Southern Hemisphere’s largest sales gallery brings $800 million Paradiso Place to life in Surfers Paradise

Last month, Hutchison Builders completed the $4 million sales gallery which will span 750sqm, making it the largest sales gallery of any new development in the southern hemisphere.

Southern Hemisphere’s largest sales gallery brings $800 million Paradiso Place to life in Surfers Paradise
Paradiso Place, Surfers Paradise. Image supplied

One of the largest residential developments ever undertaken on the Gold Coast, SPG Land’s $800 million Paradiso Place, has opened the city’s largest and most spectacular sales gallery.

The sales gallery, which is fully landscaped and includes a dedicated car park, occupies more than 2,000sqm of the site fronting Ferny Avenue.

Last month, Hutchison Builders completed the $4 million sales gallery which will span 750sqm, making it the largest sales gallery of any new development in the southern hemisphere.

A key highlight of the sales gallery are two fully constructed apartments, three-bedroom and two-bedroom, that give buyers a realistic feel of the premium residential offering at Paradiso Place.

Simon Wong, chief executive of SPG Land said the development group spared no expense with the sales gallery to bring to life their vision.

“Every detail has been considered for our sales gallery to replicate what the customer will be buying and experiencing when completed. For customers located interstate, they will be able to experience a virtual tour within the completed apartments”.
 

Simon Wong, SPG Land chief executive

The gallery features a 2.5-metre-high scale model, a fly-through of the new ground-level retail and dining plaza and a main foyer, designed to mimic entry foyer located in Tower 1 of the proposed three-tower development.

Once completed, Paradiso Place is set to become an urban oasis on a 1.15ha site, occupying an entire city block bounded by Ferny Avenue, Surfers Paradise Boulevard, Pandanus Avenue and Ocean Avenue in Surfers Paradise.

Paradiso Place will comprise three residential towers of 37, 39 and 42-storeys, bringing to the market a total of 792 apartments accompanied by 1,790sqm of internal space and 1,015sqm of external space of retail.

The project will also feature 896 car and 18 motorbike underground car parks, 401 bike parks including 50 bike parks on the ground and 351 underground and 31 on-grade parking spaces.

The premium residential towers will each have their own identity with double-height lobby space while offering residents unparalleled bespoke amenities.

The focal point for residents will be a unique circular infinity lagoon pool on the podium level which will host the signature communal space for the development and will be connected via link bridges to the other towers.

In a first for the Gold Coast, the project will also deliver a world-leading attraction – a suspended glass-bottom pool that will offer residents freestyle swimming with a clear view to street level 26 storeys below.

Apartment buyers will be able to lodge an expression of interest for apartments ahead of the official launch of the development.

Max Kwok

Max Kwok

Max Kwok is a staff contributor at urban.com.au. Based in Sydney, Max has previously worked at Property Observer where he specialised in content creation and editorial research.

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