The Courier-Mail - Home - - GOLD COAST - ALEISHA DAW­SON

One of the Gold Coast’s new­est projects Cerulean is of­fer­ing buy­ers a lux­ury lifestyle by the beach.

Named af­ter the colour blue, Cerulean is be­ing de­vel­oped by Ci­tyvest, a Queens­land­based de­vel­oper whose projects in­clude New­stead’s River­stone Apart­ments and For­ti­tude Val­ley’s Atrio Apart­ments.

The de­vel­op­ment, to be built at 5 Pa­cific St, Main Beach, will in­clude 27 three and fourbed­room pres­tige apart­ments across 15 lev­els. Prices start from $1.215 million. Di­rec­tor of sales David Hig­gins said Cerulean was de­signed for owner-oc­cu­piers who “like the finer things in life”.

“Ev­ery­one who has bought here so far is an owner-oc­cu­pier and there are only two apart­ments per floor over 15 lev­els – giv­ing it a small and friendly vibe – per­fect for peo­ple new to the area,” he said.

“These lux­ury apart­ments are very af­ford­able and ac­cord­ing to the de­vel­oper are the low­est price per square me­tre of any apart­ments avail­able in Main Beach.”

The north-fac­ing bou­tique de­vel­op­ment of­fers views to the river, ocean and city sky­line.

Apart­ments fea­ture an open-plan de­sign, 2.7m ceil­ings, but­lers pantry, tim­ber floors and large bal­conies.

“An­other ben­e­fit of this de­vel­op­ment is that they are will­ing to cus­tomise floor plans – some buy­ers have al­ready con­verted the third bed­room to a mul­tipur­pose room,” Mr Hig­gins said. “One very cool fea­ture of the Cerulean de­signs is the sen­sor-ac­ti­vated kitchen bench­top light­ing – all you have to do if you get up in the night is wave your hand and the LED lights come on.”

Res­i­dent fa­cil­i­ties in­clude a pool, an out­door lounge, bar­be­cue fa­cil­i­ties and out­door gym.

Cerulean is within walk­ing dis­tance to Main Beach’s Ted­der Ave precinct with shops, cafes, restau­rants, sa­lons and doc­tors’ surg­eries.

Con­struc­tion is set to start in Au­gust, 2018. A dis­play suite is at 18 Ted­der Ave, Main Beach.

Named af­ter the colour blue, Cerulean at Main Beach has views to the river, ocean and city sky­line.

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