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

Weekend Gold Coast Bulletin - Property - - FRONT PAGE - WORDS ALEISHA DAW­SON

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.

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