WORK STARTS ON $400M LUXURY BEACHFRONT TOWER LOCATED BETWEEN SURFERS PARADISE AND BROADBEACH
Gold Coast Bulletin - 09.08.2022
Construction has started on a $400m, 38-storey luxury apartment tower between Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach.
Builders have started work on the Royale Gold Coast, situated on a 2251sq m beachfront site at the corner of Markwell Ave and Northcliffe Tce.
The luxury tower replaces the 14-level Surfers Royale. The last tenant moved out of that building in January to prepare for it to be torn down.
The building’s demolition, which attracted significant public interest due to its location, has now been complete.
The new tower will offer 104 apartments, including two, three, and four-bedrooms, as well as beach homes, sky homes and penthouses.
Some apartments in the Royale Gold Coast are still for sale, starting at $2.975m for a three-bedroom apartment.
A half-floor beach home on the lower levels comes with a $5.75m price tag, or $6.05m for a half-floor penthouse and upward of $12.6m for the full-floor penthouses.
The luxury tower is being delivered by property developer David Devine and the team at DD Living.
Hutchinson Builders is expected to have the new build finished by fourth quarter 2025.READ Original ARTICLE HERE
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