Luxe life at Main Beach
Cerulean’s design captures ocean views from almost every room above level three
ALMOST half of the apartments in a luxury residential building earmarked for Main Beach have sold months before construction is due to start.
Cerulean, named after a shade of blue, has notched up $22 million in sales since it hit the market in July.
The 16-level building, which is being developed by Queensland-based Cityvest Holdings, will have 29 apartments, 13 of which have so far sold off the plan.
The apartments have been designed for owner occupiers with two three-bedroom apartments per floor and a four-bedroom full floor penthouse.
Colliers residential director David Higgins, who is marketing the apartments, said it was attracting downsizers looking to upgrade their lifestyle.
“Cerulean represents a rare opportunity to combine the convenience of apartment living with the space and comfort of a private home,” he said. “It offers a sky change with the convenience, security and low maintenance lifestyle offered in a high-rise building, without having to compromise on living space.
Apartments start at $1.275 million with construction tipped to kick off in August, 2019. A display centre is at 18 Tedder Ave, Main Beach.