Builder chosen for new Surfers Paradise tower

Nineteen renders.
Construction firm Promax has been appointed to build Surfers Paradise tower, Nineteen First Avenue.
Located in a prime location on a double corner block bordering the popular beachside precincts of Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach, the 37-storey, full-floor residential tower is being developed by Amansi Projects, led by local developer Ayrton Mansi.

Nineteen renders.
Designed by Plus Architecture, the beachside project includes 33 full-floor stately residences, and one customisable double-storey penthouse with four bedrooms, a private terrace and plunge pool.
Promax national managing director Max Girgin said his team was thrilled to be working with Amansi Projects to bring the project to life.
“The Gold Coast is renowned for its stunning skyscraper-lined coastline and Nineteen First Avenue is set to be an outstanding addition to this line-up,” Mr Girgin said.
“As the Gold Coast’s tallest full-floor tower, this project is one of a kind and we are looking forward to breaking ground come early 2024.”

A kitchen render.
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Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate said it was important to see a diverse range of developments underway throughout the city.
“In the last five years, there has been unprecedented demand from locals, interstate and overseas investors and homeowners,” he said.
“Meeting the demand means encouraging quality developments in a range of locations.
“Our coastal lifestyle remains a huge drawcard and I look forward to seeing further investment near our major public transport networks.”

A render of the interiors in the apartments.
Each full-floor apartment at Nineteen First Avenue offers 280 sqm of space including 20 sqm of balcony area along with three ensuited bedrooms, a multi-purpose room, powder room, study, and two secure car spaces.
The design is inclusive of timber flooring, stone benchtops, brushed nickel tapware, feature lighting, V-Zug appliances and smart home automation.
With a host of communal lifestyle additions, including a spacious work from home area along with a community library and lounge, a yoga area, steam room, sauna, a resort-style pool and spa, and a gym, Nineteen First Avenue offers all of the benefits of a holistic lifestyle just metres from the beach.
Apartments are priced from $3.1 million, with construction expected to reach completion in 2026.

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