First look at new tower for Broadbeach beachfront

A new tower is planned for 21 Broadbeach Blvd, Broadbeach
A development application has been lodged for a new $85m, 24-storey luxury tower on the Broadbeach beachfront.
Located in the quiet Broadbeach Park quarter at 21 Broadbeach Blvd, the project will be a joint venture between Gold Coast developer QNY Group, headed by Anthony Quinn, and Melbourne-based construction giant Glenvill Developments, its first on the Coast.
Rising to 24 levels, the project will feature 19 whole-floor apartments and two penthouses split over four levels, all with sea views, along with a lavish rooftop deck and glass-edge pool for residents to use.
Renders of the new beachfront project which will reach 24 storeys.
The building has been designed by Contreras Earl Architecture, whose co-founder Rafael Contreras Morales spent seven years working for world-renowned Zaha Hadid Architects.
The firm has been behind several landmark Gold Coat Projects, including 272 Hedges Avenue in Mermaid Beach, Amani at Main Beach, and Jefferson Lane at Palm Beach.
Mr Quinn said the Broadbeach tower would be an architectural statement.
“This site is like no other on the Gold Coast and we wanted the design to reflect its uniqueness,” Mr Quinn said.
“We’ve worked closely with the architects, along with Form Landscape Architects, to come up with a design that will coexist with the natural environment, while delivering a landmark that enhances the aesthetic of this leafy Broadbeach Boulevard corner.”
Len Warson, CEO of Glenvill Developments, said he had collaborated on all aspects of the project from the outset.
It has been designed by Contreras Earl Architecture.
“We don’t do generic and being involved in the project from the start meant I could contribute to the design and creation of a unique development outcome, perfect for the area,” he said.
“As developers we have a social responsibility to create a built environment that’s enduring – not just for the buyers or for the resale – but for the broader community.”
While the project is the first foray into the Sunshine State for Glenvill, Mr Warson said it would not be the last.
“This is not about riding the wave,” Mr Warson said. “Queensland had plenty of growth potential prior to the pandemic. We study the market and use those insights to make our next moves, and this was a deliberate move.
The prime corner block at 21 Broadbeach Blvd.
“The Glenvill brand is synonymous with safe delivery, reliability, and high quality. We are combining our knowledge of the residential sector with QNY Group’s local knowledge, to deliver an iconic, beautifully constructed, enduring project.”
Mr Quinn, who’s QNY Group is also behind the La Mer development in Main Beach, acquired the 511sq m prime Broadbeach corner site for $10.1 million in February in an off-market sale, paying almost $20,000 a square metre.
The site is home to a two-storey walk-up building with four units and is close to Broadbeach Bowls Club and Broadbeach Surf Life Saving Club.
If approved, construction on the develpoment is scheduled for mid-2023 with completion in early 2025.

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