Beachfront Bilinga apartment project LANA launches

It’s not just buyers who are lining up to head to up to the Gold Coast, it’s developers too.

The Sydney-based builder developer Arena Property Group, who have a long history of developing across the whole of Sydney, have just kicked off their first project on the Coast, making the move north for the lifestyle on offer.

“It was a bit of a change of direction but ultimately what has led us, and so many people particularly over the last few years, is the relaxed lifestyle the Gold Coast offers,” Arena Property Group says.

“It has all the beauty, and the beaches, without the density or the busyness of the city.”

Arena kicked off their Gold Coast development journey in Currumbin which has development approval. They’ve recently launched it’s second project, LANA, in the quiet southern Gold Coast pocket Bilinga, just north of Coolangatta.

The 23-apartment absolute beachfront project on Golden Four Drive, Bilinga’s best street, was designed by BDA who were inspired by the pure beauty of Bilinga.

“The coastal palette of vertical and horizontal timber-look louvres and a render finish to match the beach beyond will provide an elegant and timeless boutique residential development,” BDA note.

There are nine three-bedroom apartments in the seven-level building, and 14 two-bedroom apartments, which start from $1.15 million.

The building is crowned by an infinity edge rooftop pool, and a level nine communal space aimed at working from home or socialising on the resident’s terrace.

Arena Property Group says that Bilinga offers a family-friendly area, at an equally affordable price point.

“If you go north or south, you’re not getting much change out of $4 million if you’re looking for a true beachfront apartment,” the company note.

“While Kirra, Rainbow Bay are high demand areas, there’s no apartments on the beach. That is something Bilinga has, which is rare for the Gold Coast. We’re not developing anymore beachfront land, so anything fronting the sand will always be sought-after”

Arena are hoping to get the go ahead for KORA, a collection of just seven apartments on Pacific Parade, facing Currumbin Beach.

The Arena team really wanted Currumbin to be the first spot the team developed in.

“We’ve always loved coming up for holidays to Currumbin.

“Gold Coast living is still very much preserved in Currumbin. Where other beach suburbs have become a bit of a concrete jungle, Currumbin has held onto what makes it special.

Arena knew the level of commitment to keeping the enclave that way, so he knew that there was going to be some resistance for a new development.

But there was a strong support from council for the project, which was designed by Plus Architecture to blend seamlessly into the current surrounds.

The town planning report suggested the architectural philosophy paid homage to the traditional ‘timber and tin’ beach shacks, evoking the relaxed sense of beachfront living, embracing high-quality, sub-tropical design which blends seamlessly into the beachside character of the site and its setting.

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