BUILD­ING ON RIS­ING CUL­TURE

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The Gold Coast’s Chevron Is­land will soon be home to a res­i­den­tial work of art that will pay homage to the nearby Gold Coast Cul­tural Precinct.

Set to re­de­fine ver­ti­cal liv­ing, the Chevron One project will fea­ture 247 apart­ments across 40 lev­els wrapped in wave-in­spired ar­chi­tec­ture.

In a nod to the emerg­ing $365 mil­lion arts and cul­tural precinct at nearby Bun­dall, Chevron One will in­cor­po­rate two art ex­hi­bi­tion spa­ces into its recre­ational of­fer­ing.

It is the first Queens­land de­vel­op­ment for Ben­sons Prop­erty Group.

Ben­sons’ founder and chair­man Elias Jreis­sati is renowned for his sup­port of the arts com­mu­nity, and Chevron One is no ex­cep­tion.

Ben­sons’ manag­ing di­rec­tor Rick Cur­tis said Chevron One was an arts-in­spired project that would bring a qual­ity of de­vel­op­ment “never seen in the is­land en­clave”.

“Chevron One will em­brace and en­hance the Gold Coast Cul­tural Precinct through its ar­chi­tec­tural ex­cel­lence, the in­clu­sion of an art col­lec­tion cu­rated to com­ple­ment the sculp­tural form of the com­plex,” Mr Cur­tis said.

Apart­ments are priced from $428,000 for a one-bed­room apart­ment through to $2.95 mil­lion for a four-bed­room res­i­dence.

With de­vel­op­ment ap­provals in place, the

Set to re­de­fine ver­ti­cal liv­ing, the Chevron One project on Chevron Is­land will fea­ture 247 apart­ments across 40 lev­els wrapped in wavein­spired ar­chi­tec­ture.

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