Di Carlo Property Group set for Broadbeach owner-occupier apartment tower

The Brisbane-based Di Carlo Property Group has ventured back in to the Gold Coast market.
The family run company, who in recent years have been developing boutique projects in Brisbane’s inner ring, have lodged plans for their first tower in Broadbeach, dubbed Lusso Sky Homes.
Lusso Sky Homes (Lusso is Italian for luxury) – is a collection of just 17 full-floor apartments at 11 Anne Avenue.
Designed by Hayes Anderson Lynch Architects, the four-bedroom apartments span over 200 sqm internally, with a further 40 plus sqm of balcony space.
The kitchen (complete with butler’s pantry), meets the living and dining space, which opens to the balcony oriented to front Anne Avenue and capture south east ocean views. The master suite, complete with walk in wardrobe and ensuite, is also cleverly located at the front of the apartment to capture the views.
In addition to the master, there are a further two bedrooms and a multi-purpose room, which has been designed o act as either a second living area, a home office, or a fourth bedroom.
Crowning Lusso will be the resident amenity rooftop terrace, featuring a pool, gym, sauna and barbecue facilities.
Alfie Di Carlo, one of the family directors at the company, says the design offering should hit the mark for the luxury buyer.
“We produce boutique, owner-occupier developments in Brisbane so we definitely wanted to stay in our lane and produce something that would service that type of buyer on the Gold Coast,” Di Carlo told Urban.
“Its a really nice pocket of the Gold Coast and it’s always been on the agenda,” Di Carlo added.
“This site ticked all the boxes given its centrally located between the beach, the Broadbeach entertainment and dining precinct, the Star Casino and Pacific Fair Shopping Centre.”
Di Carlo expects a healthy enquiry mix from local downsizers cashing in on their houses but not wanting to compromise on space, and interstate and Brisbane holiday makers who are looking for a high-end holiday home or weekender.
The development acts as another diversification for the Di Carlo Group, who have recently started developing in the retail and commercial space.
The team have over 40 years experience building and managing in excess of $500 million of property development and construction projects across South East Queensland.
 
 
Article source: www.urban.com.au