Morris Property Group set for owner-occupier focused Broadbeach apartment development

Morris has had the site since 2006, and has cleared the old two-level, four-apartment building on the 607 sqm site.
One of Queensland’s longest standing property developer and builder, Morris Property Group, is continuing to bulk up its Gold Coast apartment pipeline.
It’s still focused around the Broadbeach area, with Morris, led by the veteran developer Barry Morris, set to lodge plans for Malo, a nine-level tower at 8 Jubilee Avenue, near Federation Park. There will be just 16 three-bedroom apartments.
Morris has had the site since 2006, and has cleared the old two-level, four-apartment building on the 607 sqm site.
The project has been designed by Canberra based architects Guida Moseley and Brown.
The building will also offer ground floor amenities and three levels of underground parking.
The building has been designed to complement the surrounding area’s architecture seamlessly. The site neighbour’s previous MPG projects, Qube and Synergy, and will be the group’s ninth Broadbeach project.
As the group continues to lodge plans for high rise residential developments, the proposed project will position itself in the market for buyers seeking a modern Broadbeach apartment in a low rise building.
In the pipeline for Morris Property Group is Crest Broadbeach, a 37-storey residential tower on Armrick Avenue providing 157 two and three bedroom apartments.
MPG has also consolidated a site at 1873-1875 Gold Coast Highway Burleigh Heads, with a DA expected to be lodged in the coming weeks.
 
Article Source: www.urban.com.au