Gold Coast Development Highlight: SPG Project

A suspended glass-bottom lap pool is set to be a focal point for a new major development on the Gold Coast. The $800 million development is planned for Surfers Paradise with plans from SPG Land and Golden Corp currently with Gold Coast City Council for approval.

The development is set for a 1.15-hectare site, bounded by Ferny Avenue, Surfers Paradise Boulevard, Pandanus Avenue and Ocean Avenue.

It has been designed by award-winning architectural firm Rothelowman and landscape firm Form, and will include three towers of 38, 40 and 42 storeys. There will be a total of 792 apartments across the three towers and each tower will have its own podium level that’s interconnected by walkways. This will give the development a “seaside village” feel.

Tower 1 has access to the main pool and a separate lounge pool, with pool bar and all-day dining facilities on offer. It will also have a VIP dining area, daycare centre, BBQ and a gym/ yoga garden for residents. It has a social theme, aimed at younger residents.

Tower 2 will be suited for families with an indoor and outdoor kids’ zone, as well as a sky lounge with sky gym, yoga and spa facilities.

Tower 3 is set for the luxury, mature buyer market and includes a café, breakfast and dining terraces, library and meeting rooms. It will also feature the city’s first suspended lap pool, a cigar lounge and a wine bar.

The apartments will be available for owner-occupier residents and as holiday accommodation. Penthouse owners will have exclusive access to their own private gardens and recreational areas.

The project will also incorporate a ground level retail and dining plaza, with 1,713m2 indoor retail space. It will have 902 underground carpark spaces and 28 spaces on ground level.

Approval is expected soon and the project should be launched in this final quarter of 2021.



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