Esprit at 6432 Boundary Street, Coolangatta, will have a residents’ wellness centre that would meet the standard of elite athletes.
A residents’ only fitness and wellness centre that is of elite athlete standard will be the crowning glory of the latest tower to appear on the Coolangatta skyline.
In what is being touted as ‘a first for the Gold Coast’ and ‘unlike anything seen before in high-end design’, the facility will be located 11 storeys in the air atop S&S Projects’ Esprit development in Rainbow Bay Village.
The $130m project will deliver 97 apartments – a mix of 72 two-bedroom and 25 three-bedroom apartments – across two interconnected buildings covering a 2424sq m site with dual frontages on Boundary and Ward streets.
The wellness centre will top the Esptrit building, 11 storeys up.
The wellness centre, to be called Club Esprit and designed by Cottee Parker Architects, will be the centrepiece.
S&S Director Paul Gedoun said the facility would re-shape and revolutionalise the way residents view beachside apartment facilities.
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“We wanted to create a recreational space that went beyond functionality, we wanted an oasis catered to creating a sense of community among like-minded residents,” Mr Gedoun said.
The devleoper says there will be nothing like it across the entire Gold Coast.
“There is nothing in the same league of Club Esprit across the entire Gold Coast.”
Spread over 1100sq m, Club Esprit will focus on self-care and restoration, with all types of amenities aimed at helping to cultivate a daily routine for residents.
Fitness enthusiasts will be able to take advantage of exercise and recovery facilities which range from a gym and yoga lawn to a remedial treatment room, ice bath, and infra-red sauna and steam rooms.
“Rainbow Bay’s natural amenity organically inspires an active lifestyle, whether it’s surfing the world-class point breaks or traversing the beachside recreation paths, and so we wanted our residences to provide an outlet to complement this,” Mr Gedoun said.
Esprit is the third project in Coolangatta by S&S Projects.
There is also a 25m lap pool and poolside cabanas from where residents can take of Snapper Rocks and Rainbow Bay, the city skyline and hinterland backdrop.
For those wishing to exert a little less energy exercising and more energy socialising, there is a private dining room, private terraces, barbecue areas and an outdoor cinema for a true beach holiday feel.
Esprit is the third development in the southern suburb for Brisbane-based S&S Projects, with construction on its sold-out Flow Residences and Awaken projects under way.
While prices for the Esprit apartments are yet to be set, the median price in Awaken was $4.2 million, while the penthouse sold for a southern beaches record of $8.15 million.
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