LUXURY LEGACY UNVEILED
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.