Mirador apartments launched on Chevron Island, as apartment numbers gets halved

Mirador’s design by Cottee Parker Architects takes strong cues from the curvature of the coastline and ocean swell
Mirador apartments launched on Chevron Island, as apartment numbers gets halved
The luxury pool at Mirador. Image supplied
Joel Robinson November 7, 2021

Citimark has cut more than half of the apartments that have now been launched in their contemporary Chevron Island apartment development, Mirador.

The South East Queensland apartment developer is seeking to chop the 164 apartments down to just 71 in the development, which will take the offering to a more high-end standard with larger apartments.

There will be a mix of two, three and four-bedroom apartments, including the podium level Terrace Apartments, and the 17th level Sky Homes. Prices will start from $690,000, and range to $2.4 million.

Set in the heart of the vibrant Chevron Island Village at 8 Mawarra Street, Mirador apartments will offer views to the Surfers Paradise skyline, Pacific Ocean, Nerang river, HOTA parkland and the Gold Coast hinterland.

David Higgins, Colliers Director of Residential said Chevron Island was uniquely positioned as a best-of-both-worlds coastal destination.

“Mirador serves up luxury island living with the world at your doorstep, with prime walkability to all the most unique amenity on offer from Surfers Paradise entertainment precinct, the beach, the HOTA’s art capital with its extensive parkland areas and the high energy retail hub of Thomas Drive," Higgins says.

"I believe that Mirador’s location is Chevron Island’s best location at the foot of the new pedestrian bridge giving residents a scenic waterside 3-minute walk to HOTA and the weekend farmers market.

Chevron Island is one of those rare gems that retains a sense of tranquillity without being completely cut off from the recreational amenity that the Gold Coast is famed for, it’s essentially at the gateway to everything you could need to live out the ultimate coastal dream and is within walkable proximity to major lifestyle amenities of Southport Golf Course and the renowned Gold Coast Turf Club.”

Mirador’s design by Cottee Parker Architects takes strong cues from the curvature of the coastline and ocean swell.

“Each of the residences are orientated to maximise views, with undulating facade to emphasise the natural movement of the ocean, whilst allowing for maximum articulation and efficiency of layouts,” Higgins added.

Both podium and rooftop will be wrapped by lush landscaping to create a garden oasis retreat from the village below.

Wellness is an important feature Mirador’s design, with the podium level resort style facilities featuring a gym and yoga lawn and a pilates, sauna, steam, massage and game rooms.

Outside there's a pool with sun deck and private pool side cabanas and two private barbecue lounges.

There's also been consideration to the retail tenancy on the ground level, intended to host a spa or wellness operator.

Further amenity is located on the rooftop, where there's a fully equipped private dining room, lounge room, and adjoining club lounge, and private barbecue lounges.

Higgins says the team wanted to create a collection of amenities that would allow residents to love among a level of indulgence usually associated with a luxury getaway.

“Mirador boasts a level of amenity equal to a high-end exclusive resort with the privacy of a home,” Higgins says.

“The rooftop is a gem in its own right – it’s a spectacular destination to relax with company while taking in the panoramic views of the Nerang River, Gold Coast hinterland and out to the Pacific Ocean.”

About the developer

Established in 1991, Citimark Properties is one of Queensland’s leading diversified property groups, backed by over 30 years’ industry experience.

Citimark’'s portfolio encompasses the $120 million Alcyone Residences in Northshore, $100 million Felix in Brisbane’s CBD and a 300 block Riverfront Residential Community in Coomera.

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is the Editor in Chief at Urban.com.au, 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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