Tower reveal: $100 million tower proposed for Four Corners, 3519 Main Beach Parade, Surfers Paradise site

The beachfront site in Main Beach will be transformed into a $100 million luxury Bayden Goddard-designed apartment tower

Tower reveal: $100 million tower proposed for Four Corners, 3519 Main Beach Parade, Surfers Paradise site
Tower reveal: $100 million tower proposed for Four Corners, 3519 Main Beach Parade, Surfers Paradise site

A beachfront site in Main Beach will be transformed with plans lodged with the Gold Coast Council for a $100 million luxury apartment tower aimed at empty nester buyers.

The developer Greg Eastment has unveiled plans for a 17-storey tower, to be designed by BGD Architecture, just weeks after securing the site for $16 million.

The application will see the demolition of a 50 year old three-storey unit complex known as Four Corners.

Plans for the 787sq m site indicate the tower will have 15 units.

It proposes 12 three-bedroom whole floor units plus double storey five-bedroom units on the higher levels.

There will be a three storey penthouse in the Bayden Goddard-designed block.

The residents on moving in in 2023 will be just metres from the Tedder Ave dining precinct.

The application provides 24 residential car parking spaces and three visitor car parking spaces

The development also provides 16 residential bicycle parking spaces and two visitor bicycle spaces.

The Four Corners site, at 3519 Main Beach Parade, also fronts Breaker St. Developer Danny Andrews has launched his 16-floor luxury tower, Dune, on a nearby beachfront site.

The Gold Coast Bulletin reports prestige property agent Harry Kakavas was advising Eastment and will market the project.

Tower reveal: 0 million tower proposed for Four Corners, 3519 Main Beach Parade, Surfers Paradise site

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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