Mali Residences, Mermaid Beach featuring in Gold Coast Open House 2021

Mali Residences saw apartments priced from $435,000

Mali Residences, Mermaid Beach featuring in Gold Coast Open House 2021
The Mali Residences lobby. Image supplied

Mali Residences, Mermaid Beach features in Gold Coast Open House, this weekend, October 16.

Gold Coast Open House is an annual event unlocking the doors of interesting and architecturally significant buildings and locations across the city for all to explore for free.

The recently completed apartment project at 4-6 Alexandra Avenue, Mermaid Beach was undertaken by Dankav Developments.

Mali Residences offered 55 contemporary residences in one, two and three-bedroom configurations, with apartments priced from $435,000.

The 16th floor penthouse fetched $4,295,000.

Designed by BDA Architecture, the project features a striking façade, open-plan entertaining spaces and luxury amenities. 

The space has been formed by a series of intertwined components – an open lobby, podium parking featuring a generous green foliage wall facing north, lower residential with five units per floor, a break in the built form to showcase an entire floor dedicated to lifestyle and recreational boasting views of the sand and the water along with upper residential of three units per floor.

Located on the ninth floor is a range of leisure facilities, including a resort-style pool, sauna, gym and residents’ lounge.
  
With the easing of Stage 2 restrictions last Friday on the Gold Coast, the Open House opportunity has arisen.

GCOH bookings are required via eventbrite.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.

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