Morris Property Group set for Crest Broadbeach apartments

MPG has just lodged a development application for Crest Broadbeach, a 37-level tower with 157 apartments at 13-15 Armrick Avenue designed by the Canberra architecture firm Guida Moseley Brown.
The proposed entry and podium levels. Image credit: Guida Moseley Brown
Joel Robinson February 22, 20220 min read

The longstanding ACT and Gold Coast apartment developer, Morris Property Group, is kicking off its solid 2022 pipeline of new projects.

The first is in Broadbeach, where Morris has big plans this year. They've just lodged a development application to the Gold Coast City Council for Crest Broadbeach, a 37-level tower with 157 apartments at 13-15 Armrick Avenue, designed by the Canberra architecture firm Guida Moseley Brown.

The two and three-bedroom apartments start from level five, above the three podium levels and level four amenity.

The extensive amenity, wrapped in terraces with seating and dining areas, features a pool, gym, lounge space, a private barbecue and dining space which can be hired, and a communal barbecue area.

Also part of the level is extensive co-working space, with a number of single desk pods, office spaces, and boardroom-style rooms.

There will be a maximum of five apartments per floor, with just three three-bedroom apartments per level on the higher floors. 

Morris secured the two side by side Armrick Avenue sites last year, the two 647 sqm blocks totalling 1294 sqm.

The development is next door to the soon-to-be-launched tower by Turrisi Properties. Smaller at 22 levels, the tower designed by Rothelowman will have 81 two and three-bedroom apartments.

Crest Broadbeach will MPG's eighth development in the exclusive suburb, after successfully selling out Opus, Koko and Qube.

The team are preparing to lodge development applications for a number of Broadbeach sites in 2022, including one on the dress circle Australia Avenue, just 200 metres to the beach.

MPG also recently acquired a site in Burleigh Heads, a huge 2,024 sqm double block at 1873-1875 Gold Coast Highway.

They are planning a project comprising predominantly two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments to provide housing more affordable to a broader section of the community.

"Burleigh Heads is a great lifestyle location and represents the relaxed Gold Coast way of life. 1873-1875 Gold Coast Highway is an amazing opportunity to provide more buyers with the opportunity to enjoy the Burleigh life," Barry Morris said.

 

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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