S&S director Paul Gedoun says Esprit will re-shape the way residents experience their new beachside home
The Gold Coast is set for its first ever residential rooftop wellness centre at Esprit, the new Rainbow Bay, Coolangatta apartment development by S&S Projects.
Dubbed Club Esprit, the wellness rooftop will sit above 97 apartments at 6432 Boundary Street, two interconnected buildings above Rainbow Bay Village. It’s being dubbed as fit for purpose for an elite athlete.
Club Esprit will sit on the rooftop of the 11-level building. KMSM agent Jayde Pezet will handle the sales.
S&S director Paul Gedoun says Esprit will re-shape the way residents experience their new beachside home.
“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,” Gedoun said.
“There is nothing in the same league of Club Esprit across the entire Gold Coast and we believe it will revolutionise the way our residents experience the beachside way of life.”
Club Esprit will span over 1,100 sqm and will feature an extensive list of wellness and recreational amenity. There will be exercise and recovery facilities, including a gym and yoga lawn, as well as a private remedial treatment room, ice bath, infrared sauna, and steam rooms.
A 25-metre lap pool and poolside cabanas will run the whole length of the rooftop, offering 360 degree views, from Snapper Rocks and Rainbow Bay to the city skyline and hinterland.
Club Esprit will include a children’s play lawn, complete with play equipment and breakout recreational spaces. Residents will be able to book the private dining room, designed with hosting a number of guests. There’s a number of private terraces, barbecue areas, and an outdoor cinema.
“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 the necessary outlets to complement this,” Gedoun added.
Esprit has been designed by Cottee Parker Architects.
Sandra Brown, director of Cottee Parker, says they wanted to evoke that feeling of a Queenslander by the beach.
“The generous interiors, deep balconies and nods to coastal design provide a relaxed sense of luxury,” Browne said.
S&S are now strangers to the area, having sold out their $74 million Flow Residences, as well as the recent sell out of Awaken Residences.
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