Ingenuity meets natural beauty
BRISBANE developer Spyre Group has made a big Gold Coast debut with the unveiling of an exquisite boutique residential tower with a high-tech twist at Broadbeach
THE $79 million Elysian Broadbeach project will rise 21 levels and blend breathtaking architecture with high-tech design and ocean views.
With 65 residences, Elysian is aimed at owneroccupiers wanting a prestige apartment beside the beach. It will take shape on an 825sq m site at the corner of Old Burleigh Rd and Margaret St.
Spyre Group director Andrew Malouf said Elysian would redefine the standard of luxury apartment living in Broadbeach by melding stunning architecture with cutting-edge design.
“Thanks to its corner position, all Elysian apartments will boast ocean views along with spacious floorplans and interiors awash in natural light,” Mr Malouf said.
He said the inclusion of an innovative automatic parking system would benefit Elysian’s residents and the surrounding neighbourhood.
“It is the first of its kind for Queensland, allowing cars to be parked smoothly and safely, and eliminating the problem of impossibly tight parking spaces and blind spots,” he said.
“From a security perspective, this system offers the ultimate peace of mind.”
Two-bedroom apartments are priced from $645,000 and three-bedroom from $1.32 million.
Gold Coast director Nicholas Clydsdale said there was strong demand for owner-occupier product in the central precinct, particularly for properties close to the beach.