Mosaic set for new Bilinga beachfront apartment development, Bianca by Mosaic

Mosaic, led by Brook Monahan, are set to create a luxury seven level beachfront apartment development at 1 Surf Street
The proposed plans by SJB Architects. Image credit: SJB Architects
Alison Warters January 13, 20220 min read

The South East Queensland apartment developer, Mosaic Property Group, has lodged plans for its next Gold Coast project.

Mosaic, led by Brook Monahan, are set to create a luxury seven level beachfront apartment development at 1 Surf Street, with unrivalled views and direct beach access.

With only two apartments per floor, private entry lobbies and direct physical access to the ocean front, Mosaic are making the most of the unencumbered site edges.

Every apartment in Bianca by Mosaic covers more than 160 sqm internally, each stepping out to its own private balcony spanning at least 25 sqm.

It's been proposed the three-bedroom apartments will be laid out across seven levels, with the entry level through the lobbies and into the units curated by SJB Architects to feel like a home, rather than a flat in an apartment block.

The Surf Str​eet design features a communal open space with a 30 sqm swimming pool and barbecue area, with every unit also being granted dedicated bicycle parking and storage.

SJB noted in their design statement submitted to the Gold Coast City Council that the design draws on the opportunity to bring the residents closer to the edge, close to big windows, light and ventilation.

"The design intends to diffuse the threshold between the interiors and exterior and connect the residents to the ocean, expansive views, the fresh breeze, and that great feeling of living in a beach house," the design statement read.

"The building transitions to light coastal construction with big windows, cantilevering balconies, metal balustrades, timber ceilings & delicate tiling. With the stone walls, seemingly floating floors, powder coated aluminium screens and landscaping we have sculpted a building that ensures visual and acoustic privacy while maintaining views of the beach and ocean."

They said that the quaint beachside suburb on the southern end of the Gold Coast is populated with a mix of mid-century beach cabins and mid-rise multi residential buildings.

Mosaic, who develop apartments across Brisbane and the Gold Coast, had a stellar 2021, selling out Dawn at Mermaid Beach, LOrient at Sunshine Beach, The Witton at Indooroopilly and The Kensington at Toowong.

In 2022, Mosaic will be launching two developments in Burleigh Heads with Augusta, a collection of 34 apartments and Florence, a nine-apartment development also in Burleigh Heads.

Alison Warters

Alison Warters is a property journalist for Urban, based in Sydney. Alison is especially interested in the evolution of the New Build/Development space, when it comes to design innovation and sustainability.
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