Slender Tower Plans Filed for Surfers Paradise

Plans have been filed for a 12-storey apartment tower and a three-level building with two villa-style residences on an unusual site fronting the Gold Coast Highway at Surfers Paradise.

The proposal comprises a total of 31 one and two-bedroom apartments.

Lodged by a Sydney-based entity linked to Lazaros Tsiaousis, it is earmarked for a 955sq m dogleg-shaped site that also has frontage to Cannes Avenue.

According to the development application, the proposed tower would feature a rooftop communal recreational space with a pool, spa, fire pit, barbecue and dining area.

Carparking for 40 vehicles would be provided across three basement levels with access to two of the levels via a car lift.

The proposed tower’s 21 one-bedroom units would range from 60sq m to 72sq m  and its eight two-bedroom apartments would span 83sq m to 103sq m.

The villa-style residences in the separate smaller building fronting Cannes Avenue would each comprise two bedrooms and span 120sq m, with access to their own private rooftop terraces.

Short-term accommodation land use is proposed to provide the future owners with the ability to lease their units on a short-term basis.

The Archidiom-designed scheme straddles a corner through the amalgamation of a 550sq m site at 2830 Gold Coast Highway and a 405sq m holding at 4 Cannes Street.

▲ A render of the proposed development fronting the Gold Coast Highway.

“The architecture comprises of a coastal vernacular where a soft colour palette complements emerging design trends producing a highly attractive building appearance,” the DA said.

“Surfers Paradise is currently transitioning from outdated and underdeveloped building forms to more intense urban development outcomes that are more reflective of the area’s envisaged developed outcome.

“The proposed development aligns with this transition.

“The high -quality design outcome and slender tower form contributes to the desired appearance of new development within Surfers Paradise, the high density residential zone and the broader city.

“The design intends to cater for its residents’ modern lifestyle requirements and encourage outdoor living and an active engagement with the beach environment.”

Article source: www.theurbandeveloper.com

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