in the market.

Leighton Pyke, Director of Little Projects Co, reckons the south end of Broadbeach is quite possibly the ultimate location to soak up the central coastal atmosphere.

“It’s part of a very tranquil enclave just a little bit away from the heart of the vibrant retail and dining precinct but within walking distance to all that Broadbeach has to offer, and only metres from the beach," Pyke says.

Pyke said they made a conscious effort to change the course from the high-density projects and instead offer full floor collection of apartments, offering enough space for the downsizer.

“We put a lot of thought and energy into this project, alongside our talented team of architects, to come up with a design concept that blends with the superb location of the site.”

“With this project, we wanted to challenge expectations on how a luxury coastal residential collection should look and feel, so we devised a sub-tropical oasis that incorporates moody tone for an effortlessly luxe feel,” Pyke said.

KM Sales & Marketing agent Todd Matheson is handling the market.

Aperture will feature a lap pool on the podium level, with hotel-like day beds at either end. The pool is flanked by a long pool deck, and an adjoining 20 sqm barbecue area with outdoor dining space. On this level is a gym with a steam room.

The project sits just minutes from the patrolled Kurrawa beach, and a short walk from the heart of Broadbeach's Oracle dining and retail precinct.

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is the Editor in Chief at, managing Urban's editorial team and creating the largest news cycle for the off the plan property market in the country. Joel has been writing about residential real estate for nearly a decade, following a degree in Business Management with a major in Journalism at Leeds Beckett University in England. He specializes in off the plan apartments, and has a particular interest in the development application process for new projects.

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