When you’re af­ter the best

Putting to­gether a de­vel­op­ment that matches this stun­ning lo­ca­tion is no easy task but Pa­cific Palm Beach man­ages to pull it off

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

A LUX­URY de­vel­op­ment of­fer­ing stun­ning ocean views has hit the mar­ket at Palm Beach.

Pa­cific Palm Beach, on Twenty-Third Ave, is the lat­est Gold Coast project by Bris­banebased de­vel­op­ers Syn­ergy Prop­erty Part­ners.

The de­vel­op­ment in­cludes 13 half-floor res­i­dences rang­ing from 230sq m to 239sq m as well as a dou­ble-storey beach house and 665sq m pent­house with its own rooftop ter­race.

Kol­losche Prestige Agents’ Jamie-Lee Ed­wards said the de­vel­op­ers had raised the bar of high-end beach­front apart­ment liv­ing while meet­ing the de­mand of owne­roc­cu­piers crav­ing a beach­front life­style in Palm Beach. “Pa­cific Palm Beach edges the sands of the Gold Coast’s most in-de­mand sub­urb and is within walk­ing dis­tance to a host of renowned eater­ies and life­style mec­cas,” she said.

“Pa­cific makes it easy for its res­i­dents to slot right into the vi­brant beach com­mu­nity at its doorsteps,” she said.

De­signed by ar­chi­tects Plus Ar­chi­tec­ture, the de­vel­op­ment of­fers high-end fin­ishes across ev­ery level.

“Ele­gance, style, prac­ti­cal­ity and com­fort are high­lighted through­out each fluid apart­ment where open-plan liv­ing blur the lines be­tween in­side and out,” Ms Ed­wards said. “There is a great sense of height and light­ness, mak­ing the most of the un­in­ter­rupted panoramic views. Pa­cific has a cool ele­gance about it.”

Syn­ergy Prop­erty Part­ners are tar­get­ing owner-oc­cu­piers want­ing pres­ti­gious liv­ing in a boutique, res­i­den­tial-only build­ing.

“We en­vi­sion strong lo­cal in­ter­est,” Ms Ed­wards said.

Palm Beach emerged as one of the Gold Coast’s new­est hot spots two years ago.

New man­sions, de­vel­op­ments, restau­rants and peo­ple are flow­ing into the sub­urb, throw­ing off its old rep­u­ta­tion to be­come a funky and edgy lo­cale.

Prop­erty prices have also surged in re­cent years.

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