In recent years, there has been a noticeable shift in the amenities offered by apartment developments, with developers recognising the importance of promoting health and well-being among residents.
One amenity that is increasingly gaining popularity is dedicated yoga rooms or spaces within developments.
They’re particularly popular on the Gold Coast, and in beachfront projects, where the building opens up to the ocean and sand, creating a space perfect for yoga and meditation.
We’ve had a look at the Gold Coast’s most insta-worthy projects with a yoga space.
AURA on the Beach
Address: 59 Garfield Terrace, Surfers Paradise
Developer: ASF Group
AURA on the Beach, the latest release by ASX-listed Sydney-based ASF Group on the coveted Garfield Terrace offers a dedicated yoga space within the development.
The development provides a comprehensive resident-only amenity offering.
In addition to an ocean-view infinity pool, cabana, and gym on the podium floor, AURA also boasts a dedicated yoga room.
AURA on the Beach
59 Garfield Terrace, Surfers Paradise QLD 4217
Designed by Brisbane-based Blight Rayner, the development takes full advantage of its coastal location, offering a tranquil space where residents can engage in yoga and meditation practices.
With each full-floor apartment featuring four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and over 10 meters of direct ocean frontage, AURA on the Beach provides a luxurious and serene living experience.
Victoria & Albert
Address: 12-18 Albert Avenue, Broadbeach
Developer: Iris Capital
Iris Capital’s $800 million Victoria & Albert development in Broadbeach offers multiple dedicated yoga spaces across it’s towers.
Nestled in the Victoria Club, located on the fourth podium level, offers an array of amenities, with the yoga lawn and studio being standout features.
Victoria & Albert 20 Albert Avenue, Broadbeach QLD 4218
Surrounded by lush greenery and nestled between two pools, the yoga lawn provides residents with an outdoor space to practice yoga while enjoying the sub-tropical climate and sunny nature of the Gold Coast.
For those seeking an indoor option, a yoga studio is conveniently situated across from the lawn.
Alongside these yoga facilities, the Victoria & Albert development offers a wide range of premium indoor and outdoor amenities, including a gym, wellness room, resident’s lounge, children’s area, cinema, outdoor dining, and barbecue pods, all beautifully integrated with verdant landscaping.
Address: 26 Vista Street, Surfers Paradise
Developer: MRCB International
MRCB International’s Surfers Paradise development also embraces the trend of dedicated yoga spaces is 26 Vista, situated at a prime location just one street back from Northcliffe Beach.
Rising 51 levels, this development by DBI Design offers 280 apartments, as well as six three-storey townhouses facing Northcliffe Light Rail Station.
Vista 26 Vista Street, Surfers Paradise QLD 4217
The tower, covering only 30 per cent of the site, has been designed to take advantage of its coastal proximity, maximising views towards the river and the hinterland.
Located on the fourth level, residents will have access to a wellbeing precinct which ensures that residents can prioritise their physical and mental well-being without ever having to leave the comfort of their home, with the outdoor yoga space a notable highlight.
Residents of Vista will also have access to a gym featuring an outdoor yoga space, an outdoor pool and spa, sauna, steam room, and a resident’s lounge.
Article source: www.urban.com.au