LUX­URY LEGACY UN­VEILED

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Buy­ers with an ap­petite for lux­ury high-rise liv­ing spent $100 mil­lion on apart­ments on the Gold Coast’s Millionaire’s Row in just seven days. Prop­erty gi­ant Sun­land, the de­vel­oper be­hind Palazzo Ver­sace and the land­mark Q1 tower, of­fi­cially launched its $210 mil­lion 44storey tower on Mer­maid Beach’s Hedges Ave two weeks ago, with more than 50 apart­ments hav­ing sold off-the-plan to date.

The tower, which in­cludes 96 lux­ury apart­ments priced from $1.83 mil­lion, is op­po­site beach­front Prat­ten Park and is the de­vel­oper’s first Gold Coast high-rise in more than a decade.

“(The tower at) 272 Hedges Av­enue will be our legacy,” Sun­land founder So­heil Abe­dian said. “It is the cul­mi­na­tion of decades of re­fined de­sign think­ing and crafts­man­ship and there is noth­ing like it in all of Aus­tralia.

“It is fit­ting that, as we cel­e­brate our 35year an­niver­sary and our his­tory of cre­at­ing vi­brant com­mu­ni­ties, we also cel­e­brate the un­veil­ing of the finest res­i­den­tial form we have ever con­ceived.”

There is a se­lec­tion of two-bed­room and three-bed­room apart­ments, sub-pent­houses, and pent­houses.

Fa­cil­i­ties for res­i­dents in­clude a ded­i­cated concierge ser­vice, res­i­dents’ lounge, board­room, func­tion room, pool, spa, gym, sauna and steam room, and treat­ment rooms.

Each apart­ment fea­tures bal­conies and floor-to-ceil­ing win­dows to take in the spec­tac­u­lar views, as well as traver­tine floors and be­spoke bath­room de­signs.

Sun­land Group paid $13.4 mil­lion for the 1821sq m site last year. Con­struc­tion is set to be­gin next month. Hedges Ave has recorded some of the big­gest sales on the Gold Coast, with a unit sell­ing for $5.25 mil­lion and a va­cant block of land sell­ing for $11.6 mil­lion ear­lier this year.

Sund­land Group, the de­vel­oper be­hind Palazzo Ver­sace and Q1, has launched 272 Hedges Av­enue on the Gold Coast.

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