Nine News weatherman Garry Youngberry snaps up luxury apartment

Garry Youngberry has bought an apartment in Tapestry on the Gold Coast’s Chevron Island.
Nine News weatherman Garry Youngberry is just one of the buyers who has purchased in Chevron Island’s newest residential tower, Tapestry.
And while the weather may never sleep, the veteran newsman has grand plans to enjoy the sun and surf when he eventually retires.
Tapestry Chevron Island.
Resident facilities at Tapestry Chevron Island.
“I’ve always loved Chevron’s community feel because it’s full of locals,’’ Gary, who moved to Surfers Paradise a year ago, said.
“It’s a beaut little walk across the bridge that separates it from the tourist hub of Surfers. I love that feeling of living on your own little island.”

The rooftop pool at Tapestry Chevron Island
Youngberry, who has purchased an apartment in the luxury tower, said he was currently commuting from the Coast to Brisbane, but looked forward to hardly using the car again when he does retire.
“I’m a very keen surfer and I’ll only need to walk 600m to the beach, plus HOTA and the turf club are so close,” he said.
“I liked the design of the apartment plus all the amazing rooftop facilities.”

Tapestry Chevron Island
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The $135m project is being developed by Siera Property Group, which has expanded its own in-house construction team to deliver Tapestry.
The 22-storey sculptural tower has been designed as a ‘cultural continuation’ of the neighbouring HOTA precinct.

Tapestry Chevron Island
Siera founder and managing director Brent Thompson said more than 90 per cent of Tapestry’s purchasers were owner-occupiers, making the construction commencement milestone particularly special.
“Tapestry’s design reflects and celebrates its proximity to both the cultural precinct and the Surfers Paradise beachfront, both of which have become icons of the Gold Coast,’’ Mr Thompson said.
“The building’s defining architectural features pay homage to HOTA with its curved blade walls, while the cantilevered balconies rising above the landscaped podium level will frame views to the Nerang River, Surfers Paradise skyline, Gold Coast Hinterland and the arts precinct.”

Render of a bedroom.
Local newlyweds Carla and Joel Papas-Karanges purchased an apartment at Tapestry in June last year.
“We could see how underrated Chevron Island was and we knew we had to get into Tapestry,” Carla said.
“It’s so liveable with the amount of green space nearby and we can walk anywhere with our dog.”

Render of an apartment kitchen.
Mr Thompson said the group’s decision to deliver Tapestry as a developer-builder provided certainty and progress in a volatile construction market.
Designed in collaboration with local architects BDA, Tapestry comprises 113 luxury two and three bedroom apartments and more than 700sq m of rooftop amenities including an infinity-edge pool.
The rooftop will also feature an edible rooftop garden complete with a tool shed and composting facilities.
Remaining apartments for sale at Tapestry start from $939,900.

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