Meriton Apartment's Ocean, Surfers Paradise hits 65 percent sold

More than 65 per cent of apartments in the tower have been sold in Ocean

Meriton Apartment's Ocean, Surfers Paradise hits 65 percent sold
Ocean will tower 76 storeys on The Esplanade. Image supplied

Sales are continuing apace at the Ocean Tower development in Surfers Paradise.

Meriton Apartments has advised more than 65 per cent of apartments in the tower are now sold.

“It is a tall building so we are selling it in stages," Meriton boss Harry Triguboff said.

"We have sold more than 80 per cent in the first stage and in the second higher stage we have sold more than 50 per cent of the apartments," he confirmed this month to The Australian.

The tower will be home to both luxury residential and hotel suites under the Meriton Suites brand.

Ocean, rising 76 storeys against the Gold Coast skyline, is has been designed by architects SJB.

Ocean will be Triguboff's 19th tower on the Gold Coast.

It will be the third tallest tower in the Gold Coast area.

Ocean will be home to 404 apartments starting from level 33, featuring views which will tower over the neighbouring buildings.

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