Downsizers and rightsizers swoop on Lagoon Main Beach’s Signature Collection

Rightsizers and downsizers have put their stamp on the Signature Collection in Drew Group’s Lagoon Main Beach, which is set to be one of the most impressive developments Main Beach has ever seen.

Lagoon, a two-tower development built around a central lagoon pool with resort-style facilities on Cronin Avenue, has seen a swell of interest in recent months as one of the most advanced projects under construction in Main Beach.

Pezet Matheson has sold a number of apartments throughout the buildings to southern state dwellers, who intend to move up to the Gold Coast at some point following the December 2025 completion by Hutchies.

The uppermost levels of the two 31-level towers house the Signature Collection, 12 sub-penthouses starting from over 200 sqm.

The sub-penthouses take luxury in the building to the next level, with a fluted island bench and premium designer appliances, creating the entertaining heart of the home. The sub-penthouses unsurprisingly offer the best views over the Gold Coast.

Lagoon, Main Beach 11 Cronin Avenue, Main Beach QLD 4217

Crowning the towers are three two-level penthouses, each with four bedrooms, a rooftop plunge pool, relaxation deck, and an outdoor kitchen.

Each apartment has one or two car parks with electric vehicle capability, a storage unit, and the ability to purchase outdoor sports lockers.

All residents of Lagoon will have access to the podium-level amenities, featuring a barbecue garden with designer cooking stations, a fully equipped function lounge, a fitness centre with a connected yoga terrace, and a 24/7 network-connected boardroom designed to meet the flexible co-working needs of today.

Lagoon’s prime position in the heart of Main Beach affords residents easy access to the beach 150 metres away and only 50m from the famous Tedder Ave with its array of quality restaurants, cafes, and boutique shops that welcome locals on a first-name basis.

Lagoon is currently under construction and is expected to be complete by December 2025.

Article source: www.urban.com.au

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