Melbourne developer Auriton launch Rivea, Surfers Paradise apartment tower

The layout favours liveability over style, which Rothelowman says is a local approach to coastal living

Melbourne developer Auriton launch Rivea, Surfers Paradise apartment tower
Where Rivea will sit on the Surfers Paradise skyline. Image supplied

Auriton Group are hoping to do as well as their fellow Melbourne-based property developers as they launch their first apartment tower in the Gold Coast.

The development firm, who are behind a mix of boutique and high density projects across Melbourne, has just launched Rivea, which will home 108 apartments across its 30-level, Rothelowman-designed tower.

Rothelowman describe the tower as a "vertical community."

The design incorporates just four apartments per floor for the most part, with 14 sqm balconies located on each corner of the building.

The layout favours liveability over style, which Rothelowman says is a local approach to coastal living.

"The scheme focuses on enhancing the urban realm in an area somewhat burdened by the intensity of city scaled infrastructure (a highway, light rail overlay etc)," Rothelowman noted in their submission to the Gold Coast City Council.

"It does this by focusing on humanising the ground-plane through a generous and considered street building approach layered in domestically scaled detailing, landscape integration and materiality.

The cross-ventilated, breathable building will feature a mid-rise garden with gym, office space, formal dining room or board room.

The ground level, beside the lobby, will be a swimming pool with day beds and outdoor lounge area facing the Nerang River.

Melbourne developers have had huge success recently in the Gold Coast.

Hirsch & Faigen are on to their third project, having sold out The Hemingway in Palm Beach as their debut project in 2021. There's just a few apartments left in their luxury Kirra Beach development, The Emerson, and they've recently quickly sold half of the apartments in the triple-tower, Mermaid Beach project, Yves.

Little Projects have been around the Gold Coast a little longer, successfully selling out Signature at Broadbeach and securing a number of buyers at the luxury Broadbeach owner-occupier tower, Aperture.

Central Equity are seeing strong demand at their Surfers Paradise project, Pacific One, a high density tower of 359, while Jinding are quickly approaching a sell-out of their Surfers tower, Sora.

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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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