Six reasons why The Monaco at Main Beach should be on a buyers shortlist

The 24 level tower, delivered by Ignite Projects, will comprise six half floor apartments, 17 full floor apartments and a double storey penthouse.

Six reasons why The Monaco at Main Beach should be on a buyers shortlist
Six reasons why The Monaco at Main Beach should be on a buyers shortlist

The Monaco is set to be Main Beach's most luxurious tower when it's completed at the end of 2022.

The 24 level tower, designed by Rothelowman and delivered by Ignite Projects, will comprise six half floor apartments, 17 full floor apartments and a double storey penthouse.

Urban has taken a look at six reasons why The Monaco should be on a buyers shortlist. 

1. The Developer

The Monaco is being developed by Ignite Projects, who pride themselves on delivering innovative, memorable and quality developments.

Led by managing director, Kiwi Josh Foote, Ignite have had success on the Gold Coast before and currently have another development selling at Palm Beach.

They completed the luxury Palm Beach development Periscope in 2019 and are currently behind the boutique development Cabana nearby.

Ignite had success in New Zealand in Auckland in 2017 and 2018, creating 19 apartments at Alba Takapuna and 20 apartments in the development Aria.

2. The Architect

The award-winning architecture firm Rothelowman have designed The Monaco. They say the unique location provides for an uninterrupted panoramic aspect taking in The Spit, the Broadwater, Main Beach and the Moreton Bay Islands. 

Six reasons why The Monaco at Main Beach should be on a buyers shortlist

"The relatively modest scale of the site contributes to the potency of the project by allowing for a boutique luxury residential offering, comprised of full-floor single and double-storey sky-villas," the architecture firm describe the project.

"The approach to the design has been one seeking clarity and simplicity, allowing for the natural attributes of the location to take precedence. This focus is true for both the internal amenity of the dwellings but also the way in which the architecture contributes to the urban realm at both the immediate and macro scales."

3. The Location 

The Monaco is located at 2-4 Macarthur Parade, outside of the hustle of Surfers Paradise but only a short stroll to the central hub Tedder Avenue.

To the east of the development, across the road is Main Beach Pavilion cafe, as well as the Southport Surf Life Saving Club and the sands of Main Beach. 

To the west is the Southport Yacht Club where there's the Waterfront Restaurant located beside Jack Gordon Park.

4. The Facilities

Residents will have access to a 24 metre heated pool, bordered by daybeds and set in lush rainforest foliage. 

There's a barbecue and dining area with built in seating. Adjacent is The Monaco's wellness studio comprising a gym, pilates reformer beds, an inverted yoga bench, a steam room and a treatment room.

One whole floor of the Monaco has been dedicated to private storage for each resident, while there's also a virtual golf room and pet grooming room.

Six reasons why The Monaco at Main Beach should be on a buyers shortlist

5. Customisable kitchen

off the plan buyers will have the opportunity to create their own kitchen in their new apartment, working with The Monaco's exclusive kitchen designer.

An island bench forms the focal point of the kitchen which will be kitted out with VZUG appliances and feature storage equipment behind textured natural travertine stone cabinetry.

Each kitchen will have a butler's pantry at the rear.

Six reasons why The Monaco at Main Beach should be on a buyers shortlist

6. The master suite

A full quarter of the apartment is dedicated to the master suite.

Making up the master suite is the bedroom, a dressing area with a marble make-up counter and double full-height mirrors.

The statement walk-in-wardrobe is flanked on two sides by floor-to-ceiling tinted glass cabinets.

Six reasons why The Monaco at Main Beach should be on a buyers shortlist

The Monaco’s master ensuite features a semi-outdoor space that creates a connection with the coastal vistas.

The open-plan design allows for abundant natural light, while the opulent curves of the extravagant marble vanity and the stone, free-standing bath give the bathroom a luxury appeal.

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 the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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