Cutting-edge design and awe inspiring features have positioned this $65 million beachfront project, 31 Broadbeach, as one of the most desirable addresses along the east coast.
With properties starting from $1.32 million, the luxurious 20-level building is almost on the sand and includes an elevated ground floor beach house, 14 full-floor apartments, six half-floor apartments and a double-storey penthouse.
Global architect firm Woods Bagot has begun its foray in the Gold Coast resident market through this impressive multi-million dollar structure on Broadbeach Boulevard. Woods Bagot Associate Principal David Lee believes the project appeals to a mature demographic with a desire for refined luxury. “These homes will be attractive to design-savvy clientele who appreciate fine things, with a cleaner aesthetic and a minimal approach – more of the quality and less of the detail,” Mr Lee said.
Lead Designer of the Melbourne based practice Carr, Aaron Wooster, said the developer and its project managers welcomed the concept and design from inception. “From the beginning, we wanted to design interiors that were considered and deliberately enhanced the natural beauty the site offered. We envisaged residents walking into a refined tranquil sanctuary, designed to capture the breathtaking sea views and the refreshing sea breeze characteristic of the beachfront property.”
Each open-plan residence features 2.7 metre high ceilings, Gaggenau appliances, Scandinavian VOLA tapware, high-grade carpet and monolithic natural stone bench tops and flooring, with passage ways and corridors creating vertical framed views from almost every space to the sea, sky and sand. Residents will be able to benefit from an exclusive rooftop with a heated lap pool and barbecue zones overlooking the coast and hinterland, as well as surfboard storage and outdoor showers at sea level.
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