Beach­side build­ing starts

Pacific Palm Beach is start­ing to take shape fol­low­ing the ap­point­ment of a builder

Weekend Gold Coast Bulletin - Property - - AUCTION - WORDS JES­SICA BROWN

CON­STRUC­TION on lux­ury beach­front apart­ment com­plex Pacific Palm Beach will start this month.

De­vel­oper Syn­ergy Prop­erty Part­ners last week ap­pointed Hutchin­son Builders to con­struct the $40 mil­lion project at 2 Twenty Third Ave.

It comes af­ter the $6.685 mil­lion sale of an ex­ist­ing four-storey apart­ment build­ing at the site was set­tled just over a month ago.

It will be de­mol­ished to make way for the new de­vel­op­ment, which will have 13 de­signer half-floor res­i­dences rang­ing in size from 230sq m to 239sq m as well as a dou­ble­storey beach house and 665sq m pent­house with ex­clu­sive rooftop ter­race.

Syn­ergy Prop­erty Part­ners res­i­den­tial de­vel­op­ment direc­tor David Calvisi said the project was in­spired by its lo­ca­tion.

“We worked closely with multi-award win­ning ar­chi­tect, Plus Ar­chi­tec­ture, to de­sign a build­ing which was tai­lored specif­i­cally for the dis­cern­ing owne­roc­cu­pier want­ing a lux­ury beach­front home in the sky,” Mr Calvisi said.

“It is grat­i­fy­ing to have hit the mark in cater­ing to this ex­clu­sive de­mo­graphic and we wel­come Hutchin­son Builders on board for this im­por­tant fi­nal stage where we see this stun­ning project come to fruition.”

Kol­losche Pres­tige Agents are sell­ing the apart­ments, which were sched­uled to be fin­ished mid-2019, with prices start­ing at $1.9 mil­lion.

Res­i­den­tial project mar­ket­ing agent Jamie-Lee Ed­wards said the de­vel­op­ment’s qual­ity fin­ishes, spa­cious de­sign, lo­ca­tion and di­rect beach­front views of Palm Beach were the big­gest sell­ing points.

One half-floor apart­ment re­mains on the mar­ket af­ter a suc­cess­ful off-the-plan sales cam­paign re­sulted in buy­ers snap­ping up 13 of the res­i­dences in six weeks.

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